Several important buildings in Providence receive historic tax credits for renovations.
A special meeting will be held on Monday, May 5, to vote on a demolition application for the General Electric Base Plant complex at 586 Atwells Avenue. Built c. 1916, the GE Base Plant stands as a fine expression of post-World War I industrial architecture.
Henry D. Sharpe House – 1928 • Photo Rob Kesack courtesy of PPS East Side Homes and Lofty Mill Spaces on Tour at the 34th Annual Festival of Historic Houses Providence Preservation Society’s Signature Event This Year Highlights Prospect Street and Monohasset Mill Providence, RI (April 18, 2013) – The Providence Preservation Society (PPS) present to the public an “insiders’ …
Woonasquatucket, Westminster, Providence 375, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
There’s an alligator in the Woonasquatucket!
Image from Google StreetView Providence Business News reports that the Partnership for Creative Industrial Space is in the process of renovating the Eastern Butcher Block building in Eagle Square. Rachel Rafaelian bought the building, located across from the Monohasset Mill, in July for $530,000. Rafaelian is working with Eric Bright of PCIS to renovate the building for artist space. The …
A few more submissions to our Flickr Group of the flood. This time, the aftermath in Eagle Square, photos taken last week: And one of Slater Mill: All photos © e_pics. If you’d like your photos featured here, join our Flickr Group and submit them.
Video and photos of the Woonasquatucket receding in Eagle Square.
More reader submissions of the flood. Photos and video © TheWoolverine:
The Woonasquatucket, this afternoon. Not high tide yet.
Reader kd1s subbmited these photos and videos from the Eagle Square area to our Flickr Group: Photos and videos (cc) kd1s from Flickr If you have storm photos, please share them in our Flickr Group or email them to us.
Walked from Waterplace to Eagle Square earlier (almost had to swim at one point):