The Hay and Owen Buildings are a pair of historic commercial buildings at 101 and 117-135 Dyer Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The Owen Building (101 Dyer), built in 1868, is a five story building with four full floors and a fifth under its mansard roof. It was built for George and Smith Owen, whose sons operated a wholesale yarn business on the premises. The Hay Building is larger four-story structure, built in 1867 for Alexander Duncan, a as a speculative business venture. The two buildings are survivors of the era when the Weybosset Hill area was a center of Providence's commercial port.