Inside the Ultra-modern 45 Province

With high-end additions and exclusive amenities, the ultra-modern 45 Province is an exceptional place to call home in the Boston area. Buyers and renters can typically choose from a studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, or three-bedroom condo in the building.

In all, there are more than 130 condos in the high-rise building to consider, making it a newer construction option for Boston. While a studio may start at around 550 square feet of living space, you may find a one-bedroom with around 1,000 square feet of living space. 

It’s also possible to find a larger penthouse unit in the building with well upwards of 2,500 square feet, or sometimes upwards of 3,000 square feet of living space. The floorplans vary greatly, from loft-style units to sometimes duplex units.

The penthouse units offer the added luxury of direct elevator access, while you will also likely find floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces for admiring the views. Inside some of the private residences you’ll find such high-end features and finishes as stone and quartz kitchen counters and bamboo hardwood flooring.

You will also likely find Bosch, Miele, and Sub-Zero appliances, and sometimes marble baths in some of the upper units of 45 Province. As for some of its amenities, 45 Province offers a four-seasons, outdoor swimming pool, a roof garden, a gym, plus spa rooms that are part of Exhale Spa.

Other options include a screening room and library. There is also a full-service restaurant in the building, along with a catering kitchen and a residential dining room. Additionally, you’ll find some lounge rooms, plus the full-service building offers some valet parking, 24-hour concierge service, and the possibility for private storage.

Completed in the late 2000s, the 45 Province high-rise building supplies sweeping views overlooking the Charles River, the Back Bay, Boston Common, Boston Harbor, and the Financial District. In addition, the property is close enough to much of what you need and want in the city already, including public transportation.

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