East Providence Reclaims Its Waterfront

'On 27 acres along the Seekonk River, blighted industrial buildings are to be replaced by homes, shops and restaurants in a $200-million transformation.'
December 25, 2003, 11am PST | Connie Chung
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In East Providence, RI "...a bevy of state and local leaders came to the edge of the Seekonk River yesterday to bid adieu to some of the symbols of a tarnished waterfront and say hello to a promising new day. If all goes as planners hope, the 27-acre property that once was also home to Washburn Wire will become a place with shops, restaurants, offices and condominiums."

Thanks to John Flaherty

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Published on Saturday, December 20, 2003 in The Providence Journal
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