The Providence Preservation Society announced thier annual list of the city’s Most Endangered Properties this week.
- Atlantic Mills, 100 Manton Avenue, Olneyville (1863)
- Barstow Stove Company (known as Tops Electric Company), 120 Point Street, Jewelry District (c. 1849)
- Bomes Theatre, 1017 Broad Street, Elmwood (1921)
- Broad Street Synagogue, 688 Broad Street (1910-1911)
- Cranston Street Armory, 310 Cranston Street, West End (1907)
- Humboldt Fire Station, 155 Humboldt Avenue, Wayland (1906)
- Industrial Trust Building, 111 Westminster Street, Downtown (1928)
- Rhodes Street National Register District, Rhodes/Alphonso/Janes Streets, Upper South Providence, (1850s-1890s)
- Sheffield Smith House, 334 Smith Street, Smith Hill (1855)
- Former Sixth Precinct Police Station, 36 Chaffee Street, Olneyville (1890)
- Welcome Arnold House, 21 Planet Street, College Hill (1785-1798)
For further information on each property, visit the Providence Preservation Society’s website.