Rhode Island

Residential Properties Ltd.’s Schiffman sells 133 Hartshorn Rd. for $1.35m

Providence, RI Residential Properties Ltd. negotiated the sale of 133 Hartshorn Rd. for $1.35 million. The listing agent for this property was sales associate Gerri Schiffman,

Port of Davisville prepares for offshore wind industry - by Steven King

In her State of the State address, governor Gina Raimondo cited Quonset’s proven track record of success, “We’ve added thousands of jobs at the Quonset Business Park,” Raimondo said.

Mott & Chace Sotheby's sells 450 Poppasquash Rd. for $1.862m

Bristol, RI Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty sold 450 Poppasquash Rd. for $1,862,500. The home, located on over three acres on Poppasquash Point, features views of the Narragansett

Viveiros, Chauvin and Champignie of NSG Life Safety earn NICET certification

East Providence, RI NSG Life Safety recognized the achievement of NICET (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies) certification for three employees.

All about Pawtucket’s new $47 million transit hub - by Donald Grebien

In two years, Pawtucket’s state-of-the-art multi-modal commuter rail and RIPTA transit hub will become operational. This significant public transportation project, in addition to surrounding complementary

Greene | Sweeney Team completes record sale at Waterplace

Providence, RI Residential Properties Ltd sold Unit 1514 at 200 Exchange St. for $1.2 million. Sales associates Kira Greene and Michael Sweeney of the Greene | Sweeney Team represented

Brazeau to head Hayes & Sherry Real Estate’s multifamily division

Providence, RI Hayes & Sherry Real Estate Services has hired Derek Brazeau. He will be responsible for leading the multifamily investment sales division, focusing on buildings

Parks and Recreation are important to our community - by Joseph Solomon

In addition to providing our children with a quality education and offering a variety of exceptional municipal services to our residents, it’s important to ensure that we’re giving those who live

Response Technologies, RESH and smartShift Technologies relocate to R.I.

Providence, RI In the first Rhode Island Commerce board meeting of 2020, governor Gina Raimondo and the Commerce board of directors announced that three new companies will re-locate or expand in

East Providence has skilled labor and suitable land for manufacturing companies - by William Fazioli

East Providence is in a solid position to offer several important advantages to existing and prospective manufacturing companies.  Although taxes and incentives can be important considerations in locating a business,