Welcome to Warwick, Rhode Island

With well over 80,000 residents, Warwick is the second-largest city in Rhode Island and trails only the state’s capital, Providence. The city has all the makings of a metropolitan area – a lively city center, a mall, a host of different villages, public transportation, and more shops than you could count!

Warwick, Rhode Island Rocky Point Park

Warwick, Rhode Island Rocky Point Park

Warwick offers the ideal blend of urban and suburban environments, giving all types of residents plenty of reasons to call it home.

Crime rates in Warwick are low, particularly when compared to other cities. Warwick is a city where you can feel comfortable raising a family. And when it comes time to retire, you’ll join thousands of retirees who regard the city among the “best places to retire” in Rhode Island.

Founded in 1642, Warwick’s rich history has been memorialized with a number of impressive sites. Look no further than the iconic six-story clock tower of City Hall, or the unmistakable Conimicut Lighthouse.

T.F. Green Airport, another longstanding site here in Warwick, is Rhode Island’s largest airport. If you fly often, whether for business or for leisure, you’ll love the convenience of booking your international and domestic flights here. No more two-hour drives to catch your flight!

If you love the beach, you’re going to love Warwick. Almost the entire eastern border of the city is on the water, totaling in 39 miles of beautiful coastline. This stretch offers three saltwater beaches and five freshwater beaches for you and your family to explore.

Boating and tanning aren’t the only perks that come with the city’s close proximity to the water, however. Warwick has some of the best seafood in not only Rhode Island, but in all of New England. Crow’s Nest, Tommy’s Clam Shack, and Iggy’s Doughboy & Chowder House are just a few of the many homegrown establishments that locals flock to year-round.

And that’s just the seafood! In Warwick, you’ll find that there’s fine dining on every street corner. Whether it’s Sophia’s Tuscan Grille’s country-style Italian dishes or The Remington House’s rustic charm, Warwick always delivers with delicious food and a great atmosphere.

On Warwick’s event calendar, there’s almost always an event scheduled downtown. Whether it’s Food Truck Night, a concert on Oakland Beach, a comedy show, or a movie in Rocky Point Park, there is seemingly no end to the number of activities and events that are hosted for Warwick families to enjoy.

For more information regarding buying or selling in North Kingstown, contact me at 401-871-9315 or via email at johnsantos@kw.com