An amazingly dense complex of mill structures dating from the mid-1800s and in use for over 100 years before succumbing to two large fires in the midst of plans to redevelop
An aging complex of four buildings, three more than 150 years old, that once housed the largest stove manufacturer in New England
This four hundred foot long mill had a big part to play in the industrial revolution as home to the inventor James Brown
This gothic revival wood frame house has been languishing since the 1990s as developers have come and gone
A stone mill formerly used as a machine parts manufacturer and now commercial office space
Demolished as part of the relocation of I-195 in the early 2000s, this large mill complex was home 45 small businesses, art studios, and a bar.
A 1980s conversion from industrial to residential condominiums by the same developer of the Davol Rubber Company
- Demolition Alert
Added a snippet of a news story about the owner’s planning to move forward with demolition
A much loved Rhode Island summer destination and chowder and clamcakes tradition. First amusement installed in 1850 and operational for about 140 years.
This mid-1800s structure was one the few examples of Providence’s eminent architect Thomas Tefft but burned in 2006.
A masterpiece of the Italian Romanesque style designed by a young newcomer who would later become an architecture star in his relatively short life