Pilgrim Lofts | 19 Harrison St., Providence
Building owner: Federico Manaigo and Antonio Manaigo
Building tenants: Residential
Architect: KITE Architects Inc.
Developers: Federico Manaigo and Antonio Manaigo of K&S Development LLC
General contractor: Packard Builders LLC
Cost: $3.5 million
Use: First built in 1874 as the Pilgrim Congregational Church, the 30,000-square-foot, former house of worship was converted into 15 loft-style apartments. The first floor consists of two townhomes, indoor parking and a mailroom. The remaining apartments are located on the upper floors, including five each on the third and fourth floors. All apartment layouts are different, and each has in-unit washers and dryers, as well as walk-in closets. The building has exposed brick walls and high ceilings. Tenants have views of the Cranston Street Armory and the Industrial Trust Building nearby.
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