First Hartford Realty

The Company, principally through its wholly owned subsidiary, First Hartford Realty Corporation is engaged in the acquisition, development, and management of land and properties.

  • Built and owns the Cranston Parkade
  • Built and owns the Katherine Gibbs Building
  • Built and owns the Cranston Police Station
  • Owns 7 acres on Route 10 on Cranston Street; This will be marketed for development

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Peter de Savary

Peter de Savary has spent the last 35 years developing what he calls “unique pieces of real estate in a special way.” From Skibo Castle in Scotland to The Abaco Club in the Bahamas, de Savary has always created exciting new destinations. Now he sets his sights on Newport’s famed harbor.

The 16 extraordinary harbor-front homes – which have all been sold – that make up this exclusive condo complex, create an entirely new standard for waterfront real estate in Rhode Island. Each luxurious residence offers classic New England Architecture with awe inspiring views of Newport Harbor and priortiy dockage at Brown and Howard Marina.

  • Partners in the Vanderbilt Residences
  • 16 condos
  • Built, Developed and Sold

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The Wellington Timeshare Complex

Wellington Resort—Newport, RI, welcomes you to seven acres of waterfront elegance in the heart of downtown Newport. Wellington Resort—Newport, RI offers luxurious accommodations and amenities that are as uncompromising as its panoramic views of Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay. Only a moments walk from great restaurants, fine shopping and tourist attractions; Wellington offers residents and guests the best that New England has to offer.

  • Paolino Properties currently manages the Wellington

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Johnny Rockets

Johnny Rockets is an American restaurant franchise founded and owned by Lloyd Sugarman whose themed décor is based upon 1950s diner style restaurants. Paolino Properties is fortunate to partner with Mr. Sugarman on 4 Johnny Rocket locations.

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