The existing BioMed center bounded by Brown, Meeting, Thayer, and Olive Streets got a $95m addition for a new Biomedical Research center
A large former gymnasium with a large enough indoor space to support a suspended indoor quarter mile track. Demolished in 2001.
A hub of student and museum activity for RISD named after the late Happy Chase, an ardent preservationist of properties along Benefit Street
A low slung jewelry manufacturing building on the edge of the Jewelry District is now the main Student Services Center for Johnson & Wales University
An almost 100 year old apartment building turned dormitory became too downtrodden to be useful.
A former high-art-style consumer banking lobby and offices becomes a 56,000 sf art library and housing for 500 students
A turn-of-the-century 6-story downtown commercial building that is now part of the RISD campus
The first LEED-certified college residence hall in the state, part of the Rhode Island College campus
A small commercial building surrounded by parking lots razed for an 800 car parking garage for Johnson & Wales University
An innovative early 70s hyperbolic paraboloid roof structure design that allowed a 130' x 325' uninterrupted interior space for the Brown University pool
This reinforced concrete frame building was the first modern-style, large windowed design in the City
This unassuming golden brick, pier and spandrel commercial building has been part of the Johnson & Wales campus since the mid-1960s
A 56,000 square foot center for Brown University’s international studies students
The Fletcher building marks the first foray into downtown Providence for RISD and its graduate students