I think they're behind the Superman building. You can see the taller one poking out near the upper right, and the lower one poking out one tier down on the left.This photo is rather recent - probably October/November - 2021. I base this off the fact that the new Aloft Hotel is in a near finished state and the leaves are starting to turn. One oddity of this shot is that the Omni Hotel towers, two of the city's tallest structures, are completely obscured.
How, precisely? can you cite concrete examples? Otherwise, this smacks of a stale stereotype.Providence is badly handicapped by the inept RI state government.
Again, how? What does "punch well above its weight" even mean? It's such a empty, tired cliche.It should punch well above its weight
Is this a joke? Providence's peer cities in New England, population-wise, are Hartford, Springfield, Worcester, New Haven, etc., etc. If you think Providence is somehow eclipsed in trendiness/sex appeal/media buzz, etc., etc., by that crew, then I have no words.but it is kind of a forgotten city.
Well, yes. No new revelations here, and obviously all of these things help.Good urban bones and arguable the best regional connectivity to the all the major New England cities plus better travel times to NYC than Boston.
This photo appears to have been taken from the 14 story Brown Sciences Library at the corner of Waterman and Thayer Streets.