Rhode Island’s capital city, Providence is the epicenter of the state’s cultural and historical identity. One of the oldest cities in the nation, Providence’s wealth of historical architecture and memory is preserved by organizations such as the Providence Preservation Society and the Historic District Commission. The city is composed of vibrant neighborhoods, each with its own distinct charm and cultural identity. Nestled along College Hill and a network of revitalized rivers, there is a neighborhood in Providence to suit a wide array of lifestyles.
Providence leads the region in innovation and the support of the arts, with Brown and RISD anchoring our reputation as the "creative capital." Providence is known as a destination city for excellent restaurants, bars, and live music. You will find an abundance of acclaimed restaurants, from food trucks to fine dining. Buzzing with coffee shops, independent bookstores, galleries, preparatory schools, world-class hospitals, libraries, and theaters, this little city offers an unbeatable quality of life.
With easy access to MBTA and Amtrak, Providence is centrally located between Boston and New York. Less than 15 minutes south of Providence is TF Green, a medium hub airport that was voted 3rd best in the nation by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler in 2015. Centrally located in the state, and with convenient access to transportation via rail, air, and ferry, Providence is an ideal location for your next home.
Whether you prefer the elegant homes and ample yards of the East Side or the cosmopolitan ease of a state-of-the-art condo downtown, Providence could be the place for you. The agents of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty are eager to share their expertise on the vibrant and unique communities of Rhode Island. To learn more about the distinctive properties and diverse locales that we represent, please contact one of our dedicated agents by calling 401.314.3000 or visit our Providence office at 100 Exchange Street in the Waterplace complex.