(6.10) The Providence Foundation and Providence Downtown Improvement District (DID) will host a Downtown Providence Living Tour to give the public an insider’s perspective on residential rental options in the neighborhood. This year’s tour includes living spaces in 11 downtown apartment buildings: 95 Lofts, 225 Weybosset, Arcade Providence (seen here), Avalon at Center Place, G […]
(10.17) Ever thought of living downtown? Many of Providence’s swellest old buildings have been converted to residential use. Check 11 different options this Saturday at the Downtown Providence Living Tour. (Seen here are the micro-lofts at Arcade Providence.) This year, the tour will feature The 903, Arcade Providence, Avalon at Center Place, Conrad building, George C.
Developers take note: If you want 100% occupancy, try moderately priced loft spaces instead of those overpriced “luxury” towers. The ProJo’s Bill Van Siclen takes a look inside the life of one Arcade resident and the set-up looks pretty sweet. The Arcade director discusses why the micro lofts made sense. “Because of the way it
Trying to be optimistic about the whole Arcade renovation and as you drive down Weybosset Street it is clear that things are happening. According to this morning’s ProJo, Arcade owner Evan Granoff is working first to get businesses into the first floor. But it’s the residential portion of the program that intrigues. He now says