Our 2-bedroom apartment was fully rehabbed with love in 2018. We are located within the historic Federal Hill neighborhood, a very short walk from many great restaurants, shops, and the downtown area. We also offer free off-street parking for up to two cars, a real treat in the City!
Guests can check in at any time and can conveniently access the apartment via our commercial-grade digital locks. The unit is professionally cleaned before every visit, and the apartment is in a quiet neighborhood just steps from the heart of Federal Hill.
You are your guests will have full access to the first floor apartment, as well as to a common basement where a washing machine and dryer are located.
From Wikipedia, "Federal Hill is bounded by Westminster Street to the south, Route 6 and Route 10 to the west and north, and Interstate 95 to the east. The area borders Downtown to the east, Smith Hill and Valley to the north, Olneyville to the west, and the West End and South Providence to the south.
Gateway Arch over Atwells Avenue. La Pigna sculpture, a traditional symbol of welcome, abundance and quality, hangs from the center.
Detail of La Pigna sculpture on Atwells Avenue gateway arch.
Atwells Avenue is the cultural centerpiece of the neighborhood, with many famous restaurants densely clustered along it between Interstate 95 and Harris Avenue. It also contains a mix of other typical urban businesses such as sandwich and pizza shops, convenience stores, a hotel, and tattoo parlors. The gateway arch over Atwells Avenue near Downtown is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Providence. The La Pigna (or The Pine Cone) sculpture hanging from its center — a traditional Italian symbol of welcome, abundance, and quality — is often mistakenly referred to as "The Pineapple" and has become the symbol of Federal Hill. Other important streets in the neighborhood include Broadway, home primarily to professional, medical and legal offices, but also to the historic Columbus Theater now used for movies and live performances. Other than a commercial and warehouse section in the area of Dean and Washington Streets, most of the rest of the neighborhood is residential, often catering to college students. Johnson and Wales University maintains the Renaissance Hall dormitory on Federal Hill as well."