Mayor Jorge Elorza said a series of resources to help local businesses navigate the economic impacts of COVID-19. The announcement included temporary modifications to the Providence BusinessEast Providence, RI
The city has rolled out new emergency loan fund programs for small businesses. In response to the impact on small businesses, mayor DaSilva, together with Planning & Economic Development director William Fazioli, chief planner Jim Moran and Community Development director Dave Bachrach, designed two loan programs.Johnston, RI
BankNewport has opened its newest location at 1423 Hartford Ave. The bank teamed up with Paramount Partners, DiPrete Engineering, Brown Lindquist Fenuccio Raber Architects, and Cape Architects to convert a formerly vacant site into its new 1,100 s/f bank.West Warwick, RI
Foncellino Team of Coldwell Banker Commercial sold two multi family buildings of 3,000 s/f each, with three units per building on a 25,000 s/f lot at 1 Ferreira Court for $450,000. The seller was 1 Ferreira Court LLC and the buyer was Steve Lawton
Albert Scaralia of Albert Realtors commercial division sold a 13,472 s/f vacant land site at 175 Atwood Ave. for $523,000 on behalf of Mario Coletta Irrevocable Trust.East Greenwich, RI
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (BHHS) Commonwealth Real Estate appointed Courtney Morrison to the position of sales associate.
Data show that nearly 80% of health outcomes are determined by factors outside of medical settings, meaning access to fresh food, quality education, stable employment, housing
Quonset Business Park has been a hub of innovation since the 1940’s, when the Davisville Naval Base housed the Naval Construction Battalion. The “Seabees” as they are
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CBRE sold 201 Narragansett Park Dr. for $1.925 million to ZOLL Medical Corp. CBRE’s Tom Barry representeProvidence, RI
Rhode Island Commerce secretary Stefan Pryor named the first round of awards from the Raimondo Administration’s Site Readiness Program.