The Providence National Bank in 1979. Construction of the bank was completed in 1930. Much of the building was demolished in 2005 to make room for a luxury condo dubbed, 'One Ten Westminster.' The project ultimately was scrapped and now only the facade of the Providence National Bank remains, vehemently preserved by the RI Preservation Society.
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Architecture -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Historical buildings -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Downtown districts -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Colonial revival (Architecture)
35 Weybosset St
Smolski, Chester and Wallace E., "Providence National Bank" (1979). Browse All. 970.
demolition, street scene, downtown, Providence downtown, colonial revival, banks