East Providence, RI
Thomas Sweeney, SIOR of Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal brokered the sale of 65 Valley St. and 71-79 Valley St.Pawtucket, RI
Derek Brazeau and the Hayes & Sherry multifamily team recently completed the sale of a 22-unit multifamily property located at 189-210 Dartmouth St. for $3.09 million. Brazeau represented theExeter, RI
Tilted Barn Brewery, a farm brewery located at One Hemsley Pl., and owned and operated by Matt and Kara Richardson, recently expanded with the addition of a second barn. The Richardson’s, who founded Ocean State Hops – Rhode IslandWarwick, RI
Thomas Sweeney, SIOR of Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal represented the landlords in the lease of 47,890 s/f of industrial space at 55 Colorado Ave. The space was leased to Woods Pro, Inc. who was represented by Thomas Barry of CBRE.
The East Providence Waterfront Commission approved an ambitious development plan that will reclaim a brownfield, provide new housing including much needed affordable units as well as vital public access to the Seekonk River.
Construction has kicked off for the final phase of the Narragansett Bay Commission’s (NBC) Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Program, which is expected to reduce overflow volumes by 98% and treat stormwater before it flows into the Narragansett BayPawtucket, RI
Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap, negotiated the sale of Cottage Plaza, a 84,455 s/f Stop & Shop-anchored shopping center. The center sold for $21.65 millionWest Warwick, RI
The Arpin Charitable Fund’s first Arpin Strong 5K walk & run, held virtually due to the COVID pandemic, has raised $5,089 for charity. The Arpin Charitable Fund, also known as Arpin Strong, was formed to help those in need during natural disasters
If the past year has taught us anything in business, it’s the importance of remaining flexible. Companies have adapted to remote work instead of face-to-face interaction, adopted new protocols and work styles to keep their employees safe. As the Rhode Island economy
Many people associate the summer months with a slower pace, as vacations are planned and folks take time off to enjoy the beautiful seasonal weather. That’s not the case here in Warwick, however; the city is bustling with a number of projects