List: Providence Preservation Society’s Preservation Awards

7 properties

  • Slow and steady wins this race — vacated in 1964, some of the buildings were in use as early as 1988, but only 30 years later has the entire complex been redeveloped

    #NotInRuins | Smith Hill | Built: 1872–1941 | Redeveloped: 1986–2017 | Decade: 1870-1879
    Added to NRHP: April 18, 2003 | NRHP Reference Number: 03000081 (individual)

  • A four-turned-five-story 19th-century commercial building goes residential to support 44 micro-lofts and a younger clientele

    #NotInRuins | Downtown Providence | Built: 1859, 1906 | Redeveloped: 2017–2018 | Decade: 1850-1859
    Added to NRHP: February 10, 1984 | NRHP Reference Number: 84001967 (contributing)

  • A mid-century brick indistrial building on the edge of the Jewelry District is given new life as part of Johnson & Wales University

    #NotInRuins | Jewelry District | Built: 1948 | Redeveloped: 2013-2014 | Decade: 1940-1949

  • A low slung jewelry manufacturing building on the edge of the Jewelry District is now the main Student Services Center for Johnson & Wales University

    #NotInRuins | Jewelry District | Built: 1920 | Redeveloped: 2007–2009 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • #NotInRuins | Downtown Providence | Built: 1912 | Redeveloped: 2012–2014 | Decade: 1910-1919
    Added to NRHP: February 10, 1984 | NRHP Reference Number: 84001967 (contributing)

  • An emblem and pin manufacturer with a long life as industrial/commercial space until a conversion to apartments

    #NotInRuins | Jewelry District | Built: 1903–1904 | Redeveloped: 2015–2017 | Decade: 1900-1909
    Added to NRHP: December 1985 | NRHP Reference Number: 85003088 (contributing)

  • This over 190 year old structure survived 170 years as an indoor mall but now is a collection of retail and micro-loft styles residential condos

    #NotInRuins | Downtown Providence | Built: 1828 | Redeveloped: 2008–2012 | Decade: 1820-1829
    Added to NRHP: May 1971 | NRHP Reference Number: 71000029 (individual)