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South Street Landing Redevelopment



  • Client: Rhode Island Division of Purchases, Project Developer Commonwealth Ventures LLC and Brown University
  • Service: Project & Program Management
  • Location: Providence, RI
  • Project Scale: $200 Million, 275,000 gsf


Colliers Project Leaders provided project management services for the $200 Million South Street Landing Redevelopment in downtown Providence. The project was a public/private partnership between the Rhode Island Division of Purchases, Project Developer Commonwealth Ventures LLC, and Brown University that transformed an approximately 275,000 gsf former electric power station into a new Nursing Education Center (NEC) with University of Rhode Island (URI) and Rhode Island College (RIC) occupying approximately half of the completed facility and Brown University the other half.

The new NEC included the build out and renovation of 132,449 gsf of space for an advanced nursing education center for use by URI and RIC.

The Brown University tenant fit out of the South Street Landing included the fit out of levels 3-6 and approximately 136,000 gsf that is home to 13 administrative units.