A visually-arresting former carriage house and stable behind one of Broadway’s most ornate mansions
Two indistinct one-story infill buildings flanked by 100+ year old two-story mill buildings that manufactured fire safety equipment
An elaborate four and a half story Medieval Gothic armory has been plagued by underutilization for the past 20 years
A comfortable old man bar for young people during the early 2000s
A handsome single story early 20th-century storefront tastfulyl converted to a local bakery and coffee shop
A small, unassuming but nicely detailed brick firehouse from the mid-19th century on Providence’s West Side
A pair of auto-centric businesses constructed as the “new” highway was carved through Providence in the 50s/60s.
A small but mighty former firefighter training facility turned art space and music venue and most recently, a hostel concept
A mid-sized 4-story mill of red brick and stucco in the middle of a residential neighborhood became apartments in 2009
A long fight over the demolition of a former neighborhood school — and a contributing structure to the Broadway-Armory Historic District.
This three-story former lumber yard and wood working business has over a hundred years of history
A striking black and cerulean blue Art Deco first floor facade adorns this commercial building along a historically significant portion of upper Westminster Street
Vacant since 1987, this building stood on the West Side across from Central High School for over 20 years before being completely razed to the ground.
A neglected little brick Greek-revival building vacant and boarded up since a fire in the 1990s succumbed to extensive roof damage in 2020
A large mill complex on the West Side of Providence turns into residential lofts at the beginning of the boom
A late-nineteeth-century warehouse building with thick walls, strong floors, and details reminiscent of an armory building
This 70-year-old diner car sat on blocks for 10 years before being restored and reopened as a classic breakfast and lunch diner
A present-day example of early car service culture — white enamelled panels with bright green and red accents and an utilitarian design
A relatively low-slung and simple early 20th century former car repair garage in a residential portion off Broadway
Four residential units plus retail in a industrial chic box added density to the West Side in 2007.
A WBNA project house built on the site of a former auto body business along bustling Westminster Street