One Ten Westminster was a proposed high-rise project in Providence, Rhode Island that was canceled in late 2007. Located at the address 110 Westminster Street, the 40-story 520-foot (158m) One Ten would have contained luxury condominiums and claimed the title of the tallest building in Providence, supplanting the 26-floor Bank of America building that was finished in 1927, and would have been the tallest residential building in New England. In early 2007, it was announced that One Ten Westminster would no longer be exclusively a condo property, but incorporate a W hotel. On October 26, 2007, it was announced that the proposal was scrapped, citing a soft housing market from the influx of new building. A 22-story building is expected to replace the record breaker on the site, though will still contain a W hotel.