South Street Landing

South Street Landing is home to more than 400 Brown employees who work in nearly a dozen administrative units of the University.

Visiting South Street Landing

Street Address

350 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903

Parking and Transportation

Visitor parking, for non-Brown staff, is available at the South Street Landing Garage located at 330 Eddy Street. With prior arrangements, visitor parking can be validated at the Brown reception desk located on the 4th floor. Validation costs will be the responsibility of each department. Brown staff visiting from South Street Landing are encouraged to take the Brown University Shuttle

Accessing the Building

All Brown visitors should follow the marked signs and use the elevators on the east side of the building to proceed to the lobby on the fourth floor. There, you will be greeted by a receptionist who will contact the Brown staff member with whom you are meeting.

About South Street Landing

Brown University is the anchor tenant in South Street Landing, a $220 million redevelopment project in Providence’s Jewelry District bringing new life to an iconic but long-abandoned station that once provided electrical power to the city. Brown's role in sparking the robust public-private partnership that resulted in South Street Landing reflects the University's goal to catalyze economic growth in the Jewelry District, Providence and Rhode Island.

In addition to Brown University offices, it also houses the Rhode Island Nursing Education Center (where Rhode Island College and University of Rhode Island share facilities) and a 744-space parking garage.

As stated in Brown's Building on Distinction strategic plan, the University’s vision for Brown in the Jewelry District is to be a partner in the development of a vibrant ecosystem of academics, commerce and innovation. Brown has invested more than $200 million in the Jewelry District, including the state-of-the-art Warren Alpert Medical School education building, the School of Professional Studies, the Laboratories for Molecular Medicine, and more.

South Street Landing is also central to the University’s efforts to make space available on College Hill for academic departments and centers, and to offer new spaces to promote interdisciplinary collaboration, entrepreneurship and student activities.

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