Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce a sales and marketing partnership with the iconic Arcade Providence. The firm is listing the residential micro-lofts and offering residents the opportunity to own a small attractive living space in the most recognizable building in the center of downtown Providence. The condominiums are listed by Cheryl Andreozzi, Sales Associate.
Offered for sale for the first time, the units are efficiently designed to provide a unique opportunity to live in an urban environment close to Providence’s universities, restaurants, hospitals, and the financial district. The dwellings feature built-in seating, bed frame, and storage. Equipped with a dishwasher, apartment-sized refrigerator, microwave and wall-mounted television, each unit is move-in ready. The upper residential floors are accessible by elevator or stairs, and common spaces are private and secure. The Arcade Providence offers bike storage and a ramp located on the lower level. Public transportation, such as the AMTRAK train and RIPTA bus system, is just a short walk away.
Built in 1828, the Arcade Providence is the nation’s oldest indoor shopping mall and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976. The distinguished Greek Revival architecture, such as the interior atrium and exterior façade and six Ionic 45 foot high columns, still stands barely touched. Watching over Westminster and Weybosset Streets, the first-floor retail community includes dining, unique shops, and salon services.
Cheryl Andreozzi states, “I am honored to be representing the Arcade Providence Residences. Granoff Associates LLC has entrusted Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty with the sale and marketing of the micro-condos, in a groundbreaking adaptive reuse development, built originally as one of the oldest enclosed shopping malls in the United States of America.”
For more information about available units, please contact Cheryl Andreozzi.