Joanna Levitt

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Ellie’s Bakery Relocates to the Alice Building

It is with great excitement that our team is announcing the relocation of the much loved Ellie’s bakery to the Alice Building at 250 Westminster Street. Ellie’s has long been a staple in the downtown Providence community, first opening as Cornish’s inaugural retail tenant in the then newly renovated Biltmore Garage on Washington Street in …

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Repost from the Providence Journal, submitted by Cliff Wood, Executive Director of the Providence Foundation.

Coming together and understanding the way developments are achieved is important for the addition of housing during this great time where units are greatly needed. Originally published by the Providence Journal on February 11, 2024 at 6:15 a.m. Read the original here and repost below: Apartment construction booming across US. Why not RI? | Opinion …

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Cielito Mexican Kitchen to Open in the Alice Building

Cielito Mexican Kitchen is opening on the ground floor of the Alice Building this spring. Cielito will open at 186 Union Street–most recently home to beloved Oberlin. The restaurant will be the second project from chef and owner Diego Alcantar who is also the owner and chef behind Central Fall’s James Beard Foundation nominated Tuxpan Taqueria.  The new restaurant will be open for …

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Announcing New Improvements to Grant’s Block for Spring

We’re thrilled to share with you our new plans for Grant’s Block. If you’ve passed by recently, you’re aware that the construction is well underway. The park space at the corner of Union and Westminster streets is being updated to include new perimeter seating surrounding the existing park area, improved lighting throughout the park and …

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