February 22nd, 2016

Residential Properties Ltd. is proud to announce the sale of 103-111 Bellevue Avenue and Prospect Hill Street Parking Lot in Newport for $2.905 million. Sally Lapides, President & CEO of Residential Properties Ltd, alongside Peter M. Scotti represented the seller, while Cathy Singer of RPL’s Providence office represented the buyer.

Built circa 1900, the property is located on Bellevue Avenue – a historic street comprised of two-and-a-half miles of beautiful shops, restaurants, and mansions. The building itself is a three story wood frame structure with 12 residential units and four commercial units–including two restaurants and a pair of shops.

Cathy Singer

Cathy Singer

Sally Lapides

Sally Lapides

The well-maintained 4,300 square foot parking lot on Prospect Hill Street was also included in the transaction.

Singer is a multi-million dollar producer affiliated with the Providence office for over 20 years, while Lapides is the President, CEO, and Founder of Residential Properties Ltd, which is celebrating its 35th year in business this November.

For more information on Sally Lapides, Cathy Singer, and any of our current listings, please visit ResidentialProperties.com.

December 22nd, 2015


It’s the season of giving and Residential Properties Ltd. is doing its part to give back to Rhode Island communities in need. Each year, throughout our five offices statewide, we participate in various charities to help fellow Rhode Islanders prepare for the holidays.

Our Cumberland office, led by Manager Holly Applegate, recently visited the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland and Lincoln to assist with their current renovations by painting the Teen Room. They also collected food, clothing, and toys for Cumberland’s Happy Basket Program – designed to aide those in need throughout Cumberland in time for the holidays.

In addition, the office is donating most of their desks, chairs, and dividers to the Boys and Girls Club in order to provide them with quality workstations and furniture for their newly renovated rooms.

Every year, the Providence office participates in the Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-IMG_4209Family program. 2015 was a big year for the Providence team, as they were able to provide all the gifts on each wish list, while also giving each family a $200 gift card for additional shopping. All together, they raised $1,300 – a new record for the office.

Our East Greenwich office members did their part by contributing to Operation Holiday Cheer, where they donated items to the East Greenwich Chamber for the RI troops serving our country. Donations were also made to the Amos House in Providence, an organization that “provides hospitality and direct services to the homeless and poor of Rhode Island.” They also collaborate with other agencies to address issues like hunger, homelessness, and poverty.

IMG_1306This year, the Narragansett office made a monetary donation to the Johnny Cake Center, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families by assisting with food, clothing, and household items. Their goal is to eliminate hunger in Rhode Island.

In Barrington, they adopted three families from the East Bay Women’s Resource Center – an agency dedicated to domestic violence prevention–with a total of nine children. For the entire month of December, the office also had two food donation bins: one to benefit the RI Community Food Bank and the other for TAP-IN (Touch A Person In Need) that aids families in the East Bay with food, household items, clothing, and more.

Learn more about giving back to our community this holiday season (and any time of year really!) by visiting ServeRhodeIsland.org.

October 7th, 2015

Pumpkins, ghouls, and candy – oh my! This year, there’s tons to do for all ages in our state and in nearby Southeastern Massachusetts. Regardless of your age or fear tolerance, there’s something for everyone! Like a good scare? Head to one of the many haunted attractions that are sure to give you chills. Into something more for the kids or faint of heart? We have plenty of family friendly suggestions like overnights at the zoo or costume parades. Check out our full list, and happy haunting!

October 2 – October 30 (Weekends): Highland Farm, South Kingstown

 Each year during the Halloween season, Highland Farm in South Kingstown transforms its 30-acres of land into the Trails to Terror. In its 19th year, this event has two attractions: Delamorte’s Haunted Hayride and a walkthrough Forest of Fear. Tickets start at $13. The event is for all ages, but may be too scary for some children…and adults.
4235 Tower Hill Road, Wakefield, South Kingstown, RI

Bill Gallery for the Roger Williams Park Zoo

Bill Gallery for the Roger Williams Park Zoo

October 2 – October 30 (Fridays & Saturdays, 6:30PM-9PM): Slater Memorial Park, Pawtucket

The Slater Park Haunted Tunnel benefits the farm animals at the Park’s Dagget Farm each year. The 200ft concrete tunnel features nine rooms individually themed around various fears. The farm also has an industrial corn maze, a pumpkin patch and a spooky cemetery. Tickets are $8 each and the Tunnel is recommended for people over 10 years of age.
RR 1A, Pawtucket, RI

