Station Row Apartments


Station Row Apartments

Located along the Moshassuck River, the project represents the second of the three phase Capital Cove development. Station Row consists of 169 residential apartments, and enclosed parking spaces, as well as amenity spaces, a dedicated leasing office, rooftop patio and additional community/activity space.

Residents of the new development enjoy views of the Capital Building to the west, and to the east, views of Roger Williams National Park. The location also provides pedestrian access to major transportation centers as well as dining and entertainment. With modern space efficient studios, one, two, and three-bedroom homes, the building provides amenities designed for the commuters of Providence’s creative and cultural revival. The apartment homes at Station Row redefine life in Providence, with bright open layouts, high ceilings, state-of-the-art appliances, and oversized windows framing breathtaking views of the Providence skyline.

Phase I was completed in 2005 and Phase II was restarted in 2015. The $42 million project was completed by the fall of 2019 and is noted for being the first project built with approved Rebuild RI tax credits. The site is located along Canal Street in Providence adjacent to Providence Train Station and within the Capitol District.

Another distinctive aspect of this location is that the site was formerly a ship cove that, overtime, has been filled in to create developable land. To bolster the load bearing capacity of the soil, ground improvement techniques such as rammed aggregate piers and rigid inclusions, were used.


  • Multi-Phased Project
  • Green Construction Materials
  • Proximity to the Amtrak/commuter rail lines, generating noise and feature prominent catenary lines were successfully addressed
  • Uninterrupted Pedestrian Access Along the Riverwalk
  • Designed and Built to meet Gold LEED Design Guidelines
  • Wood Frame over Steel and Concrete Podium Structure System
  • Building Designed to Span over Existing Amtrak Railway Culvert


John M. Corcoran & Co. Trilogy Development


Providence, RI


$42 million