Providence Public Library completes $25M renovation of 1950s-era wing

THE RENOVATED Providence Public Library includes a new, three-story atrium at the Empire Street entrance. / COURTESY ANTON GRASSL ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
PROVIDENCE – The Providence Public Library this week completed its 18-month renovation of the 1950s-era wing, establishing new common areas for the public to make use of 21st-century services. The renovation was completed by BOND Building Construction Inc., a Boston-based firm with offices in Providence. The architect was designLab, also of Boston. The newly renovated…

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