Former ‘endangered structure’ in Wayland Square undergoing redevelopment

A RENDERING SHOWS the new design by ZDS Architecture & Interior Design of the office building at 229 Waterman St., in Wayland Square in Providence. The renovated building will have two additional levels of new construction, to include 19 apartments on the third and fourth floors, and a rooftop restaurant with views of Narragansett Bay and Wayland Square. Several of the apartments will have rooftop decks. / COURTESY ZDS ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGN
A RENDERING SHOWS the new design by ZDS Architecture & Interior Design of the office building at 229 Waterman St., in Wayland Square in Providence. The renovated building will have two additional levels of new construction, to include 19 apartments on the third and fourth floors, and a rooftop restaurant with views of Narragansett Bay and Wayland Square. Several of the apartments will have rooftop decks. / COURTESY ZDS ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGN
PROVIDENCE – A prominent building in Wayland Square is undergoing a final phase of redevelopment. The 1940s-era office building, at 229 Waterman St., is being converted to five levels of mixed-use occupancy. When all is completed this summer, the enlarged structure will include a rooftop restaurant, apartments with views of Narragansett Bay and two levels…

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