Communities adjacent to Providence’s industrial front are densely populated. In many cases, these areas lack access to environmental infrastructures such as parks, healthy food, and safe recreational spaces. Wealthier population in other zones throughout the city comparatively have much better access. Providence’s waterfront has enormous potential for community transitions and economic development that could benefit a larger radius past the site. Current industrial operations threaten the future sustainability of the relationship between the city and its waterfront. There is an almost constant release of dangerous and toxic chemicals on site. The proposal will remediate toxins affecting the soil by introducing a soil-washing facility and phytotechnology with the goal of developing ways for an ecologically beneficial waterfront.