St. Patrick’s Place

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Architect's rendering of proposal. Related links Adaptive Reuse Of St. Patrick Church In Cumberland Aims To Provide Affordable, Supportive Senior Housing Blue Cross & Blue Shield Of Rhode Island Awards Grants To Address Health Inequities Tied To Housing St. Patrick's Place In Predevelopment 305 Broad Street, Cumberland, RI, 02864 Highlights Preservation of the former St. Patrick Church. 42 new apartments, all of which will be available for households earning up to 60% of the area's median income, which equates to $52,900/year for a family of four. 12 of the apartments reserved for older adults, ensuring opportunities for aging in place....
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A two-part development that includes 39 new apartments at 434 Atwells Avenue and preservation and renovations of 46 apartments in the Elmwood neighborhood of Providence.

The Avenue

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ONE|NB awarded $5.1 million for affordable housing in Providence and East Providence As part of a new development standard ONE|NB will endeavor to provide free, in-home, internet access to all tenants of our rental developments. The Avenue will offer free broadband to all of its low-moderate income tenants. The Avenue In predevelopment The Avenue will be an 85-unit affordable housing development that will combine development of 39 newly constructed apartments at 434 Atwells Avenue in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Providence and the preservation and re-syndication of 46 affordable apartments, known as Elmwood Neighborhood Revitalization II (ENR II), in the Elmwood...
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Bowdoin Street Rowhouse, August 2022, Photo by Steve Ide/ONE Neighborhood Builders

Bowdoin Street Rowhouse

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The Bowdoin development was completed in August 2022. CLICK TO SEE AND READ MORE Bowdoin Street Rowhouse ONE|NB's first modular development 1 building 8 apartments: (2) 1-bedrooms and (6) 2-bedrooms. One of the 1-bedrooms is fully accessible. There is off-street parking. They are for renters 50%-80% AMI. Delaine Street Apartments / Bowdoin Street Rowhouse booklet Bowdoin Street Rowhouse is a multi-family development in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence. The redevelopment will transform Bowdoin Street, which had three properties that had been vacant for two years and had three structures that had been destroyed by fire. The redevelopment will improve Bowdoin...
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Residences at Riverside Square

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Development Team Sponsor/Developer: ONE Neighborhood Builders Property Management: Peabody Properties Inc. Legal Counsel: McGunagle Hentz, PC Architect: Union Studio Architecture & Community Design Engineer: Commonwealth Engineers & Consultants, Inc. Related Articles ONE|NB Awarded $5.1 Million For Affordable Housing In Providence And East Providence EastBayRI: ‘The Residences At Riverside Square’ Project Takes A Step Forward Residences at Riverside Square In predevelopment The Residences at Riverside Square development, known as the “old Vamco site” at 336 Bullocks Point Avenue, in East Providence, will create 16 new affordable rental apartments for extremely low- to moderate-income households, three of which will be reserved for...
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Adelaide Apartments

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Adelaide Apartments Adelaide Avenue Apartments are comprised of 36 affordable units in 10 buildings on scattered sites.  One building is new construction.The other nine are ornate Victorian homes and carriage houses. Location: Adelaide Ave., Laura St., Melrose St., Price St., & Sackett St. in Elmwood Housing Type: Affordable family rental Completed: 2003 Units: 36 apartments Contractor: Nationwide Construction Architect: Durkee, Brown, Viverios & Werenfels Financing: LIHTC, 1st Mortgage, HOME, RIH Targeted Loan, Lead funds, NOP, PRA loan Project Cost: $5,875,034
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Amherst Gardens

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Amherst Gardens Amherst Gardens is a 36-unit affordable rental development completed in October 2017 and now fully occupied. Located in the residential core of the neighborhood, focused on Amherst Street, this cluster of homes was among the most devastated by the foreclosure crisis. The project transforms 14 formerly foreclosed and blighted properties into attractive, stable and affordable rental housing for 36 families who are invested in contributing to a healthy community. Location: Scattered site throughout the Olneyville neighborhood centered on Amherst Street Housing Type: Affordable family rental Completed: 2017 Units: 36 Contractor: Pezzuco Construction Company Architect: DBVW Architects Financing: RI Housing, Citizens...
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Broad Street Revitilization

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Broad Street Revitalization Broad Street Revitalization is a  four building mixed-use project in Elmwood that runs along the neighborhood's main street, Broad Street.  It's made up of 25 affordable apartments and commerical and community space.  Tenants include The Elmwood Financial Center and ONE|NB partner, Project Weber/RENEW. Location: Broad Street, Reynolds Street, and Chester Street in Elmwood Housing Type: Affordable rentals and commercial space Completed: 2011 Units: 25 residential, 5,000 sq ft. of commercial space Contractor: Stand Corporation Architect: David Presbrey Architects Financing: LIHTC, RIH 1st Mortgage, RIH Targeted Loan, HOME, Lead funds, Neighborhood Opportunities Program, BHRI Project Cost: $7,048,765
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Elmwood Neighborhood Revitalization II

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Elmwood Neighborhood Revitalization II Elmwood Neighborhood Revitalization II was completed in 2003.  It's comprised of 46 affordable family rentals in thirteen buildings.  Twelve of the buildings are older, rehabbed homes and one is new construction.  There is also one community space at 693 Broad Street. Location: Elmwood Neighborhood  Housing Type: Rental Completed: 2004 Units: 46 affordable rentals and one community space Contractor: NationWide Construction Architect: Presbrey Architects Financing: LIHTC, Federal Historic Tax Credits, Neighborhood Opportunities Program, Lead Funds, RI Housing First Mortgage Project Cost: $8,428,529
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