A Fated Pair

Two Providence developments enhance suburb’s rejuvenated downtown

The village of Palatine has two new additions to its already reinvigorated downtown: the Providence, an eight-story luxury condo building, and its lower-priced four-story neighbor, Providence Lofts. The paired projects-both designed by the architect Jim Tinaglia of Arlington Heights and developed by the Hummel Group of Palatine-have a combined total of 112 condos.


From $255,000
to $1.4 million

The two developments share a homeowners association and a rooftop terrace, but are otherwise very different. In the Providence, the finishes are more lavish and the floor plans more spacious than in the Lofts. The largest available unit is a 5,120-square-foot four-bedroom condo spread across three levels; the price is $1.4 million and includes six balconies. The biggest loft is an 1,170-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath unit priced at $324,000. At press time there were 22 units still for sale, 13 of them in the Providence and nine in the Lofts. Some are ready for immediate occupancy.





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