East Providence Waterfront Commission appoints new Executive Director

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI – The East Providence Waterfront Commission, charged with facilitating the transformation of the waterfront into a model of urban revitalization, has appointed Raymond Lavey as its new executive director. “East Providence’s waterfront has a...

East Providence welcomes Fulcrum Speedworks to the Waterfront District

Fulcrum Speedworks LLC, an innovative manufacturer of hydrofoil boats, has successfully completed its relocation to Phillipsdale Landing.  The company’s new manufacturing facility located on the banks of the Seekonk River in Rumford provides an ideal setting...

April 21st Meeting will be Rescheduled

The April Waterfont District Commission will be rescheduled. Meetings for the Waterfront District Commission are generally held on the third Thursday of the month, however, the April meeting will be held at a later date to be announced.

City Council Approves TIF to Support Redevelopment of Brownfield

The City Council approved a TIF supporting the $100MM redevelopment of a long vacant brownfield and former industrial site into a new residential development that includes market rate and affordable housing units.  The new development will also include public access...
April 21st Meeting will be Rescheduled

April 21st Meeting will be Rescheduled

The April Waterfont District Commission will be rescheduled. Meetings for the Waterfront District Commission are generally held on the third Thursday of the month, however, the April meeting will be held at a later date to be announced.

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The East Providence Waterfront Commission is now hiring: Job Posting - Executive Director The 300-acre East Providence Waterfront Special Development District is charged with redevelopment of underutilized waterfront property along the Providence and Seekonk Rivers in...

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