Tocci Building Companies Breaks Ground on $36 Million Capital Cove Development in Providence, RI

The Commons at Providence Station will feature 169 residential units, views of Capital Building

Woburn, MA (December 8, 2016)Tocci Building Companies (Tocci), a Boston-area construction management company and recognized leader in advanced construction processes, announced today that construction has begun on The Commons at Providence Station, a 255,553 square-foot multifamily residential development located in downtown…

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My Time At ICSC

I’m on the train coming back from the ICSC (International Conference of Shopping Centers) Deal-Making Conference in New York City. I’m writing this down because I’m trying to figure out what just happened. If you’ve never been to a deal-making conference, you’re like most people, and I’ll tell you what it’s like.

You walk into the Javits Center in New York — it’s a massive convention center — the structure is completely enveloped in glass….

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Get a look inside Tocci’s recently completed project, Parc Westborough. The development includes 4 residential buildings with 249 units total and a clubhouse with a saltwater pool and fitness center. For a look back at the progress of Parc Westborough, check out some of our previous blogs. Scroll down to see the finished project!

Where Are We Now?
The Scoop: Projects Taking Shape
The Scoop:…

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We’re on a panel.

I’m a co-chair for ULI’s All Member Meeting presented by the YLG’s titled: “Building at the Intersection of Innovation, Technology, and Efficiency.” It’s happening on the 15th of December, at 6PM. Hope to see you there.

There’s a lot of words and acronyms there, so I’ll define them below:

I’m: me. Bart Tocci.

The Co-Chair: It’s like a chair, but half of one. I’m one leg of the chair. Alexandra Phillips from Stantec…

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Last Tuesday, I was able to attend the annual Architecture Boston Expo, or ABX. While there, I was fortunate enough to sit in on VJ Tocci’s presentation on “Redeveloping a Historic Building”. The presentation was geared towards educating real estate professionals on how to successfully complete a historic preservation project. The panel of speakers included a representative from a design firm, a construction company, and a tax credit consulting firm:

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