Gilbane Development Company created a new student housing complex by razing nine historic homes
A low-rise, 5-story apartment building on the waterfront with a strange design adds livable space but no character to the waterfront
A brand new 6 and 5 story boutique-brand hotel on the edge of the Jewelry District with views of the riverfront
A new 3-story building for offices, meeting rooms, and flexible classrooms clad in untreated steel sits in the corner of what once was a parking lot
A narrow, modern duplex building on a narrow, hard to build lot introduces hard angles to a residential neighborhood
A new 13-story office tower headquarters for BCBS Rhode Island built in 2008
The first building in Rhode Island made from recycled shipping containers is available for lease as office space
A new set of residence halls to rise five stories along Brook Street, creating a pocket of dense stident housing
The existing BioMed center bounded by Brown, Meeting, Thayer, and Olive Streets got a $95m addition for a new Biomedical Research center
A modern, glassy set of student buildings on once taxable-land near the bustling Thayer Street commercial corridor
A hub of student and museum activity for RISD named after the late Happy Chase, an ardent preservationist of properties along Benefit Street
A proposed 12-story modular building comprised of individual apartments pre-built and stacked in place was designed but never built
21st-century modernist construction for micro-loft student housing at the base of College Hill
A new, dense, trapezoidal residential building with ground-floor retail on the edge of the Jewelry District
A contemporary, boxy building for student housing which contributes to the erosion of what was once an intact historic district
An unconventional home (for Providence) in a conventioanl working class neighborhood
A modern, 13-story glass box reflecting the mall, the Westin, Union Station, and Waterplace park.
One of a few new hotels built in the late 2010s with barely an effort made to be more than a bland off-the-highway-style, could-be-anywhere hotel.
An 80' high, 400' long steel bridge spanning the Providence River, preassembled and floated into place on August 27, 2006
A brand-new Johnson & Wales facility and the first project to break ground where I-195 used to be
A new 6-story apartment in downtown with 143 studio, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments was developed by Cornish Associates and opened in 2020
Before it was demolished and rebuilt, the Ocean House was one of the few surviving 1800s seaside resort hotels in RI
A seven story low rise condominium complex along the Blackstone River with 255 units — the first phase of a larger residential center
The OneTen tower would have been the tallest building in Providence, and the tallest residential tower in New England at the time.
A mixed-use commercial and residential development on land vacated by the relocation of interstate 195
About 50 apartments and seven stories was considered for Pike Street with an unusual screen wall featuring a LED lighting display
The first LEED-certified college residence hall in the state, part of the Rhode Island College campus
A hub of scientific and academic innovation and one of the first projects to break ground in the newly available I-195 District
A new bank construction done in a classical form on Smith Hill steps away from the State House.
An early entry into the luxury apartment market built in 2003. By 2005 it was purchased and redeveloped as 330 condominiums.
A three-quarters of a billion dollar investment in Downtown Providence, 2005, that was too good to be true
4-story new construction marries a 2-story Greek Revival 150 years younger at the base of College Hill
A new addition to a old home (and the demolition of another) on historic Angell St. brings new character and more space to those that want to find their zen
An older building made way for a new patient care and operating room facility in the middle of a dense residental neighborhood
A pair of residential towers built during the mid-2000s post 9-11 boom — condos selling at the time for $300k to $1m.
A 56,000 square foot center for Brown University’s international studies students
A mix of retail, parking, hotel rooms, and upscale condominiums. At 31 stories and 358 feet tall, it is currently the 3rd tallest structure in Rhode Island.
Four residential units plus retail in a industrial chic box added density to the West Side in 2007.
A contemporary 3-story in-fill home designed to be the first energy passive multi-family dwelling in Providence
A WBNA project house built on the site of a former auto body business along bustling Westminster Street