430 Kinsley Avenue is located in Providence’s Valley Neighborhood and Woonasquatucket River corridor along the Greenway. It has seen the neighborhood evolve from its industrial past to a thriving creative community, investment opportunity and enterprise zone. Many artist outlets and mixed-use developments from the Steelyard to Waterfire to the Rubber Lofts to the American Locomotive complex anchor the area. The property abuts a RIPTA bus line and it’s just minutes from the commuter rail. And with downtown Providence and Federal Hill nearby, the location offers access to all the amazing dining, shopping, entertainment and night life Providence has to offer. Built in 1888, the structure is a 37,000 sq ft brick building that sits on 64,000 sq ft of land. The building offers all that consumers today have come to love about historic mills: brick exterior, over-sized windows, 20-foot ceiling heights, history-etched wood flooring, beefy ceiling and roof beams and ornate support columns. Walking through the building today is like
an history lesson in the Industrial Revolution, with many of the machines and artifacts worthy of its own museum.