Armory Properties’ Agents
Jane believes that historic city residences are one-of-a-kind antiques that offer good design and irreplaceable features. Residents who rediscover these homes share many qualities and together are building strong, vibrant, and diverse communities throughout Providence.
Jane graduated from Wheaton College in 1986 with a degree in Fine Arts and moved to the Fox Point neighborhood in 1987. Jane bought her first home, a stick-style Victorian, in the Elmwood district of Providence in 1989. She is now renovating and living in a Colonial Revival era home that had been a bank foreclosure. She has raised two children, who are now teenagers, in the Elmwood neighborhood.
Jane’s specialty is working with prospective owner occupants, her mission is to save old houses and build strong vibrant communities. Jane loves being a Realtor and is currently a Broker of Armory Properties.
Peter was born in northern Rhode Island and lived in the City of Providence until eleven years old. His family moved to the Town of East Greenwich where he attended Bishop Hendricken and graduated in 1980. Peter went on to college to study geography and anthropology where he earned a B.S. from Rhode Island College.
Peter and his family have been involved in the business of real estate for many years and appreciate fine homes. Peter's background has been developed by maintaining, managing and building historical property. The talents of his father were passed down to Peter and his brother B.J. Dupre who is also in real estate. The Armory Revival Company, Armory Properties parent company, has developed award-winning projects in Providence county. Peter owns and cares for several multi-families located primarily in the City of Providence. His love of historic homes as well as architecture in general has given him a greater understanding and great appreciation for all that is involved with the building of historic homes. He has been awarded the Historical House Specialist award offered by Providence Preservation Society.
Peter became a licensed real estate associate in 2000 and is married with two terrific children. He is an avid sailor who loves Narragansett Bay and currently lives in southern Rhode Island.
Tod Damon grew up in Springfield, Massachusetts also known as the “City of Homes”. Throughout childhood he was regularly taken on historic home tours; he considers the This Old House TV program the start of a more functional interest. In 2000 he graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a BFA concentration in Interior Design. With Penn State University’s Architectural program Tod studied abroad in Rome, Italy, where an interest in landscape design and urban planning took root.
Alongside his love of the arts, Tod had maintained a separate managerial role, that of package operations then facility engineering at UPS from 1992-2005. From here he was able to understand the business side of running a large company and the responsibilities of service to the customer. In 2005 he left UPS to take on a new position within Stop & Shop’s facilities group and now maintains a portfolio of forty-two locations, covering all aspects of each buildings maintenance.
His home is an 1893 shingle-style Victorian located in a national historic district on the city’s West Side. Purchased three years ago, the home needed some updating and a refocus on the property’s landscaping. As a bonus an original carriage house, unique with five sides and over two-thousand square feet of space inside sits mournfully at the rear of the property. His dream is to restore this structure to its original glory before the elements take it away forever. Since moving into the neighborhood Tod has won awards for contributing to the city’s tree canopy by organizing multiple tree plantings, assisted the local neighborhood group in a historic battle for proper installations of gas meters and started a neighborhood email system. His recognition of making a neighborhood a place not just to live but a place to be involved has energized others to do the same.
Tod joined Armory Properties in 2010 to bring his love of historic homes and sense of community to each person who is seeking that next place to call home.