Two massive five-story, brick, pier-and-spandrel warehouses along the waterfront once used for storing cargo. Vacant for 15+ years before demolition from 2013-2015.
A handsome single story early 20th-century storefront tastfully converted to a local bakery and coffee shop
A simple building located next to the former Sportsman’s Inn (now the Dean Hotel) that was razed for a never-built hotel.
This 3-story flatiron 1920s commercial building was vacant for more than 20 years
A mid-sized 4-story mill of red brick and stucco in the middle of a residential neighborhood became apartments in 2009
A former high-art-style consumer banking lobby and offices becomes a 56,000 sf art library and housing for 500 students
A forgotten building on the industrial edge of the north side may be getting a new life
A cute, manageable, three-story mill building on the outskirts of Smith Hill surrounded by car yards
A campus of eight builidngs constructed over the course of 80 years and encompassing styles from Romanesque to Spanish Colonial to Brutalism
A handsome yellow brick, seven story building with ornate white brickwork designs has become a dozen luxury residences with ground-floor retail
A beaux-arts beauty of a train station decays twenty-one feet over the tracks on the city line between Pawtucket and Central Falls
A huge, castle-looking 400 foot long stone rubble mill with two impressive towers joined to a more modern red brick mill on either side of a historically hard-working river
A massive 58,000 sf former electricity generating station went through three different redevelopment projects over 20 years before finally being completed
This reinforced concrete frame building was the first modern-style, large windowed design in the City
A relatively low-slung and simple early 20th century former car repair garage in a residential portion off Broadway