Downtown Crossing becoming exclusive address ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page David L. Ryan/Globe Staff This year, four of Boston's 30 highest-priced units can be found at 45 Province St., each selling for about $4 million or more. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff 45 Province is 90 percent sold at prices that suggest the pent-up aspirations of the neighborhood may not be so farfetched. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Renewed activity in Downtown Crossing, particularly the revival of the Filene's project, has added to buyers' confidence. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The average sales price in Downtown Crossing has exceeded the Back Bay's by about $100,000, according to Boston-based firm Otis & Ahearn. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The district used to be the premier shopping destination for Boston, but has struggled to maintain its vitality. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff "That neighborhood has finally gotten some traction," said Diane Valle, the owner of Boston Portfolio Properties.