ProJo: Rhode Island Hospital plans to raze 115-year-old Southwest Pavilion, last remaining building from original complex
By Patrick Anderson
Journal Staff Writer
Posted Nov. 10, 2015 at 6:02 PM
Rhode Island Hospital plans to tear down its 115-year-old Southwest Pavilion, the last building remaining from the medical center's original 19th-century campus.
BY MARY MACDONALD
PBN STAFF WRITER
PROVIDENCE – The Providence Preservation Society will move beyond downtown and into the city’s neighborhoods for its 2015 Providence Symposium, which will include speakers who address community-based economic development.
By CHUCK HINMAN
Rhode Island Public Radio's Chuck Hinman talks with Jay O'Grady, Director of Operations and Asset Management at ONE Neighborhood Builders, about the 2015 Providence Symposium and the efforts to preserve and revitalize the Olneyville neighborhood.
By Bill Van Siclen
Journal Arts Writer Posted Nov. 1, 2015 @ 12:01 am
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Providence has a long and well-deserved reputation as a hotbed of historic preservation. But can the same preservation-minded strategies that have helped transform the downtown and waterfront in recent years yield similar results for the city's neighborhoods?