A handsome two-story former wharf warehouse along Dyer street, backing up to the Providence River, used as a electric substation for about 100 years
Once the largest manufacturer of costume jewelry, this building was vacant in the 80s but then revived by Lifespan as their corporate headquarters
A low slung jewelry manufacturing building on the edge of the Jewelry District is now the main Student Services Center for Johnson & Wales University
A lovely little pub that we never had to pleasure of visiting. Construction on a 3 mile sewer project damaged the foundations beyond repair.
This handsome trapezoidal mill building with chamfered corner in the Jewelry District was converted to lofts in 2004.
A stone mill formerly used as a machine parts manufacturer and now commercial office space
An unassuming rehabilitation of a simple mid-century industrial space into a modern office
Two simple, turn-of-the- and mid-century industrial buildings used for jewelry industry purposes over the past 50 years razed in 2011 for speculative purposes.
A small commercial building surrounded by parking lots razed for an 800 car parking garage for Johnson & Wales University
A massive 58,000 sf former electricity generating station went through three different redevelopment projects over 20 years before finally being completed
This unassuming golden brick, pier and spandrel commercial building has been part of the Johnson & Wales campus since the mid-1960s
A collection of handsome late-19th- and early-20th-century buildings that served as headquarters for a knitted good company as well as rental space for jewelry businesses
A large parcel of land on the edge of the jewelry district whose 1- and 2-story buildings were razed by speculation but nothing yet occupies the site.