Hay and Owen Buildings

Local nameHay Building
LocationProvidence, Rhode Island, United States

The Hay and Owen Buildings are a pair of historic commercial buildings at 101 and 117-135 Dyer Street in Providence, Rhode Island.

The Owen Building was built in 1866 as two buildings, with a narrow alley running between them. They were designed by Alfred Stone for George and Smith Owen, whose sons operated a wholesale yarn business on the premises. In 1877 Stone, as Stone & Carpenter, returned to remodel the buildings. The southern part, a four-story, nine-bay building, remained as it was built in 1866.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hay_and_Owen_Buildings

Coordinates 41°49'23.922" N -71°24'30.921" E

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