A visually-arresting former carriage house and stable behind one of Broadway’s most ornate mansions
Worcester Lunch Car #806 has had a long life and many names but continues to attract new entrepreneurs who want to make a go of the restaurant business
The story of two central fire stations located on the perimeter of Exchange Place, now Kennedy Plaza.
A comfortable old man bar for young people during the early 2000s
A handsome single story early 20th-century storefront tastfully converted to a local bakery and coffee shop
An unconventional home (for Providence) in a conventioanl working class neighborhood
A former mall gets eaten slowly by big-box retail and finally succumbs to the changing times
A fire-damaged former church used for many years as a furniture storage facility recently turned into 15 residential units
This property is actually a tale of three things — competitive cycling, a football stadium, and the Providence Steamroller
Two simple, turn-of-the- and mid-century industrial buildings used for jewelry industry purposes over the past 50 years razed in 2011 for speculative purposes.
A sliver of an 1829 structure survives under this turn-of-the-20th-century vaudeville theatre turned movie house turned commercial storefronts
A 400,000+ sq. ft. series of mill buildings dating from 1870 and converted to residential units after suffering a devastating fire that leveled half the complex
A collection of handsome late-19th- and early-20th-century buildings that served as headquarters for a knitted good company as well as rental space for jewelry businesses
An older building made way for a new patient care and operating room facility in the middle of a dense residental neighborhood
A relatively low-slung and simple early 20th century former car repair garage in a residential portion off Broadway
Four residential units plus retail in a industrial chic box added density to the West Side in 2007.