Home to Newbury St, Copley Plaza, the Prudential Center and the John Hancock Building, start your search in one of Boston’s hottest office markets
Boston’s historic Back Bay market is comprised of nearly 16 million square feet (SF) of office space. A majority of the space, 13.3 million SF, is Class A office space. Back Bay, once known for shopping on Newbury Street, as well as its historic locations such as Copley Square and the Boston Public Library, has become one of Boston’s hottest office markets.
Today Back Bay consistently has Boston’s lowest vacancy rate and highest asking rents. Over the past couple of decades a number of law firms and financial service companies that once called the financial district home have relocated to the Back Bay. Today many companies find that what attracted them to the Back Bay; numerous dining options, shopping, housing, as well as convenient commute from the western suburbs, has also allowed them to attract the brightest and most talented work force. Some of the most well know addresses in Back Bay, The Prudential Center and John Hancock Tower, are home to some of Boston’s most prestigious companies, including Bain Capital and Ropes & Gray