Nonprofit is functioning to discover new property for Providence’s 9/11 Wall of Hope

PROVIDENCE — A freshly formed nonprofit team is close to getting a new house downtown

PROVIDENCE — A freshly formed nonprofit team is close to getting a new house downtown for the Wall of Hope art project, a selection of countless numbers of hand-painted tiles put in on panels to commemorate the 9/11 terrorist assaults.

The organization, Rhode Island 9-11 Wall of Hope Monument, is doing work to restore the steel-framed panels and has focused Sept. 11 of upcoming year — the 20th anniversary of the 2001 assaults — to unveil the public art installation at its new site.

Jennifer Robinson, the group’s govt director, reported she was hoping to have a web site tied up by now, but the coronavirus pandemic delayed get the job done on the restoration job. Nevertheless, she’s self-confident that an agreement will be in put shortly.

“We’re performing on a spot that will be long lasting, obtainable to all the community and geographically effortless,” said Robinson, the originator of the job practically two a long time ago. “We’re closing in.”