-The banner wrapped on the exterior of 76 Dorrance Street announces that the end of the conversion of office space into residential units is near-
Joseph R. Paolino, Jr., managing partner of Paolino Properties, a real estate holding company, today announced that reservations may now be made for microloft, studio, and one-bedroom apartments at the Case-Mead Lofts, 76 Dorrance Street, in the heart of downtown Providence.
“The banner that currently encases Case-Mead highlights the conversion of this historic building from offices to residential living and brings a ‘New York City vibe’ to the corner of Dorrance and Weybosset Streets,” Paolino said. “In the center of downtown with its shops, restaurants, arts and entertainment, and public transportation, and in close proximity to colleges and the East Side, the location can’t be beat. And all of the 44 units are efficiently designed, extremely functional and sophisticated.”
High-end finishes and appliances, such as custom cabinetry and quartz countertops provide a sense of luxury in each unit. Each unit offers a full kitchen, built-in wardrobe, a washer/dryer unit, walk-in shower and large windows providing an abundance of natural light and views of the city.
Constructed in 1859, the Case-Mead Building was originally designed as a four-story structure. The fifth story was added on in 1906 during extensive renovations, creating the building’s unique façade.
Paolino Properties housed their offices in Case-Mead for many years, relocating to 100 Westminster Street in late 2014.
Units range from $900 to $1,850 monthly. Expected date of occupancy is December 2017.
To reserve a unit or for further information, please call Paolino Properties at 401/274-6611 or click here.