Providence Multi Family Homes for Sale

The accolades and recognitions given to Providence, Rhode Island, are many. It has been named the third favorite city in the nation, fourth quirkiest city in the U.S., and best city for foodies. This unique community perfectly balances the friendliness of a small, close-knit town with the sophistication and culture of a big metro city. Over the past fifty years, the city has experienced a radical transformation and now has outstanding hotels, a vibrant arts community, a well-known restaurant scene, diverse neighborhoods, and a multitude of things to do. With so much to offer, Providence is an excellent choice for prospective homebuyers in New England.

Among the many advantages of owning Providence real estate, is the ability to easily enjoy the city’s exciting events and festivals; a perfect example is Providence Restaurant Weeks. As one of the country’s hottest culinary destinations, Providence hosts this fabulous event every year. When you are resident, you can easily enjoy Restaurant Weeks and the culinary creations of the almost one hundred restaurants that participate. In addition to the exciting events, the city also has opportunities to enjoy the arts at destinations like the Providence Art Club, the second oldest art club in the U.S., after New York City’s Salmagundi Club. In addition to the artistic treasures inside, the Club is designated a National Historic Landmark and boasts a beautiful Arts and Crafts architectural style that can be enjoyed from the street.

Beyond these appealing features, Providence encompasses many other attractions and points of interest, such as Alex and Ani City Center. Twice the size of NYC’s Rockefeller Center, this 14,00 square-foot outdoor ice rink is a year-round facility that also offers bumper cars. Designated a National Landmark, the Crescent Park Looff Carousel is another local favorite you'll want to visit. In addition to these venues, there is a seemingly endless array of recreational opportunities, which also contribute to the appeal of Providence real estate. Speaking of real estate, Providence encompasses many truly remarkable neighborhoods, each welcoming and affording their own unique personalities and advantages. Within these Providence communities, you’ll find things to eat, see, and do, along with lovely homes to buy. Providence neighborhoods include Downtown Providence, intersected by Weybosset, Westminister, and Washington Streets, and the historic Federal Hill neighborhood which stretches across Atwells Avenue. There are historic and cultural sites and homes in the College Hill neighborhood, while the area around West Fountain Street and Broadway fall in the West End community. Thayer Street is a vibrant area in the Brown University neighborhood, and along the Seekonk River, you’ll find Wayland Square. Any one of these would be a delightful place to live.

On the East Side of Providence is the Hope Street/Summit neighborhood, and if you are looking for a diverse, relaxed, and walkable community, consider Fox Point along Wickenden Street. Broad Street is most well known for its international atmosphere, Silver Lake & Olneyville are known for their Italian heritage, and the RiverWalk is known for its charming shops and restaurants. Each is distinct an affords homebuyers unique amenities. Elmhurst and Mount Pleasant are known for delicious bakeries and vibrant restaurants, while the Elmwood area is the epicenter of multiculturalism in Providence and is located directly off Instate 95. The Jewelry/Innovation District is easily identified by the iconic towers of the Narragansett Electric Company, and bordering Downtown, the Smith Hill community is where you’ll find the state government and businesses. Throughout these many distinct communities, you’ll find diverse Providence real estate opportunities. There are single-family homes in Providence of all ages, sizes, and architectural styles. Because of the great variety of Providence properties, listing prices fall in a broad range and include options for singles, couples, families, empty-nesters, and retirees. If you would like to learn more about homes for sale in Providence, Rhode Island, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.