Arnold Chace

  • Developers Weigh Options for “Superman Building” Makeover

    High Rock Westminster LLC, the owner of the 26-story Industrial Trust Tower in downtown Providence, has hired Cornish Associates to study conversion options and redevelop the property. The Providence Business News reports that Cornish has recently commissioned a feasibility study to determine whether a residential reuse of the city’s tallest building is physically and economically viable. David Sweetser, founder of High Rock Development LLC, told the newspaper that he is also considering the possibility of creating a mix of uses for the tower. The redevelopment project could also address the city’s strong demand for student housing.

    Northeast 10 February 2013 19:44

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