Constructed between 1902-1903, the Audrain Building is one of four buildings that form a distinguished central block within Newport. Completely renovated in 2014 to house some of the rarest cars on earth, the Audrain building now serves as a fine example of historic resurgence.
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Address: 222 Bellevue Avenue, 02840, Newport, Rhode Island (RI), USA, North America
Coordinates: 41.482076, -71.308245
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