The Providence Journal: RI Commerce Board Approves Incentives For Portsmouth ‘Innovation Center’

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation on Tuesday unanimously approved $1.5 million in state incentives for 401 Tech Bridge, a proposed advanced materials and technology center in a renovated building in Portsmouth.

The directors of the Commerce Corporation also granted authority for additional incentives for a proposed mixed-use development in Pawtucket and increased funding available to businesses for the Take-It-Outside program from $7 million to $7.3 million.

View full article in The Providence Journal.

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