45 Province Boston Condos for Sale & Rent
Search all ultra-luxury condo listings for sale and apartments for rent at 45 Province St Boston MA 02108. 45 Province Boston condos are sophisticated, elegant, and true luxury full-service. The 32-story Boston condo development with floor-to-ceiling windows towers above Beacon Hill and Midtown Boston neighborhoods and boast amazing panoramic city views, including the Charles River, the Back Bay, Boston Common and the Public Garden, the State House, and Boston Harbor.
45 Province Boston Downtown Luxury Condo Living
Historically known as Governor’s Alley, and home to the Government House for sitting governors of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts along with the first governor’s mansion, Province Street nestled in the Beacon Hill and Midtown neighborhoods of Boston now boasts one of Boston’s ultra-luxury condo developments, 45 Province.
The 32-story high-rise condominium tower celebrated its grand opening in June 2009. In the years prior, construction of 45 Province by Suffolk bull-dozed the famous Littlest Bar of Boston to build the 137-unit premier luxury boutique building equipped with an endless list of amenities: 24/7 concierge, deeded valet garage parking, a resident only spa (Exhale), a four-season pool, hot tub, cold plunge, spa treatment room, fitness studio, a common “parlor” club level that features a library, lounge, and screening room, and 33rd-floor roof deck.
45 Province condos offer stunning city views few residential living spaces in Boston can offer. Condos are well equipped with Sub-Zero, Miele, and Bosch appliances, and many units have private terraces. The Beacon Hill Midtown location, coupled with valet garage parking, provides easy access to shops, dining, MBTA, and major roadways.
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