Neighborhood: Jewelry District, Providence

8 properties

  • 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

    #NotInRuins | Built: circa 1880 | Decade: 1880-1889

  • A lovely little pub that we never had to pleasure of visiting. Construction on a 3 mile sewer project damaged the foundations beyond repair.

    #UsedToBeThere | Built: 1820 | Demolition: 2005 | Decade: 1820-1829

  • This handsome trapezoidal mill building with chamfered corner in the Jewelry District was converted to lofts in 2004.

    #NotInRuins | Built: circa 1922-23 | Redeveloped: 2004 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • An unassuming rehabilitation of a simple mid-century industrial space into a modern office

    #NotInRuins | Built: circa 1950 | Redeveloped: circa 2000 | Decade: 1950-1959

  • 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.

    #UsedToBeThere | Built: circa 1955 | Demolition: 2011 | Decade: 1950-1959

  • A small commercial building surrounded by parking lots razed for an 800 car parking garage for Johnson & Wales University

    #UsedToBeThere | Built: 1923-1925 | Demolition: 2012 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • A massive 58,000 sf former electricity generating station went through three different redevelopment projects over 20 years before finally being completed

    #NotInRuins | Built: 1912–1925 | Redeveloped: 2003, 2008, 2015–2019 | Decade: 1910-1919

  • 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.

    #UsedToBeThere | Built: 1901–1956 | Demolition: 2012, 2021 | Decade: 1900-1909