RIHEBC Awards $92,000 Capital Grant to Lucy’s Hearth for Shelter HVAC Repairs

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – On December 12th, the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation (RIHEBC) presented a ceremonial $92,647 Capital Grant Program check to Middletown’s Lucy’s Hearth to cover the cost of replacing HVAC units and related equipment providing heat and air conditioning for the shelter’s 15 family apartments, web server room, and staff rooms.…

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RIHEBC Closes On $3.1 Million Bond Issue To Finance Upgrades and Improvements to Upper School and Lower School Buildings For the Paul Cuffee School

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – On November 15th, the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation (RIHEBC) closed on a $3.1 million bond issue for the Paul Cuffee School, a Providence-based public charter school. Proceeds will be used for improvements to both the Upper School and Lower School for, among other projects, roof, mechanical systems, and cooling…

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An $85 million deal boosts schools in a Rhode Island town

By  Thomas Nocera October 05, 2022, 4:06 p.m. EDT   The recently closed $85 million of special obligation bonds the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation sold for the town of Johnston is the latest state-backed deal targeting the mounting infrastructure needs of the state’s public education system. The Series 2022 F bonds are rated…

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RIHEBC Closes On $87.2 Million Bond Issue To Finance Brown University Construction & Renovation Projects

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – On July 27th, the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation (RIHEBC) closed on a $87.2 million bond issue for Brown University. Proceeds will be used by Brown for: ·        Construction of Brown’s new Brook Street Residence Hall, a 125,000 square foot facility located at 250 and 259 Brook Street, which ‎is…

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Rhode Trip Stop #3 – Pawtucket Elementary Schools

As part of our “Rhode Trip” to visit projects across Rhode Island that have benefitted from RIHEBC bond financing, today we toured Potter-Burns & Nathaniel Greene elementary schools in Pawtucket – two beautifully renovated school buildings, financed via RIHEBC bonds.

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