The historic Paragon Mill in Providence has officially re-opened.
The old mill building in Olneyville, once on the endangered properties list, was restored to its former glory.
“Tackling the housing crisis in our city requires finding innovation solutions and getting creative with the amazing spaces that already exist,” said Mayor Brett Smiley. “Transforming our historic buildings, like Paragon Mill, into living spaces for families at every price point is how we meet the demand for housing in our city and make living in Providence more affordable and accessible,” Mayor Brett Smiley said.
The Delaine Street property includes 101 mixed-income apartment units and 3,000-square-feet of retail space. The project cost is about $35.7 million.
This article was originally published in 10WJAR.