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Providence Place, Providence

(3.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Providence Place is an urban shopping mall in the central part of Providence, Rhode Island. Opened on August 20, 1999, it is located near the Rhode Island State House and Providence Station. It comprises three main floors and is connected to the nearby Omni Providence Hotel (which is adjacent to the Rhode Island Convention Center) via skyway. It also features several streetside restaurants.The 1.4 million ft² (130,000 m²) facility was constructed in 1999 at a cost of $460 million. The mall is situated near the interchange of I-95, I-195, U.S. 1 and U.S. 6. The mall is anchored by Nordstrom and Macy's.StructureThe design of the mall was partly done by the architect Friedrich St. Florian. He also built the skybridge that connected the mall with the Omni Hotel (formerly the Westin Hotel).In total, Providence Place consists of fifteen levels. The lowest three are labeled C-A. Level C consists of Parking-Only Stateside, and Street Level Restaurants Cityside. There is also a level D on the Stateside garage. Level B consists of DSW shoes and Restaurants, Old Navy stateside, Bed Bath & Beyond cityside and The Skybrige to the Westin. Level A consists of parking only, both cityside and stateside. Cityside is the mall's southern end, facing Downtown. Stateside is the mall's northern end, facing state office buildings including the State Capitol.
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  • If you have ever been to the parking garage at the PPMall, it's joke. When they are crowded the average wait time for the average person following the rules is 35-45 minutes. There is always a machine...  more »
  • Ate at a restaurant nearby, and stopped in for a walk to burn some calories and time. The mall is bright and has a huge selection of stores. Yes, parking is a bit confusing to access the mall- but it ...  more »
  • I am visiting Providence for the first time and as an out of towner I found this mall to be difficult to navigate. If you find yourself confused don't hesitate to use the directory. It will be found o...  more »
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  • Large mall that's always clean. Plenty of parking. Awesome view of the city from the 3rd floor. Some expensive stores but over all reasonable. Dave and Busters & Movie theater above the food court. During the summer, water fire events are nice to walk around and enjoy the area.
  • I'm not a mall/shopping type of person however this place is very accommodating for all types. 3 floors of it all.. only downside can be trying to get out of parking garage quick when there is a lot of activity going on for the weekend 🙀😛😔😄
  • Huge mall, with almost anything and everything you'd be looking for. I especially love the availability, affordability, and convenience of parking at the mall. It's easy to walk around the mall, but also to go outside and walk around the State House and Providence River. There are lots of excellent restaurant options in and around the mall, as well as the Dunkin Donuts' Center, and Convention Center just a couple of blocks away. This is definitely the heart of Providence, come check it out if you haven't yet!
  • I was stuck in an elevator with my 3 year old for about 45 mins. The security guard was not very helpful or sympathetic to our situation and was very short with me on the intercom. No updates on when we where going to get out. I ask her to call my wife which did after 30 or so mins of me being stuck (so my wife didn't have a clue to where I an her child was). My wife didn't hear the phone call and security didn't A) call her back or B) leave a message. SO unprofessional, lack of common sense and basically stupid. Oh and the mall kinda sucks.
  • This is the mall to visit if you live near Providence. A lot of various store options. I would have given it 5 stars if they had free parking a better cafeteria restaurant options. A large majority of the food their is Asian food.