As the leading engine of economic development and job creation in Rhode Island, Quonset Business Park is always ready to welcome the next company to join the more than 200 businesses and 12,200 employees who already call Quonset home. To spread the word
While the past year has been an extremely difficult one for our hotels and the hospitality industry as a whole, we are seeing slow, but promising, signs of recovery with increased hotel bookings and the continued reopening of our state. Another positive signPortsmouth, RI
Hogan Associates has sold 1194 Anthony Rd., a custom waterfront home. The property sold for $1.65 million. Tammy Bass of Hogan Associates represented the buyers, and Debra Torres of Keller Williams
For several years, the 15,000 s/f, former Ocean State Job Lot (OSJL)building on Pawtucket Ave. stood vacant. The Department of Planning had identified that location as a perfect site for a supermarket to serve Pawtucket’s growing ethnicallyNewport, RI
Lila Delman Compass sold 357 Gibbs Ave. for $2.5 million. Alex Thursby, Lila Delman Compass sales associate, represented the buyer. This transaction marks one of Newport’s top ten sales
The city of Pawtucket welcomed general treasurer Seth Magaziner, speaker of the Rhode Island House of representatives Joseph Shekarchi, council president David Moran and members of the city council,Providence, RI
ZDS Architecture & Interior Design has bolstered its team, adding Monika Zuluaga as business development director. Zuluaga, who has deep experience in the field of hospitality and tourism, will lead the firm’s growthNarragansett, RI
Lila Delman Real Estate sold 1-23 Pier Marketplace for $1.8 million. Gregory Arakelian, Lila Delman’s commercial director and residential sales associate, represented the seller GP Pier Retail LLC.
He who hesitates loses. Prior to COVID-19 certain social trends were already impacting economic development decisions. Post COVID-19 these patterns have accelerated and continue to become even more amplified. Now more than ever communities must act toBRISTOL, RI
With the goal of expanding and diversifying the talent pipeline within the construction and engineering industries, Roger Williams University and Shawmut Design and Construction are launching a much-needed partnership to develop talented underrepresented students majoring in engineering and construction management.