Arcade Providence in transition as units are offered for sale, several retail sites vacant

ONLY A FEW people were visiting the Arcade Providence on Tuesday afternoon./PBN PHOTO MARY MACDONALD
PROVIDENCE – Business activity at the landmark Arcade Providence has slowed significantly through the past year, mirroring a depletion in downtown energy. The pandemic has stripped downtown Providence of students, of office workers, of jurors at the courthouse and tourists. The Arcade, an elegant and architecturally significant building, opened in 1828 as the first indoor…

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