Project Category: Mill Reuse

Sixty King

Neighborhood locals remember this incredible structure by its former names — the Imperial Knife Factory or the Rochambeau Worsted Wool Factory – a noteworthy example of industrial design built along the Woonasquatucket River in Providence in 1923. Now revitalized and rebranded as 60 King, the development celebrates those former names and their industrial history with a […]

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The Plant & Cuban Revolution

The Plant and Calender Mills mix a new blend of commercial and restaurant space with residential and live/work lofts into two 19th century industrial buildings. Live/work units range from affordable 500 SF studios with a wall of windows, to multi-story lofts with “wow,” and full floor-thru communal “nests.” Adaptive reuse is redefined through a blend of artistic integrity […]

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Brookside Artist Live/Work

Creative selective demolition allowed this former rubber factory to be molded into new use as artist live/work housing. ICON specifically designed units to fit each resident’s needs, making way for pottery kilns, a circus trapeze, a dance studio, and even a taxidermy shop. The complex now houses a range of unit types, including townhouses, open […]

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North Point Lofts

This former industrial building creates 103 new “micro” lofts, an emerging new housing prototype for urban dwellers, conveniently located near the new Lechmere station on the Green Line extention. These studio apartments range in size from 330 to nearly 700 square feet, each with floor-to-ceiling windows and contemporary loft interiors and are designed to meet LEED-NC silver criteria.

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