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Still In Use (41 entries)

301 Friendship Street
301 Friendship Street
Built 1853 for the Sylvester R. Jackson soap and candle manufacturing firm. Photos starting in 1984.
32 Branch Avenue
32 Branch Avenue
Built 1930s?, photos starting April 2004.
372 West Fountain Street
372 West Fountain Street
Built 1925, photos starting July 2006.
891 North Main Street
891 North Main Street
Built circa 1925, photos March starting 2005.
Allen Printworks
Allen Printworks
Built 1870s, photos starting November 2005.
American Textile Mill
American Textile Mill
Built circa 1899, photos starting May 2003. Architectural firm Howe, Prout & Ekman.
Apex Department Store
Apex Department Store
Built circa 1976, photos starting Dec 2003.
Atlantic Mills
Atlantic Mills
Built 1863-1899, photos starting August 2003. Designed by Clifton Hall. Proposed for the National Register.
Chestnuts/Johnson Hall
Chestnuts/Johnson Hall
Built ??, photos starting August 2004. A former Swedish Workingmen’s club.
Collette Travel & Blackstone Landing
Collette Travel & Blackstone Landing
Built 1860-66, photos starting May 2009. Redeveloped during the early eighties – one of the first mill conversions in Pawtucket.
Coro Building
Coro Building
Built 1929, photos starting July 2004. Frank S. Perry, architect.
Davol Square
Davol Square
Built 1880-84, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Converted to commercial condominiums in the early 80s (using Tax Reform Act of 1976 incentives for historic reuse).
Dyerville Mill
Dyerville Mill
Built 1835, photos starting February 2003. National Register Historic status 1979.
East Avenue Auto
East Avenue Auto
Built circa 1955, photos starting 2001. Now home to Jac’s Wraps.
Eddy Estate Carraige House
Eddy Estate Carraige House
Built 1875, photos starting April 2007. Stone, Carpenter and Wilson, architects.
George C. Arnold bldg
George C. Arnold bldg
Built 1923, photos starting Oct 2004. The most shallow building in Providence – only 12 1/2 feet deep.
Grants Mill
Grants Mill
Built 1923, photos starting March 2003. This shallow building is three stories but only 12 and a half feet deep.
Greenville Fin & Co.
Greenville Fin & Co.
Built ??, photos starting April 2004.
Hilton / former Holiday Inn
Hilton / former Holiday Inn
Built circa 1970, photos starting 2006. Allen O’Hara architects. 13 stories, 275 rooms.
Imperial Place
Imperial Place
Built 1893, 1903. Photos starting Mar 2006. National Register Status.
Jones Warehouse
Jones Warehouse
Built 1895-96, photos starting April 2006. Architect: Gould, Angell & Swift. National Register listed in 1980.
Lincoln Mall
Lincoln Mall
Built 1970s, photos starting December 2005.
Littlest Bldg in Providence
Littlest Bldg in Providence
Built ??, photos starting April 2004.
Louis Fink
Louis Fink
Built 1908-1918, photographs starting October 2003.
Machine Shop, Phenix Iron Foundry
Machine Shop, Phenix Iron Foundry
Built 1848, photos starting July 2004.
Market House
Market House
Built 1773-1774. Photos from HABS/HAER collection.
Narragansett Race Track
Narragansett Race Track
Racetrack, clubhouse, stables, and grandstands built 1934 and closed 1978. Photos starting March 2009. Grandstands are still open as a Building 19 discount store. Most of the other structures were lost to fires.
One Charles Street
One Charles Street
Built 1871, photos starting August 2005.
Quay Building, Dyer Street
Quay Building, Dyer Street
Built early 1800, photographs starting July 2003.
Regal Plating
Regal Plating
Built 1940?, photos starting June 2006.
Rhode Island Tool
Rhode Island Tool
Built 1861, photos starting April 2003. Changed ownership in March 2003, and redeveloped into medical office space.
Shepard Fairey attacks Providence
Shepard Fairey attacks Providence
Built 1848, photos starting July 2004.
Smith Webbing Company
Smith Webbing Company
Built circa 1900, photos starting February 2004.
Steeple Street
Steeple Street
Built c1793-1847, photos starting from July 2005. HABS/HAER photo from 1958. Currently one of the oldest standing buildings in Providence.
Teste Block
Teste Block
Built 1860, photos starting October 2004. PPS 10 Most Endangered List 2007.
To Kalon Club
To Kalon Club
Built 1867, photos starting March 2010. Private club that is up for sale.
Union Station
Union Station
Built 1896-98, photos starting October 2005. HABS/HAER photos by Edmund Barrett, 1982-83. Architects Stone, Carpenter, & Willson.
Wanskuck Hall
Wanskuck Hall
Built 1881-1882, photos starting Feb 2004. Part of the Wanskuck Mill village, originally built for the workers. Part of the Wanskuck Mill Village National Register District.
Wanskuck Mills
Wanskuck Mills
Built 1864, photos starting Feb 2004. Part of the Wanskuck Mill villiage, now used for small businesses. Related to the Hall across the street and several company-built row houses along Branch Avenue nearby. Part of the Wanskuck Mill Villiage National Register District. 711, 715, 745, & 765 Branch Avenue, Providence.
the Modern Diner
the Modern Diner
Circa 1940’s Sterling Streamliner. Still in use today as a great diner and a great example of a factory-made dining car. Formerly located at 13 Dexter Street, Pawtucket. National Register status, 1977.
the Rustic Drive-In
the Rustic Drive-In
Built 1951, upgraded to three screens in 1988. 550 car capacity and the only open Drive-In Theatre left in RI.