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Constructed in 1890’s, what is now known as the Peerless Building is actually comprised of five individual buildings. Located at 229 Westminster Street at the corner of Union, the two most prominent are the Callendar, McAuslan & Troup building designed by Walker & Gould and The William H. Low Estate building, designed by Martin & Hall architect. This cluster of buildings which except for the Hannah Green Estate building make up the entire block of Westminster between Eddy and Union Streets.
150 Union Street, Providence, RI 02903