Waterplace Towers

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Waterplace Towers
Waterplace Towers and Blue Cross building.jpg
Waterplace Towers 2 and 1 (left and center), and Blue Cross Headquarters (right), seen from downtown Providence.
General information
TypeResidential, Restaurant
LocationWaterplace Park, Providence 02903, RI, United States
Coordinates41°49′38.36″N 71°24′45.91″W / 41.8273222°N 71.4127528°W / 41.8273222; -71.4127528Coordinates: 41°49′38.36″N 71°24′45.91″W / 41.8273222°N 71.4127528°W / 41.8273222; -71.4127528
Construction started2006
  • 235 ft (72 m)
  • 213 ft (65 m)
Technical details
Floor count
  • 19
  • 17
Design and construction
ArchitectADD Inc.
DeveloperInterContinental Real Estate Corporation

Waterplace Towers is the name of a high-rise residential condominium project in Providence, Rhode Island. The project completed construction in mid-2008, and was developed by Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation.

The two towers, which are 235 feet (72 m) and 213 ft (65 m) high, contain 193 luxury condominiums. The price range for units in the $100 million complex will start at $300,000 and top out at "more than $1 million." Waterplace is named for its location, abutting the Waterplace Park, which hosts Providence's popular Waterfire events. Private balconies and/or window views of Waterfire are expected to be a major selling point for the complex. Underground parking patrolled hourly. Waterplace is one of two recently completed luxury high-rise condominium complexes in downtown Providence, the other being The Residences at the Westin.

The buildings are officially the 7th and 12th-tallest buildings in Providence. The towers finished construction in mid-2008.



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