New residents already have started moving into one of downtown Providence’s oldest commercial buildings, occupying efficient, modern apartments that have taken spaces once afforded to a jeweler, a barber and other office workers over the past 150 years. The Case-Mead Building at 76 Dorrance St. was originally built in two phases, beginning in 1859, with…

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