The Atlantic Mills hosts a diverse community of painters, apparel designers, manufacturers, woodworkers, videographers, musicians, and distributors. If you need an office, a creative space, a clubhouse, or a manufacturing facility in Providence, the Mills might be the place you've been looking for.
A fixture of the Olneyville neigborhood, the Atlantic Mills is right off Route 6 and surrounded by great food and services, as well as unique shopping opportunites. The Woonasquatucket River winds gently behind the complex, providing a peaceful background for brainstorming and outdoor working.
Known for its pair of iconic towers, the Atlantic Mills began as the home the the Atlantic Delaine factory, a worsted manufacturer, in the mid-1800s. Later, in 1904, the complex was bought by the A.D. Julliard Company, who ran it until the textile company went out of business.
Since 1986, the Atlantic Mills has been home to the Big Top Flea Market, Providence's oldest flea. Still running today, the Olneyville staple attracts collectors and shoppers from all over New England.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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