Rising Sun Mills undergoes remodel to welcome new tenants

SECOND WAVE: Initially renovated in 2003, Rising Sun Mills, at 166 Valley St. in Providence, is going through a second wave of renovation for new tenants. Standing in front of the entry area are, from left, H. LeBaron “Barry” Preston, principal, Armory Revival Co.; Robert “BJ” E. Dupré Jr., principal, Armory Revival; Seth Zeren, director of development, Armory Management Co.; and Mark Van Noppen, vice president and managing director, Armory Revival.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SECOND WAVE: Initially renovated in 2003, Rising Sun Mills, at 166 Valley St. in Providence, is going through a second wave of renovation for new tenants. Standing in front of the entry area are, from left, H. LeBaron “Barry” Preston, principal, Armory Revival Co.; Robert “BJ” E. Dupré Jr., principal, Armory Revival; Seth Zeren, director of development, Armory Management Co.; and Mark Van Noppen, vice president and managing director, Armory Revival.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Four years ago, the departure of Dassault Systèmes from the Rising Sun Mills for a suburban site did more than leave a vast opening in the former textile mill. It required a fresh approach to remarket the Providence space, adapting the home of a single tenant to one that could accommodate a mix of companies…

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