Rhode Island

Sweeney and Schultheis of Sweeney Real Estate handle multiple deals

Pawtucket, RI Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal has completed multiple deals in the state. Eric Schultheis of Sweeney Real Estate represented the sellers of 1 Main St. The property was sold to AA Prime Properties LLC for $280,000. The buyers were represented by Lavonne Lopes of Keller Williams Realty.

Lucivero and Flachbart of Hayes & Sherry facilitate $8.8 million sale - purchased by Providence Community Health Centers

Warwick, RI The 47,000 s/f, three-story office building located at 1 Coastway Blvd. was sold for $8.8 million. The Providence Community Health Centers purchased the building to become its new long-term headquarters from HaborOne Bank.

Enright joins RPL and the Kirk | Schryver team

Barrington, RI Residential Properties Ltd (RPL) has hired sales associate Hadley Enright to its local office as the newest member of the Kirk | Schryver team. Enright lives in Bristol with her husband. Originally from Ventura, California, Enright spent her summers in Quonnie, R.I., and has deep family roots in the area

Giuttari of MG Commercial sells $5.4 million 54,000 s/f mixed-use portfolio in Lincoln, RI

Lincoln, RI Mike Giuttari, SIOR, president of MG Commercial, has sold a 54,000 s/f, mixed-use portfolio of sales service and office space at 40-44 Albion Rd. for Blue Street Capital to an investment group from N.Y., Great Global Holdings III, for $5.4 million. The purchaser was looking to diversify their holdings from mostly retail around the country. They had recently purchased another retail center in Mass. when Albion Rd

Millennial friendly projects gain approval - by Roberto DaSilva

Despite an economic slowdown major development projects continue to make progress in our city. Within the past few months two notable projects received master plan approval by the city’s planning board. These developments will add to the city’s growing tax base while also providing meaningful employment and housing opportunities for our residents

Progress continues to be made on Tidewater Landing development - by Mayor Donald Grebien

The city of Pawtucket, developer Fortuitous Partners, and CommerceRI continue to move forward on Tidewater Landing. The largest economic development project in the city’s history has reached major milestones in the last month, despite obstacles from the COVID-19 pandemic. Tidewater Landing will bring catalytic change to Pawtucket

Phase III of the state’s reopening continues - by Mayor Joseph Solomon

As Phase III of the state’s reopening continues and colder weather approaches, we’ve been working to ensure that our businesses can remain open and continue to recover financially in the months ahead

United for Infrastructure. United in supporting economy - by Jeffrey Diehl

Since the start of the pandemic, Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (RIIB) has moved quickly to help infuse over $108 million into the Rhode Island economy. We continue to prioritize new investment that drives workforce development and this year have contributed to projects that support 3,000 local jobs. This September, RIIB participated in “United for Infrastructure” week. This series of events encourages us all to remember the fundamental importance

Pereira named president of the Greater Providence Board of Realtors

Providence, RI Mike Pereira, of HomeSmart Professionals in Warwick, was installed as the 114th president of the Greater Providence Board of Realtors on September 16, at the Squantum Association in Riverside. He previously served as the board’s president-elect, treasurer and corporate secretary. He is a member of its executive, finance and nominating committees. Pereira is also a director of the Rhode Island

Manufacturing week highlights success of Quonset Business Park - by Steven King

With over 12,000 jobs at more than 200 companies, Quonset Business Park is the leading engine of economic development and job creation in Rhode Island. Despite the economic uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the strength of Quonset’s manufacturing sector has ensured stable jobs for thousands of Rhode Islanders, and the sector