Boston Neighborhoods at a Glance

Additional Neighborhoods Include:

Beacon Hill

Bay Village

Copley

East Cambridge

East Point Channel

Fenway

Financial District

Innovation District

Inner Belt

Jamaica Plain

Government Center

Leather District

Newbury Street

Newmarket

North Station

Park Street

South Station

One of the oldest cities in the United States and capital of Massachusetts, Boston is a vibrant city filled with endless things to do, a world-renowned education and a booming commercial real estate market. Boston is home to more than 2,000 startups and industries spanning from law, life science, biotechnology, financial services and many more. Traditionally recognized as a city with a local economy driven by financial services, Boston & Cambridge have emerged as a world leader in the innovation economy as well over the last ten years. Boston is among the top 30 most economically powerful cities in the world. 

Major corporations that call Boston home include GE, Reebok, WayFair, PTC, State Street Bank, RueLaLa, Bain Capital, Innerscope Research and Vertex Pharmaceuticals - to name just a few companies headquartered in Boston. Boston is more than a city, it’s a community that prides itself on innovation, environmental sustainability and philanthropy, with more than 23 locations of coworking space across the city.  

Boston is also known as “The City of Neighborhoods,” with 23 neighborhoods to locate office space in, each with its own vibe and energy. Small businesses looking for office or coworking space can choose from a plethora of options in Boston’s many bustling neighborhoods including Cambridge, Seaport, Back Bay, The Leather District or Downtown Crossing (DTX) to get access to all of the amenities that come along with being in the heart of the city. Entrepreneurs looking for less expensive office space for lease, yet still accessible to downtown Boston can look at Somerville, Charlestown, Watertown or Medford. Being an older city, Boston’s office market can accommodate any look, feel and image its companies seek with a great mix of newer high-rise towers and smaller, more historic office buildings that may have a more creative, loft feel as well as coworking space throughout the city. 

Small business owners who want to lease office space in a city rich in culture and history as well as a highly-educated workforce should start their search with Truss. Truss wants to get your business a great deal that makes sense for you and your team on a great workspace your whole team will love. Be in control of finding your next office space to lease. Our online platform makes comparing space easy with our all-in pricing. Start your search today and sign a lease in record time with Truss.

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