David DeQuattro

Station Row Apartments: The Second Part of the Capital Cove Development

The Station Row Apartments, situated along the beautiful Moshassuck River, is the second phase of the three-part development. The multi-phased project is committed to utilizing green construction materials and has been built to meet Gold LEED Design Guidelines.

The first phase of the project was finished in 2005, and the second phase was restarted in 2015 and marked complete as the trees began losing their leaves in 2019.

Below, David DeQuattro discusses the benefits of Station Row, the utilization of modern technology in construction, and the popularity with commuters.

Vibrant Living and Working

Station Row contains a 169 residential apartments with enclosed parking areas alongside a purpose-built leasing office, various amenity spaces, a gorgeous rooftop patio, and additional community areas.

Those lucky to claim an apartment in Station Row benefit from the views of the Capital Building on one side and the Roger Williams National Park on the other. Residents also receive uninterrupted pedestrian access to key transportation links along the Riverwalk, as well as entertainment and dining opportunities.

Excellently positioned along Canal Street adjacent to the Providence train station in the Capitol District, the $42 million project is noted for being the first establishment built with Rebuild RI tax credits.

While many were initially concerned about the proximity to the commuter and Amtrak rail lines due to the noise production, the project’s developers successfully addressed and negated the problem. Thus, Station Row residents can expect the best from their brand-new apartments.

A Look into the Apartments Themselves

The apartments consist of studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom homes with modern interior design and efficient energy ratings. Station Row has been constructed with the creative commuters of Providence in mind.

Phase two of the Capital Cove development has been constructed with a wood frame over steel and concrete podiums, working to stretch across the existing Amtrak Railway Culvert.

The homes are set to redefine city life with open-plan, light-filled layouts, up-to-date appliances, huge windows, and attractive, high ceilings.

The kitchens are spacious, with many sitting next to airy living rooms decorated in a modern yet homely style. As for the bathrooms, they come complete with storage space, above-the-mirror lighting, conveniently located sockets for shavers, and decent-sized bathtubs with showerheads.

Regardless of the apartment size chosen, residents will receive panoramic views of Providence’s breathtaking skyline.

David DeQuattro

Modern Apartments in an Interesting Location

Interestingly, the site’s location used to be a ship cove. As time passed, the land was backfilled to create developable land. To ensure the load-bearing capacity of the earth was suitable for the establishment, contractors used a variety of improvement techniques, including rigid inclusions and rammed aggregate piers.

The Place to Be for Commuters

Thanks to its proximity to major transport links, commuters will love the delightfully decorated apartments. Station row is a very much welcome addition to the area, showcasing the community’s rapid cultural and creative revival. Complete with riverside walks to amenities, residents obtain many benefits from living here.