Residential Properties Ltd. has sold 288 Blackstone Blvd., a historic property known as the Nicholson House, which was previously set for demolition, but is now being sold to Melanie and Peter Eleftherio.Cranston, RI
Albert Scaralia of Albert Realtors commercial division listed and sold a 92,000 s/f parcel located at Berry St. and Burton St. for an undisclosed price. The buyer, Urban Building Co., LLC, will be using the land for a 14-unit condominium building.Providence, RI
Shawmut Design and Construction celebrated the opening of Rhode Island School of Design’s (RISD) North Hall, the college’s first newly constructed residential facility to open in 34 years.Cranston, RI
Jim Conway of Conway Commercial Group has sold a 6,570 s/f, two-story masonry office building at 78 Kenwood St. for $622,000 to LSGJ Realty, LLC. The seller, Harrington Holdings, LLC is leasing back 1,500 s/f within the
Quonset Business Park has established itself as the leading engine of economic development and job creation in Rhode Island, hosting nearly 12,000 jobs and over 200 companies. Electric Boat, a producer of nuclear submarines for the United States Navy, is the business park’s largest company, employing thousands at their Quonset facility.West Warwick, RI
Arpin Group has promoted Slawomir Mitak from senior software developer/engineer to director of software development. In his new role, Mitak will beEast Providence, RI
Chris Greenman and Neil Amper, SIOR of Capstone Properties sold a 28,520 s/f industrial building located at 101 Dexter Rd. The property was sold to Central Paper of Pawtucket. It represents an
Vibrant downtown districts are vital to the economic fabric of any community. Like many places, East Providence’s downtown areas have experienced dramatic changes in recent decades as a result of shifts in the buying habits of Americans and other competitive factors that have led to the decline of traditional, local businesses that serve the community.
Hasbro Children’s Hospital and The Izzy Foundation unveiled a new 950 s/f pediatric surgical family waiting room on the hospital’s second floor. The space offers families of children undergoing surgery at Hasbro Children’s a modern waiting room to spend their time during a loved one’s procedure.
The economic development engine is churning in Pawtucket. The Providence-based Rhode Island Monthly
, an acclaimed glossy monthly magazine about life in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts, will shortly relocate to the city, joining Pawtucket-based Providence Media, the publishers of