Some of The Armory Revival Company's projects

Meet the Developers

The Armory Revival Company has 20 years of experience in planning, rehabbing and marketing historic buildings in southeastern New England. Founded in 1986 in Providence’s historic Armory District, the Armory Revival Company has been the driving force in the revitalization of Providence’s West Side. We have a passion for historic properties, for interesting design and for creating distinctive places to live and work. Our mission is revitalize distressed and deteriorating neighborhoods and improve the quality of life for the communities we work in. We develop for residents and businesses across the full spectrum of our economy, from affordable housing and workplaces to the most expensive condominiums in the City, based on the needs and aspirations of the neighborhood.

The company has 40 employees including its three principals: Robert Dupre, Mark Van Noppen and Barry Preston. To date the Company has completed more than 500 residences and apartments and 387,000 sf of office commercial and retail space. (visit www.armoryrevival.com)

Established in 1974, Baltimore City-based Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse, Inc. (SBER) has a long-standing and prestigious record of success as a unique urban development and construction company. Known for conquering challenging locations as a multi-role developer, builder and construction manager, the firm has an intentional focus on waterfront transformation, historic adaptive reuse and urban in-fill, mixed-use projects. To date, SBER has developed more than five million square feet of commercial, residential, and retail space for some of the nation’s leading companies including Under Armour Sports Apparel, Ayers Saint Gross Architects, Johns Hopkins and Phillips Foods and Seafoods Restaurants. (visit www.sber.com)