Historic-tax-credit revival sought

RESTORING RESPECT: The 150-year-old Pontiac Mills in Warwick was once pegged for a $52 million restoration project. That fell through, and prospective buyers are apprehensive without a historic-tax-credit program in place. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
RESTORING RESPECT: The 150-year-old Pontiac Mills in Warwick was once pegged for a $52 million restoration project. That fell through, and prospective buyers are apprehensive without a historic-tax-credit program in place. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
The 150-year-old red brick walls of Pontiac Mills in Warwick are showing their age. Listing agent Bruce Thunberg can’t say how long the historic complex can remain vacant before it becomes impossible to save. As he searches for a buyer willing to invest in what at one point was a $52 million restoration project, Thunberg…

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