374 Congress Street

374 Congress St, Boston, MA, 02210

Setting up shop at 374 Congress Street would give your company a chance to take advantage of Boston’s blooming Seaport District. Experience its bright, open workspaces while being in the middle of one of the city’s hottest neighborhoods. 

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Building Information
  • Office Space
  • Coworking Space
  • Built in the 1900s
  • 6 Floors
  • Class B Building
Amenities & Features
  • On Site Parking
  • Lobby Security
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Building Information
  • Office Space
  • Coworking Space
  • Built in the 1900s
  • 6 Floors
  • Class B Building
Amenities & Features
  • On Site Parking
  • Lobby Security
Walk Score®
78
Very Walkable
Transit Score®
91
Rider's Paradise
Bike Score®
76
Very Bikeable

Boston’s Seaport District has undergone a lot of development over the last few years. You have an opportunity to contribute to this growth when locating your business at 374 Congress Street. This five-story property has various available offices that would be perfect for a dynamic company such as yours. When you do, you’ll be participating in one of the city’s busiest hubs for innovation and cutting-edge technologies. The waterfront district has become a haven for industries such as health care information technology and mobile media.

As a fast-growing neighborhood, Seaport has attracted a number of hip new restaurants and bars to the area. If you’d rather spend your lunch hour doing something more intellectually stimulating, the Institute of Contemporary Art just opened a facility overlooking the water. There’s even an outdoor park where you can play grown-up versions of your favorite games. Along with commercial spaces and gathering spots, the neighborhood also has seen a lot of residential development. This address could present you with a unique work-life balance.

Even if you don’t live near the building, however, it’s easy to get to and from the area. It’s close to multiple modes of public transportation. The MBTA Silver and Red Lines run through it, as well as the city’s commuter rail and bus services.

Inside the building, you can enjoy elegant turn-of-the-century architecture that includes high ceilings, hardwood flooring and large windows. The property would give you a bright, spacious workspace for your employees to feel comfortable and productive.