Planning Director Bill Fazioli Sees East Providence as an Opportunity Bargain

With a new year upon us the city of East Providence is resolute to continue a patch of sustained economic growth. Already, 2020 promises to be a very busy year for residential development in East Providence as several key projects are set to move forward. Construction of new townhomes and apartment units at Kettle Point will result in a grand total of 290 residential units being added to the city’s housing inventory. Additionally, in November 2019 the East Providence Planning Board granted final approval to the Hundred Acre Cove development, which will feature 21 new single-family homes located off Wampanoag Trail in Riverside.

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