Built circa 1915, these concrete coal storage towers were demolished in late 2002 by oversight — a permit was granted despite their protection by inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.
A mid-century housing complex that survived the blast intended to take it down.
A love it or hate it concrete structure in the Brutalist style — its knobby elbows sticking out as decoration.
A long, low slung industrial building west of the highway and in the shadow of the Providence Place Mall. Neglect over ten years as well as some nefarious local dealings took the building down.
A former waterfront nightclub overlooking Narragansett Bay that operated under many different names in its 10 year lifespan