Rhode Island

Churchill and Banks teams up with ZDS Architecture, DiPrete Engineering, and The Torrey Company

Providence, RI Churchill and Banks teamed up with ZDS Architecture, DiPrete Engineering, and The Torrey Company to design and build a 60,000 s/f, five-story multifamily building at 580 South Water St. The building will include 69 residential units, 69 parking spaces, and luxury living conditions.

Schultheis, Sweeney and Casey of Sweeney Real Estate brokers four sales totaling $3.02 million

Cranston RI Eric Schultheis of Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal was involved in three transactions that totaled $1.37 million. Schultheis represented the property at 757 Park Ave. for receiver James Atchison of Darrow Everett LLP. The property was purchased by Marie Properties LLC who was represented by Michael Saccoccio of Coldwell Banker Commercial, for $205,000.

Shawmut Design and Construction named fastest growing company in Rhode Island

Providence, RI Shawmut Design and Construction has been named among Providence Business News’ list of Fastest Growing Private Companies –ranking first in the $75 million and above revenue category while also being recognized as the most innovative–during the 2020 Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies awards program.

Integra Realty Resources hires Tripodi as associate director in Providence

Providence, RI Integra Realty Resources (IRR) has hired Robert Tripodi as associate director in the firm’s local office. Tripodi brings more than 20 years of industry experience in real estate valuation, finance and asset management to his new role, having held executive positions with prestigious publicly traded, Boston-based companies including Prologis and State Street.

Greenman of Capstone Properties handles 4,880 s/f lease to ANLI Academy in East Providence

East Providence, RI Chris Greenman of Capstone Properties has leased 4,880 s/f to ANLI Academy at Hemmingway Dr. ANLI is a beautician school that has experienced significant growth teaching cutting edge nail technology and eye lash extensions to individuals looking to get into the beautician field.

Conway Commercial Group brokers $310,000 sale

Providence, RI Jim Conway of Conway Commercial Group represented the seller, Richard Petronio, in the sale of 305 Pocasset Ave.  The buyer was Manuel Duran.  The building consists of 6,207 s/f. Consisting of one first floor retail space and two residential apartments.

Time outdoors helps you cope with COVID-19-related stress - by Roberto DaSilva

As our nation continues to encounter the many challenges presented by COVID-19 there is still positive news to report. A growing body of research indicates that spending time outdoors can help many of us to cope with COVID-19-related stress. In the era of quarantines and social distancing many people have turned to nature to help their mental and physical wellbeing.

Dacon Corp. completes new expansion for Ortho Rhode Island

Warwick, RI Dacon Corp. has completed an expansion for Ortho Rhode Island, a leading private provider of musculoskeletal care. With 11 offices and 40 providers across the state, Ortho RI embraces a holistic vision of healing as an active journey between physician and patient. Located within The Crossings – a dual facility office complex created by the Carpionato Group – this renovation is due to patient demand and practice growth.

Outdoor seating and dining supports Pawtucket businesses - by Donald Grebien

The city of Pawtucket recognizes the critical role that food and beverage establishments play in the vitality of our community, and we also recognize the harsh impact of COVID-19 upon these small businesses. At the outset of the pandemic, the city moved swiftly to assist small businesses, particularly in the food and beverage industry, with the creation of an emergency loan program through the Pawtucket Business Development Corp. (PBDC) which received an overwhelming response.

The pandemic has been a difficult time for businesses - by Joseph Solomon

The pandemic has been an extraordinarily difficult time for most businesses. Just as all of us have had to find new ways of doing things in our everyday lives, companies have had to completely transform their day-to-day operations, from shipping delays due to supply chain disruptions to new safety measures.