Meeting Street

Meeting Street was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in a severely distressed urban neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. The organization provides educational and therapeutic services to over 5,000 children annually ranging from birth to age 21, most of whom are low-income. The QLICI will finance the new construction of a 28,000 square foot addition […]

Providence Public Library

Providence Public Library announced Sept. 13 $4.2 million in NMTC equity and $1.6 million in C-PACE financing for the $25 million renovation of the Providence Public Library, in Providence, R.I. Funding will address required life safety systems upgrades while making major infrastructure improvements to downtown buildings. The 83,000-square foot project will transform the library’s 1950s […]

Central Falls Neighborhood Health Center

A new $15-million community health center projected to more than double the number of residents served in Rhode Island’s smallest and poorest city. The Blackstone Valley Community Health Care’s planned 47,000-square-foot building on Broad Street is part of a strategy under a new Medicaid expansion initiative to attract more patients and improve health outcomes for […]

The Plant

Historic rehabilitation of a building into a mixed-use facility with live/work and retail space. The Plant project is located on Valley Street in the heart of Providence’s emerging mill district and calls for the conversion of a former mill complex into 17 residential rental units, 15 live/work artist lofts, 27,264 sq. ft. of commercial space, […]

American Locomotive

The project is an adaptive reuse of the American Locomotive Works site in Providence, RI. Located on the north shore of the Woonasquatucket River near the city’s center, the project is transforming the deteriorating industrial site into a dynamic riverfront community

Amos House

December 1, 2014Providence, RI − Amos House officially broke ground on its new four-story, 29,000-square-foot building at a ceremony on December 1st. The project will be home to a new soup kitchen with larger dining hall, classrooms, community rooms, training centers, and consolidated staff offices. Since 1976, Amos House has provided direct support for persons […]