Providence Preservation Society announces top 10 most endangered list for 2010

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Grove Street School in 2007

The Providence Preservation Society has announced their list of Top 10 Most Endangered Buildings for 2010:

  • Brownell & Field Co. (1907-08) 119 Harris Avenue
  • Terminal Warehouse Co. (1913) buildings, 338 Allens Avenue
  • Kendrick-Prentice-Tirocchi House (1867), 514 Broadway
  • Rhode Island Hospital Southwest Pavilion (1900), 593 Eddy Street
  • Temple Beth El/Shaare Zedek Synagogue (1910-11), 688 Broad Street
  • The Arcade (1828), 130 Westminster St./65 Weybosset Street
  • Atlantic Mills Towers (1863), 100 Manton Avenue
  • Benjamin Dyer Block, western half (1820), 219 Weybosset Street
  • Cathedral of St. John and diocesan properties (1810), 271 North Main Street
  • Grove Street Elementary School (1901), 95 Grove Street
  • Downtown Providence National Register District (includes George C. Arnold Building, 1923; Providence National Bank building facade, 1940s; Teste Block, 1860)
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  1. The Kendrick house has recently been purchased by Community Works RI and the Revolving Fund, so expect that to be removed from the list next year, and for good reason.

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