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    With prime access to regional and national transportation and exceptional coastal amenities, City Centre Warwick offers a development opportunity that you won't find anywhere else. The site embraces 95 acres built in and around Green Airport, Warwick Rail Station, InterLink and Interstate Routes 95 and 295. Embedded within a sustainable walking community will be a dense, mix-use of commercial, office, hospitality and residential space. Offering something for everyone, City Centre Warwick creates an urban experience that is active, affordable and attractive to business development, employers and residents alike.




    With a cohesive identity on a local, regional and national level, City Centre Warwick and Rhode Island will attract complementary public and private investment, increasing consumer usage of transit amenities, while making the state more economically competitive in a compact Northeast market. The ultimate goal is to create a diverse, pedestrian-friendly, sustainable, mixed use community, that offers quality jobs and sustainable business growth opportunities for all Rhode Islanders.


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    The vision and goal of City Centre Warwick is to revitalize and redefine the approximately 95 acres of land which comprises the district. We strive to create an attractive neighborhood center with vibrant public spaces that will serve as an engine of economic growth and vitality in the region.



Oct 09, 2015 | Warwick Beacon
Friday and Saturday nights in August were not the days to be looking to stay in one of the city’s 16 hotels. You would have been lucky to find a room. That was the good news Mayor Scott Avedisian shared Tuesday afternoon with a group of marketing directors and staff from the Crowne Plaza and the Holiday Inn Express, two Warwick hotels owned by developer Alfred Carpionato. Occasionally when the city’s overall hotel occupancy rates are up, the mayor will trumpet the fact in a press release. But this time, with an overall occupancy rate of 86 percent from June to August and 96 percent for Friday and Saturday nights in August, Avedisian looked for more of a show.
Sep 09, 2015 | Providence Journal/Paul Edward Parker
WARWICK, R.I. — A series of projects at T.F. Green Airport that will culminate at the end of 2017 with a longer main runway have reached the halfway point, with several of them recently completed or nearly done. And work on extending the main runway to the southeast is slated to begin in the spring. Adding about 1,500 feet to the main runway, bringing it to about 8,700 feet, will allow longer nonstop flights from Rhode Island's main airport as well as give greater reliability on shorter flights, where weather conditions sometimes force airlines to reduce the number of passengers on a flight. The new runway, which will cost $87 million, is scheduled to open Dec. 7, 2017. Recently completed work includes the moving of Winslow Park, a complex of youth sports fields that was near where the end of the extended runway will be. The new Winslow Park is now east of the main runway. Four full-sized softball fields and two smaller fields sit on 26 acres. The new $7.5-million park was leased to the City of Warwick and is ready to host games; however, a few "punchlist items" remain to be completed, according to Peter A. Frazier, the vice president who handles planning and related issues for the Rhode Island Airport Corporation, the state agency that runs Green and five smaller state-owned airports.
Sep 09, 2015 | WPRI
WARWICK, R.I. (AP) — The Warwick mayor is pitching his city as an option for the Pawtucket Red Sox if the team’s bid for a stadium in Providence falls through. Scott Avedisian said Tuesday there are three suitable locations within walking distance of T.F. Green Airport where the PawSox could build a ballpark.
Sep 02, 2015 | Boston Globe
T. F. Green Airport is jockeying to make Rhode Island a bigger destination. By Paul E. Kandarian Globe correspondent August 22, 2015
Aug 13, 2015 | CommerceRI
A strong signal of the state’s commitment to economic growth, Rhode Island’s legislature passed, nearly unanimously and in record time, a powerful suite of new programs aimed at growing businesses and creating jobs. These incentives, benefitting businesses of every size, are some of the most significant and comprehensive in the Northeast, if not the nation.
Jul 30, 2015 | RI Realtors
Warwick, RI, July 29, 2015... The Rhode Island Association of Realtors released sales statistics today from State-Wide Multiple Listing Service, an association subsidiary which tracks all Realtor-assisted sales. The data relayed a Rhode Island housing market that continues to gain momentum. Home sales activity and median sales prices rose in the second quarter from the previous year. The number of existing single family home sales rose eight percent from April through June from the same time period in 2014, while the median price increased nearly three percent to $225,000. The number of Rhode Island foreclosure and short sales fell by 16 percent from the prior year.
Jul 29, 2015 | DOR
THE STATE Department of Revenue said local 1 percent hotel tax collections rose 11.7 percent year over year in May, and local 1 percent meal and beverage tax collections rose 10.7 percent year over year in May. Five percent hotel tax collections increased 11.7 percent year over year in May. COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Jul 29, 2015 | PBN
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island ranked 13th among the 50 states for its 1.5 percent year-over-year export growth for the first five months of the year, according to Counting January through May shipments, the Ocean State has exported $919.8 million.
Jul 27, 2015 | RI Realtors
Warwick, RI, July 27, 2015... According to the Rhode Island Association of Realtors, last month was the most active month in Rhode Island single family home sales in sixteen years, surpassing even the busiest month during the pre-recession housing boom. In June, 1094 existing single family home sales took place, a comparable number to the 1099 sales transacted in June of 1999. Last month’s single family home sales eclipsed the 1066 sales which took place in June, 2004, the most active period of the housing upsurge. The robust market shows no sign of slowing down. Sales under contract but not yet closed also rose by ten percent, an indication of a strong single family home market in the months to come. Rhode Island also saw a three percent increase in the median sales price of single family homes sold in June, increasing to $236,500 from $230,000 in June of 2014.
Jun 04, 2015 | Warwick Beacon/RIAC
Rhode Island is the new International Gateway to Cabo Verde Islands. When Arik De, chief operating officer for Cape Verde Airlines (TACV), bragged at a reception Tuesday at Green Airport that in the last month 87 percent of airline’s flights were on time, there was a round of applause. The airline’s inaugural scheduled flight to Green – the airport’s first scheduled overseas international flight – was not one of them. That’s because the flight arrived nearly an hour early. That didn’t stop the Rhode Island Airport Corporation from giving the 757 and its 177 occupants a watery reception. As the plane taxied to the terminal, fire trucks on either side sprayed skyward to form a welcoming arch. Then the pilot and co-pilot opened their windows and held out American and Cape Verdean flags as they approached the gate.