A former department store turned rock club venue turned loft apartments whose conversion contributed to making Downtown Providence bustle again
Closed in 1981, this William R. Walker and Son-designed church was vacant for over 20 years before neglect contributed to its demise.
An elaborate four and a half story Medieval Gothic armory has been plagued by underutilization for the past 20 years
At only 12 1/2 feet deep, the George Arnold building is an anomoly in the Downtown Historic District
A turn-of-the-century hotel with intact, 100-year old wood panelled bar enhanced by stained-glass windows and decorative terra cotta
A massive, Romanesque-revival style, granite and brick masonry building with an interior Drill Hall clearspan space of 80 by 140 feet
A sliver of an 1829 structure survives under this turn-of-the-20th-century vaudeville theatre turned movie house turned commercial storefronts