October 2 – October 21 (Fridays & Saturdays, 7PM-10PM): Seekonk Speedway, Seekonk, MA

Each year in the woods at Seekonk Speedway, guests go through the run-down buildings of Fear Town. Run through the trails as monsters come at you and try to make you a permanent resident of their woods! Tickets start at $12 and although there are no age restrictions, guests under the age of 12 are not recommended.
1710 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk, MA

October 17 – October 31: Historic Wickford Village, North Kingstown 

Wickford Village will host a week and a half of Halloween-themed free family friendly events including music, pumpkin decorating, a costume parade, scarecrows, haunted Wickford walking tour, trick or treating and more!
Brown Street/ Main and W. Main Wickford Village, North Kingstown, RI

October 24 (5-9pm): The Steel Yard, Providence

The 10th Annual Halloween Iron Pour attracts over 1,000 people each year including artists, fabricators, family and friends with their sparky performance of pouring over 2,500 of molten iron with a tilt furnace.  Also at the event is local music and food. $10; children under 5 are free
27 Sims Ave, Providence, RI

October 24 & October 31 (6PM-10AM): Roger Williams Park Zoo, Providence

Spend a spooky, family-friendly night at the zoo full of jack-o-lanterns and creepy crawly creatures! At Boo at the Zoo Family Overnights, staff will bust myths about misunderstood creepy crawlers and you’ll get free admission to the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular.
1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI


October 24 & 25: Roger Williams Park Zoo, Providence

Throughout the month of October, visitors can visit the Spooky Zoo during the day and take part in fun Fall activities like trick-or-treating, feeding pumpkin treats to the animals, pumpkin carving demonstrations, games, music, creepy crawly creature encounters, costumed characters, and more.
1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI

October 30 (7:30PM-12AM): Providence Public Library, Providence

Come solve the Mystery of the Eternal Masquerade at the library! The 2nd annual Mysterium event is a one-of-a-kind Halloween odyssey with captivating performances, delicious food and drink, and plenty of wonder. The event is presented by TEN31 Productions and is sure to engross you into the story! Purchase tickets starting at $100 on the event website.
225 Washington Street, Providence, RI

October 30 (8PM-11PM): The Dancing Feeling, Warwick

 Get your Halloween groove on at the Halloween Ballroom Dance. Wear your costumes and if you’re the best one you’ll get a prize! General admission tickets are $12–studio members pay $10 and college students with an ID pay $7.
2429 Post Road, Warwick, RI

October 30 (6PM): Frosty Drew Observatory, Charlestown

Join the Frosty Drew Astronomers for a night of spooky viewing to celebrate astronomy and Halloween. The original Orson Wells radio broadcast of “The War of The Worlds” will play and there will be plenty of candy. So put on a costume and explore the woodlands of Ninigret Park!
61 Park Lane, Charlestown, RI

Boo Bash / providenceri.com

Boo Bash / providenceri.com

October 31 (11AM-2PM): Providence Children’s Museum, Providence

Come down to the Providence Children’s Museum on Halloween for their annual Boo Bash! The event features fun arts and crafts, games, mad scientists, and more!
100 South Street, Providence, RI 

October 31 (11AM-5PM): Roger Williams Park Carousel Village, Providence

Head to the Roger Williams Park Zoo’s Carousel Village UnBOOlievable Festival to celebrate its first ever party in the park! Come in costume and visit a variety of vendors including crafters, artists, farmers, musicians, and more. Food trucks and beer gardens will be there as well. Admission to the event is free, but you have to pay to ride the carousel.
1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 

October 31 (10AM-1PM): The Temple to Music at Roger Williams Park, Providence

Start your Halloween off walking for a cause at the 2015 Big Halloween Hike to Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State. Participants will hike 3.1 miles through Roger Williams Park and have free family activities. Friendly pets are welcome!
1000 Elmwood Ave, Providence, RI 

October 31 (8PM): Grand Rose Ballroom, Seekonk, MA

Wear your best costume and enjoy some live music by What Matters and passed hors d’oeuvers at the Haunted Ballroom! Tickets are $25.
940 Fall River Ave, Seekonk, MA