354 Pine St/ Standardized Uniform & Perry Blackburn Inc.


A fire all but gutted the two-story complex this Wednesday, March 28th. Click here for the full story in the Pawtucket Times.

One of the doors mentions “Standardized Uniform Service” and another alludes to “Perry Blackburn, Inc.” & “Pee Bee Industries”. This complex was also called the Lily Pads, and for a time they were planned to be developed into live/work condominiums.

This complex, along with New England Paper Tube, is part of the Conant Street Industrial Park. There are many complexes of buildings around this area, and it is very industrial in nature, and it is a little out of the ways from Downtown Pawtucket, so it is unlikely that it will develop into a mixed residential and retail neighborhood.


Source: Pawtucket Mill Building survey, prepared by the Preservation Society of Pawtucket, 1990

Building type: Two-story brick with minimum pitch roof and overhang. 6 over 6 double-hung windows in segmental arched opening with granite stone sills.

Originally the Easton and Burnham Machine Company.

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