An iconic department store visible from interstate 95 in Pawtucket with an uncertain future
A local-chain tire and automotive parts outlet with four car-wide drive-through bays on a local retail corridor.
An opportunity for mid-century modern along a stretch of land opened up by razing older properties during the construction of I-95
A wonderful meeting of Brutalist and roadside architecture in a striking circular floor plan that fit the location at the apex of Broadway and Atwells Avenue quite well.
A non-descript industrial steel-frame building is coverted to medical laboratory space
A low-slung, semi-circular mid-century modern transportation hub in downtown Providence.
Likely a former Phillips 66 Gas Station, this building went from tire shop to restaurant to convenience store
A pair of auto-centric businesses constructed as the “new” highway was carved through Providence in the 50s/60s.
The roadway system of on and off ramps when I-195 cut through the Jewelry District and over the Providence River
The roadway system of on and off ramps and causeway over Wickenden Street and the murals that adorned it
A love it or hate it concrete structure in the Brutalist style — its knobby elbows sticking out as decoration
A former mall gets eaten slowly by big-box retail and finally succumbs to the changing times