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Greater Providence Board of Realtors cuts the ribbon on its new headquarters: NEREJ

Cranston, RI The larger Providence Board of Realtors? (GPBOR) celebrated the opening of their new headquarters at 1169 Park Ave. A ribbon cutting ceremony took place with members and special guests including Steve Medeiros, Region 1 vice president of the National Association of Realtors? and Mayor Kenneth Hopkins who spoke at the event. After the ribbon cutting, guests enjoyed drinks and tours of the building.

1169 Park Ave. was purchased by GPBOR in 2022 after an extensive three-year search by the GPBOR Building Task Force and board leaders. Located off Rtes. 10 and I-95, the building has been renovated and now offers professional development spaces and improved accessibility.

The GPBOR Building Task Force, composed of past presidents of GPBOR, includes Sally Hersey, Chair, Agueda Del Borgo, Bruce Lane, Leanne D’Ettore and Brenda Marchwicki.?

“The Greater Providence Board of Realtors is deeply committed to developing real estate professionals who not only excel in their field, but also embody the highest standards of ethics and leadership,” said Kevin Shepherd, GPBOR President 2024. “Our brokers are committed to enriching the local community through various philanthropic activities and volunteer work. By investing in Cranston, we are creating partnerships that improve the overall economic and social well-being of the area. This move underscores our commitment to building a thriving, supportive and ethical real estate community in Greater Providence.”

The Greater Providence Board of Realtors is a charter member of the National Association of Realtors. Founded in 1907, it serves more than 2,100 real estate agents, appraisers and affiliates throughout Greater Providence.

Its mission is to cultivate professionalism in our real estate companies and communities through collaboration, resources and advocacy. For more information about GPBOR, visit www.gpbor.realtor?.

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