Welcome to Providence's Historic Jewelry District
For a FREE map and introduction to the Jewelry District and the JDA. Click HERE.
Setting a Sparkling Example for Providence
Placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1985, Providence's historic Jewelry District is poised on the verge of a bright new future as a dynamic live/work neighborhood. It has the rich architectural heritage of a once thriving manufacturing area. And thanks to the relocation of an Interstate highway, it now offers walkable links to Downcity and new land where expansion is underway.
Jewelry District Association
The JDA is dedicated to fostering a sense of community that will encourage thoughtful development of this new land. The JDA believes that a respect for the past and a focus on creating a walkable, bikeable, livable environment will help make our district welcoming for business and residents alike.
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NEXT MEETING: PUBLIC IS WELCOME!
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019
South Street Landing — Room 498
Providence & Brown U. Police Reports
Spotlight on District businesses:
VP Global Marketing Rob Kelley
Pedestrian Bridge & Fane Tower
Flashback! With one click, enjoy a detailed look at the vanished past of the Jewelry District presented by talented Brown University students led by Dr. Dietrich Neumann
November 6, it's
Asian Street Food
12:00 to 1:30
111 Chestnut Street
Click here for details on the fight against the Fane Tower..