The residences at 45 Providence Street are setting a new standard for luxury. With a groundbreaking ceremony held on October 19, 2006, attended by Boston Mayor Menino, 45 Province is on its way to redefine the Midtown skyline of Boston as a 32-story $200 million mixed-use development.
The 45 Province tower will be one of the more richly endowed developments in Boston. The completed residences will sport a fitness center and spa, 24-hour concierge, and dining room with catered kitchen. Units will include all stainless kitchens, granite and marble tile, and wine coolers for aficionados. A roof deck will offer residents unparalleled 360-degree city views, and a 295-car valet parking garage will offer residents a coveted parking spot below the city.
With a warm modernism that obviously respects the historic location and offers elegant services reminiscent of the classic New York Park Avenue buildings from the thirties, 45 Province utilizes the most of modern materials, appliances, fixtures, lighting and building systems currently available. With a conglomeration of glass and brick, this cutting-edge 21st Century building is situated between the traditions of Beacon Hill and the energy of the financial district. The design is clean and spare, but remains warm and inviting. It’s urban living at it’s best.