A great location with private walkway access to over 165 unique businesses. Right off Interstate 95 with short drives to both Downtown Providence and Downtown Pawtucket. A whole new style of loft living.

The Village Lofts is located in a 5-story structure and will include 149 loft-style apartments. A spacious private parking lot directly outside provides a safe area for residents to leave their cars, and will consist of a paved 396-space lot. The structure includes 187,335 Square Feet (SF) of space for residential space, amenities, and other options, with 138,870 SF specifically dedicated to rentable area. The average square footage per unit will be 932 SF, and units will be available in ranges from 500 SF to 1,400 SF. The historic structure, built in the early 1900’s, will be an exciting and convenient location to live with modern amenities, a great local business community, and unique events that can be accessed privately without needing to step outside.



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Our open spaces allow you to arrange your loft in almost any way you can imagine! Below are layout designs for inspiration that you can view on scheduled tours of our facilities.



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Located right next door through a private walkway available only to residents, Hope Artiste Village is a unique world of over 165 local businesses offering a variety of retail, services, food, activities, and events.



While the mill complex first began construction in 1889, the historic 5-story preparing mill was originally constructed in 1902 and expanded in 1913 to meet demand. Once completed, this was where the manufacturing process began for the entire mill complex. Historic manufacturers who used the mill began with Hope Webbing Mills, a textile company who built the entire complex and whose work in the 1940’s supporting the war effort included creating the cords used for parachutes by Allied soldiers during World War II. These cords and parachutes were instrumental for major events such as D-Day and Operation Market Garden.
The mill was later sold in the 1950’s to School House Candy, who manufactured a variety of candy such as jelly beans and lollipops all the way through 1998. In 2005 Urban Smart Growth purchased the property with the vision of revitalizing the structure into a wide-ranging community gathering hub filled with a variety of businesses, artists, creatives, and both event and residential space.
The mill was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.