Jewelry District

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Riverwalk & Wickenden Street Crossing | Jewelry District | Friendship-Clifford Street Bridge | Trinity Square & Grace Cemetery | Knight Memorial Library | Columbus Square | Connections to Roger Williams Park

Jewelry District

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CityWalk can take advantage of open space defined in the Developer’s Toolkit through Parcels 22 and 25 to make as direct and continuous route as possible between the West Side Park and the significant corner at Clifford and Richmond Streets. This route for City Walk through Parcels 22 and 25 can take many forms as long as it is open to the public: courtyards, plazas, lobbies, winter gardens, arcades, pedestrian alleys, and other typologies.

Building massing provides ground-floor public use and greater than 300,000 sf of research laboratory.

Green Infrastructure

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The Providence River and Narragansett Bay are less than a quarter mile east of Parcels 28 & 35. These parcels are ideal locations for implementing green infrastructure concepts and best practices in urban development. Wide sidewalks are planted pedestrian parkways designed with underground systems to hold water on site reducing nonpoint source pollution in the Bay.

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