A collection of six brick buildings with a complicated history, series of owners, and name
A part of the Provisions District met the wrecking ball in 2011. Owner of this and nearby buildings, The Providence Journal Company, used deferred maintenance as an excuse.
Two indistinct one-story infill buildings flanked by 100+ year old two-story mill buildings that manufactured fire safety equipment
A low slung jewelry manufacturing building on the edge of the Jewelry District is now the main Student Services Center for Johnson & Wales University
An enormous granite, brick, and steel early 19th-century military fortification guarding the entrance to Narragansett Bay
A small but mighty former firefighter training facility turned art space and music venue and most recently, a hostel concept
A modest hotel gets a facelift and an upgrade during the city’s development boom time
This three-story former lumber yard and wood working business has over a hundred years of history
A striking black and cerulean blue Art Deco first floor facade adorns this commercial building along a historically significant portion of upper Westminster Street
A much loved, family-friendly, local amusement park, active from 1920 through 1987 and home to The Comet wooden roller coaster
A once bustling retail destination and hang out. Now, a dead mall? Not quite yet…
A neglected little brick Greek-revival building vacant and boarded up since a fire in the 1990s succumbed to extensive roof damage in 2020
This fine example of roadside architecture is slowly decaying along Route 146 in North Smithfield
One of two remaining Sterling Streamliner diners manufactured in the late 1930s by the J.B. Judkins Company left in the country
A large mill complex on the West Side of Providence turns into residential lofts at the beginning of the boom
The OneTen tower would have been the tallest building in Providence, and the tallest residential tower in New England at the time.
A late-nineteeth-century warehouse building with thick walls, strong floors, and details reminiscent of an armory building
A massive private home designed by important turn-of-the-century minds had as colorful a history as it had decorative stone details.
This modestly small but ornate brick building became the home to the Providence Revolving Fund
A big hulking 5300-person capacity civic auditorium that hosted sports and entertainment for close to 50 years.
This mid-1800s structure was one the few examples of Providence’s eminent architect Thomas Tefft but burned in 2006.
4-story new construction marries a 2-story Greek Revival 150 years younger at the base of College Hill
A dense complex of 20 buildings built over the course of 50 years has ben converted from maufacturing to new-arts-industrial to residential
A mini-arcade type of commercial building in a once bustling retail district turned small business and destination retail space
A pair of residential towers built during the mid-2000s post 9-11 boom — condos selling at the time for $300k to $1m.
A WBNA project house built on the site of a former auto body business along bustling Westminster Street
An 80' high, 400' long steel bridge spanning the Providence River, preassembled and floated into place on August 27, 2006