A simple art-deco-inspired mid-century storefront in Federal Hill demolished for the promise of a new hotel.
A former clothing store built off the north side of Sears that stayed empty for years and years before being razed in 2009.
Brilliant — park on top, bowl below. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t hip enough to survive waning interest before bowling made a resurgence.
A mid-century industrial facility designed by famous architects for a little company that went national. Sadly, closed in 1998 and razed in 2020.
A mid-century housing complex that survived the blast intended to take it down.
An unassuming rehabilitation of a simple mid-century industrial space into a modern office
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.
Lucky for all of us, the Rustic has so far outlasted 13 other drive-ins that operated in Rhode Island since the 1960s