Architect: James C. Bucklin

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1801 to 1890 — Rehoboth born, Bucklin was a very prominent designer in Providence from the 1840s to the 1870s. He designed at least half a dozen Westminster Street office buildings, as well as several more downtown. Tallman & Bucklin had charge of the city’s first major period of school-building, designing 12 buildings citywide. Wikipedia.

  • One of the first artist-led redevelopment projects post-Eagle Square, these 21 units have remained in artist’s hands, some with afforability restrictions

    #NotInRuins | Olneyville/Valley | Built: 1866 | Redeveloped: 2002-2006 | Decade: 1860-1869