999 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI

Hope Artiste Village, one of the largest successful mill restoration projects in Rhode Island, is a hub of cultural activity fostering collaboration and innovation among a diverse community of creatives and professionals. Located on Main Street in Pawtucket with easy access to I-95 and just minutes from downtown Providence, the Village hosts a creative mix of art studios, live/work lofts, retail shops, light industrial workshops and professional office suites. This thriving mill space boasts cafes, a coffee roaster, a live music venue, fitness studios, designers, artisans, event spaces and a bustling wintertime farmer’s market.

Hope Artiste Village is located at 999-1005 Main Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Visitor parking is available in the center courtyard, the Main St. Lot (at Warren Ave) the Dudley St. Lot (at Campbell Terrace) and in the Esten avenue lot (near the rear end of the complex). There is also street parking available along Warren Avenue, Main Street and Dudley Street. Hope Artiste Village is perfect for anybody!



73 Pelham Street, Newport, RI

The United Congregational Church (formerly First Congregational Church and Second Congregational Church), built in 1857, is a historic church at 73 Pelham Street in Newport, Rhode Island. As of 2009 the congregation is affiliated with the United Church of Christ (UCC). The church was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2012, in recognition for the unique interior decorations executed in 1880-81 by John La Farge.