Sophisticated residences have returned to historic Province Street, where prominent Bostonians first strolled the streets two centuries ago. 45 PROVINCE now rises from what was once the site of Province House originally used as the governor’s residence and then as the state government center until the current State House was built.

Located just across from Old City Hall, 45 PROVINCE sits at the foot of Beacon Hill and Boston Common. We are within easy walking distance to shopping, restaurants, public parks, theaters, public transportation, the Financial District, Government Center, the North End and the waterfront. 45 PROVINCE residents enjoy convenient access routes to the North and South Shores, New Hampshire, the Cape and beyond.

Rated, by, as a "Walkers Paradise", 45 PROVINCE ranks a 95 out of 100 for its accessibility to area amenities and is a "Rider’s Paradise" with a perfect 100 Transit Accessibility Score.

45 PROVINCE provides the best lifestyle locale for city living with easy accessibility to the myriad of options and amenities available to Boston city dwellers. For the latest neighborhood news, visit