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A new view on public space

A new view on public space

When most people think about the subject of “public space” they will often immediately think of leafy parks and large city squares. But what about the streets and sidewalks? The streetscape that lies between private parcels of land probably represents more than 95% of all the publicly-owned space in a typical town or city, far

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Next year, watch the parade from home

This one bedroom, one and a half-bath condominium is located in Codman Place, an 1870 Victorian designed by noted Newport architect George Champlin Mason for the wealthy Codman sisters, originally of Boston. The home, at 42 High Street in Bristol, is an excellent example of Mason’s preferred Mansard roof design style, and retains many original

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A dock on the Kickemuit

If you like to be on the water, this four-bedroom (two of which are full master suites), two and a half-bathroom home at 35 Lincoln Avenue in Warren is a dream come true. At over 2300 square feet on a half-acre plus yard with direct Kickemuit river access and a dock, this is a special

Unique summer rentals, close to home

Mae West once said, “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” As a luxury waterfront rental specialist, helping folks “do it right” is my profession. Lucky me—especially at this time of year when Rhode Island summer rental activity heats up. If you’re looking for a cool place to spend

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Ian Barnacle: hiker, preservationist, 2013 “30 under 30″ honoree

Ian Barnacle, Broker-Manager of Barrington’s Residential Properties office, is clearly doing what he loves. He may have been born into the industry (his mother, father, and grandmother have all been in real estate at one time or another) but his personal interests in architecture, historic preservation, land use and urban planning dovetail so nicely with

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