Vacant industrial space in Providence converted to rock-climbing facility

HITS THE SPOT: Rock Spot Climbing recently converted 5,000 vacant square feet of industrial space in Providence into a climbing facility, featuring 30-foot-high walls and about 10,000 square feet of climbing space.
HITS THE SPOT: Rock Spot Climbing recently converted 5,000 vacant square feet of industrial space in Providence into a climbing facility, featuring 30-foot-high walls and about 10,000 square feet of climbing space.
Rock Spot Climbing | 42 Rice St., Providence Building owner: Pearl Street LLC Building tenants: The Capital Good Fund, Pearl Street Lofts Architect: Kite Architects Inc. of Providence Developer/general contractor: Brownlow Associates Inc. of Barrington, Vertical Solutions of Utah Cost: WND BEFORE Use: More than 5,000 square feet of industrial space…

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