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→ The New York Times: Historic Power Plant in Providence, R.I., May Get Another Chance at an Encore

The New York Times reports that Brown University may be interested in redeveloping the South Street Power Station, better known as the location of the stalled “Dynamo House” project.

According to James S. Bennett, director of economic development for Providence, “serious” possible tenants have looked at the building in recent months, though he declined to say who they were. Sources knowledgeable about the site said that Brown University might be interested since Dynamo House is in the city’s Jewelry District, where Brown has expanded in recent years.

Mr. Bennett said the city had made finding a new use for the building a priority, and would not consider the alternative: “It’s not going to be torn down,” he said.

See also:
Greater City Providence: What’s going on with the Dynamo House?
Via: Nesi’s Notes

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One Response to → The New York Times: Historic Power Plant in Providence, R.I., May Get Another Chance at an Encore

  1. scott p January 8, 2013 at 9:09 pm #

    I believe this would be a great location for the Narragansett Brewery to make its return to Rhode Island. they could brew the beer in RI include a beer garden, restaurant or pub, give tours of the historic building and brewery facility etc…

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