Athenaeum Row located on Benefit Street, designed and constructed by Tallman & Bucklin in 1845. The row housing was built for Thomas Poyton Ives and provided income for his heirs.
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Cities and towns – Growth; Space (Architecture) – Rhode Island -- Providence; Urban renewal -- Rhode Island -- Providence;
257-265 Benefit St.
Smolski, Chester and Tallman & Bucklin, "Athenaeum Row" (1979). Browse All. 122.
Providence; East Side; Athenaem Row; row houses;