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Beyond the Curb is back in Newport on Oct. 1 with an exclusive showcase of urban living – and with variety

Architecture and urban living enthusiasts mark your calendars- the sixth installment of Beyond the Curb Urban Living Tour returns to Newport on Sunday, October 1. The one-day only, self-guided tour features a mix of completed and in-progress historic homes, luxury condos, and modern apartments to give attendees a taste of urban living in the welcoming community of Newport.

“This is not a typical home tour,” said Jill Morenz of The Catalytic Fund.

“In addition to beautifully finished homes, we include projects that are in progress to encourage visitors to imagine the possibilities in the gorgeous old buildings of Newport. We’re also highlighting the amenities that Newport has to offer, including iconic landmarks, exciting entertainment, quirky shops, restaurants, and charming gardens and trails.”

On tour day, attendees are encouraged to take their time exploring the homes and amenities in Newport’s urban core by walking, biking, or using another means of transportation.

Early bird tickets are $15 and are available online at www.BeyondTheCurb.org through Saturday, September 30.

From the sidewalk . . .

Tickets will also be available for purchase at Wooden Cask Brewing Company the day of the event for $20.

Tickets include admission to exclusive behind-the-scenes tours of 15 high-profile Newport properties, entry to win an All Things Newport Raffle Basket, and free parking at nearby locations.

All ticket holders must register at Wooden Cask Brewing Company (629 York St.) the day of the event to receive their official ticket and map of the route.

For more information on the event and the featured properties, please visit www.BeyondTheCurb.org.

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822 Park Street

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