The 45 Province Soaring over thirty floors with stunning views lies the unique and refined 45 Province Luxury Condominium development. Units include 9-foot floor-to-ceiling windows that of...
The 45 Province
Soaring over thirty floors with stunning views lies the unique and refined 45 Province Luxury Condominium development. Units include 9-foot floor-to-ceiling windows that offer incredible views of the Charles River, the Boston Common, Back Bay, the Financial District, and Boston Harbor. The custom features of the condo units include, walnut entry doors, European style cabinets, and crystallized bathroom vanities, making each home feel both unique and elegant.
A short list of amenities are as follows: library, fireside lounge, screening room, rooftop terrace and garden, resident dining room and catering kitchen, full service restaurant, swimming pool, 24-hour concierge, and valet parking. The perks continue with Exhale’s first private integrated mind-body spa, fitness center, and meditation lounge. The building is conveniently located in a central location at the foot of Beacon Hill and within walking distance from the Financial District, Government Center, and North End. The location paired with the numerous amenities makes for one luxurious lifestyle.
45 Province Luxury Condominiums were redeveloped by well-known Boston developer, The Abbey Group. The Abbey Group is known for its exceptional design and construction and has been redeveloping historic building in Boston for well over 30 years. The Group put a team together that consisted of interior designer Celeste Cooper, the Duffy Design Group, and Suffolk Construction. These leading firms worked together to create a modern architectural design that brilliantly incorporates the Financial District’s height and splendor.
Contact Building Specialist Joe Baglio at 617-669-4414 for more information.
|List No||Floor||List Price||Size (SF)||Beds/ Baths||Price/ Foot||Date Listed|
|1602||16||$1,650,000||2 / 2||1197.39||18-Oct-2018|
|1406||14||$1,450,000||1405||2 / 2||1032.03||10-Jan-2019|