A pair of auto-centric businesses constructed as the “new” highway was carved through Providence in the 50s/60s.
This cinder block building with a residential looking store facade slapped on it stood vacant for many years before demolition. Part of the way commercial retail comes and goes.
The earliest steel-framed buildings in the city, constructed by the Berlin Iron Bridge Company of Connecticut
A long fight over the demolition of a former neighborhood school — and a contributing structure to the Broadway-Armory Historic District.
A much loved, family-friendly, local amusement park, active from 1920 through 1987 and home to The Comet wooden roller coaster
A small commercial building surrounded by parking lots razed for an 800 car parking garage for Johnson & Wales University