PPS MEP List

PPS Issues 2022 ‘Most Endangered Properties List’

The Providence Preservation Society (PPS) has issued its 2022 Most Endangered Properties List with some first-time entries like the Tockwotton Fox Point Cape Verdean Community and the Urban League of Rhode Island building, as well as some perennials like the Superman Building, the Broad Street Synagogue, and the Cathedral of St. John. In the spotlight …

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Nominations Wanted For PPS Endangered List

Every year the Providence Preservation Society (PPS) solicits nominations for its Most Endangered Properties List from the general public. They may have missed a gem in your neighborhood. Each year, the Providence Preservation Society seeks nominations from the public for our Most Endangered Properties list. Our annual list draws attention to buildings and places great …

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Second Act For Bomes Theatre

How did those Christmas wreaths get up there? After several years on the Providence Preservation Society’s (PPS) Most Endangered Properties List, the Bomes Theatre, built on Broad Street at Gallatin in 1921, has found a buyer. (4.20.18 ProJo) A sale and renovation of the historic but long-neglected Bomes Theater in South Providence may be imminent. …

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Esek Hopkins Back On The PPS MEP List

Ideas anybody? Having made its debut 20 years ago, and clearly not painted since, the Esek Hopkins House at 97 Admiral Street is once again on the Providence Preservation Society’s Most Endangered Property List. Location, location, location: The 7-acre homestead is situated in a no-man’s land across Route 146 sort of behind the main post …

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