Neighborhood: Fox Point/India Point, Providence

20 properties

  • A low-rise, 5-story apartment building on the waterfront with a strange design adds livable space but no character to the waterfront

    | Built: 2020-2022 | Decade: 2020-2029

  • This turn-of-the-century Federal-style two-story wooden house-turned-resturant was razed quickly on Good Friday in 2021

    | Built: circa 1830, perhaps 1790 | Demolition: 2021 | Decade: 1830-1839

  • A commercial space and apartment house best known for its colorful aquatic mural on a busy corner in Fox Point

    | Built: Before 1889 | Demolition: 2019 | Decade: 1880-1889

  • An aging complex of four buildings, three more than 150 years old, that once housed the largest stove manufacturer in New England

    | Built: 1849 and later | Decade: 1840-1849

  • A 250+ year old home belonging to one of the captain’s that took part in the burning of the Gaspee

    | Built: circa 1767 | Decade: before 1799

  • The “Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridge” at Crook Point was abandoned in 1976 but once carried Providence, East Providence, Warren, & Bristol train lines

    | Built: 1907 | Decade: 1900-1909

  • Falling into disrepair since the 1970s, this once important community center found new use and continues to support the neighborhood and Providence schoolchildren

    | Built: 1926 | Demolition: 1920-1929 | Redeveloped: 2007-2008 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • An unconventional home (for Providence) in a conventional working class neighborhood

    | Built: 2005–2006 | Decade: 2000-2009

  • A handsome, symmetrical façade, Greek-revival inspired mid-19th-century mill building that seems to have always been well cared for

    | Built: 1869 | Redeveloped: 1960s | Decade: 1860-1869

  • The earliest steel-framed buildings in the city, constructed by the Berlin Iron Bridge Company of Connecticut

    | Built: 1893 | Demolition: 2012 | Decade: 1890-1899

  • A group of three unexciting buildings have been razed to make way for an undetermined future development

    | Built: 1929, c.1950, c.1972 | Demolition: 2022 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • The roadway system of on and off ramps when I-195 cut through the Jewelry District and over the Providence River

    | Built: 1962-1964 | Demolition: 2009-2011 | Decade: 1960-1969

  • The roadway system of on and off ramps and causeway over Wickenden Street and the murals that adorned it

    | Built: 1962-1964 | Demolition: 2009-2011 | Decade: 1960-1969

  • Parcel 6: A mixed-use commercial and residential development on land vacated by the relocation of interstate 195

    | Built: 2021–2022 | Decade: 2020-2029

  • About 50 apartments and seven stories was considered for Pike Street with an unusual screen wall featuring a LED lighting display

    | Never Built | Decade: 2010-2019

  • A 1980s conversion from industrial to residential condominiums by the same developer of the Davol Rubber Company

    | Built: 1845, 1864, 1893 | Redeveloped: 1984–1986 | Decade: 1840-1849

  • A former floating gourmet restaurant moored on South Water Street just outside where the Hot Club is today, before the current boat slips

    | Built: 1920s | Demolition: sunk 1983 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • A former waterfront nightclub overlooking Narragansett Bay that operated under many different names in its 10 year lifespan

    | Built: 1990 | Demolition: 2011 | Decade: 1990-1999

  • Demolition Alert

    Two buildings on a prominent corner of Wickenden Street face demolition in favor of a five-story 62 unit apartment building

    | Built: Between 1985 and 1989 | Demolition: 2023 | Decade: 1980-1989

  • Additional apartments have been added to a busy street corner but at the cost of a neighborhood institution

    | Built: 2020 | Decade: 2020-2029