About 25 Mill Street
25 Mill Street, known as "Fire Station No. 1” is a mixed-use property and is one of the most
recognizable structures in Newport. It can be found on the National Register of Historic
Properties. One of a kind features include original brass fire pole, 12' high ceilings, private roof
deck, and a 65 foot lookout tower with views of the Newport Harbor that are beyond compare.
Firehouse No. 1 was originally constructed in 1885 to house one of the first organized fire
companies in the country. In 1991, local residents restored it and have lovingly maintained the
property since. Now, modern amenities combine seamlessly with historic charm, and 6,500+
square feet of indoor and outdoor entertainment space offer a multitude of options for the next
"This buyer knew exactly what he wanted - a unique showstopper in Newport’s Historic Hill
neighborhood," said buyer rep, Tom Rao of Hogan Associates. "‘Fire Station No. 1’ struck a
chord with him immediately, and the deal came together in a matter of days. As a Historic Hill
resident, I was thrilled to be involved in the transfer of this iconic property."