The 45 Province luxury condominium tower in downtown Boston is getting some very young occupants.
The Torit Language Center Montessori school will occupy two floors — using the space for six classrooms and several related spaces. The operation will open to young charges aged six weeks through 12 years beginning this fall.“This facility will be a great asset for the residents who live in the area and encourage other families to live in our downtown,” Mayor Thomas M. Menino said in a prepared statement.
“By partnering with the Torit Language Center Montessori and bringing this innovative school into our building, we continue our commitment to both our residents and our downtown neighborhood,” Audrey Epstein Reny, director of marketing for the Abbey Group, said in a prepared statement. “This newest amenity reinforces our family friendly environment and adds another level of convenience for parents living at 45 Province. We are in the heart of the city, are home to a wide group of residents and appreciate the global curriculum that Torit School teaches its students.”
Abbey group says 45 Province has 137 units — 42 of them sold and 12 reserved or under agreement.
Press release from Boston Business Journal