West Warwick, RI
Jim Conway of Conway Commercial Group has brokered two sales totaling $920,000. Conway sold a 6,850 s/f multi-purpose industrial building at 153 James P. Murphy Hwy. to Hill and Harbour, LLC for $590,000.Warwick, RI
Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal has sold 30 Jefferson Blvd. for $600,000. The 7,623 s/f retail building is the former Doherty’s Ale House/ Bugaboo Creek, off of I-95.Warwick, RI
– The New England Real Estate Journal
(NEREJ), will host the Rhode Island State of the Market Summit
on November 13th
at the Crowne Plaza Warwick Hotel at 801 Greenwich Ave.Pawtucket, RI
LLB Architects has been awarded three 2019 Rhode Island Monthly
Design Awards. The Children’s Library at the Cranston Public Library’s Central Branch won silver in the commercial interior design category.
Last month’s article stressed the importance of vibrant downtown districts and their contribution to the economic fabric of any community. Recently obtained grant funds to physically improve Riverside Sq. and Watchemoket Sq. play an important part in making our downtowns more visually appealing, easier to navigate for visitors and more apt to promote entrepreneurial investment based on the downtown area’s visual desirability.
Providence, RI Peter M. Scotti & Associates has completed the sale of 192 Pine St. The property is operated as a commercial parking lot in a Downtown D zone and is located between Pine and Friendship Sts.
In 1792, with the success of Slater Mill using river power to weave textiles, the City of Pawtucket became home to hundreds of mills manufacturing lace, non-woven and elastic woven materials, jewelry, silverware, metals and textiles.
During my tenure as mayor, my administration has worked to strengthen what was already a great working relationship with the Rhode Island Sports Commission and the Providence Warwick Convention and Visitors Bureau. With these partnerships, together with our efforts to improve
Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (the Infrastructure Bank) has closed a $254,000 loan for Harbor Animal Hospital. Through the bank’s Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program
The diversity of our companies is one reason why Quonset Business Park has become a Rhode Island economic success story, hosting over 200 companies and nearly 12,000 jobs.