These two-story wood-frame buildings (230-246, 366-392, 376-388) were constructed as in-fill housing as part of South Main Street’s redevelopment, and they look like it. They’re not noticeably bad, but they lack the power of Warner’s row houses on the Moshassuck River.
– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture
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