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Mass. firm eyes $39M from RI for Superman Building

May 1, 2013

PROVIDENCE, R.I. ? The Massachusetts-based owner of Rhode Island's tallest building wants $39 million in state support to turn it into apartments.

Newton, Mass.-based High Rock Development released an economic impact study Tuesday for its proposed redevelopment of the Superman Building.

The 26-story downtown Providence building recently became vacant when Bank of America moved out. The plan calls for 278 rental apartments and 33,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and offices on the lower floors.

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