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The Waterfront Commission has been charged with facilitating the transformation of the East Providence waterfront into a model of urban revitalization.  Its work will help shape the East Providence waterfront for the next one hundred years.

Over the past ten years, we have helped bring five hundred jobs into the Waterfront District and the City.  Here's why businesses should relocate or expand in East Providence!

EP Waterfront article in the New York Times     
The East Providence Waterfront District was featured in the New York Times on July 8, 2014, "East Providence works to develop its waterfront."  The article highlights the $53-million Tockwotton Home, the $280 million Village on the Waterfront development, and the $87 million Kettle Point development project.
Some Facts about the EP Waterfront District   

Since 2003, the Waterfront District has added 690 jobs to the City and over $100 million in new investment, including: Eaton Aerospace- $13 million; Tockwotton on the Waterfront- $53 million; Aspen Aerogels- over $30 million; Ross Commons residential development- $6 million; and another $280 million in projects approved but not yet constructed.  The Waterfront District  also has over $9 million in public infrastructure improvements including Waterfront Drive, a new road; and stormwater and other improvements to Squantum Woods park.   


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