Co-Working Firm Regus Leases Second Boston Spaces Location
Posted By: Boston City Properties
Spaces has officially opened its second location in the city of Boston, continuing its ongoing efforts to establish a massive footprint in major metro markets across the U.S. Spaces will now occupy 38,000 square feet across the first and second floors of 75 State Street, a 31-story, 390-foot-tall office tower that was built in 1987. With its postmodernist architectural style and grand lobby, the building, which was designed by Boston-based Gund Architects, has an eclectic and interesting ambiance that is sure to attract co-working space lessees in droves – that’s what Spaces is banking on.
Located as it is within close proximity of North Station and South Station as well as Faneuil Hall, the building offers remarkable accessible for professionals across industries of all sizes and scopes. The two stations are within walking distance, which is a major selling point. The building offers an array of prime amenities, including an on-site café; a rooftop deck; a wellness room; a gym; and yoga classes.
Spaces State Street offers private offices, dedicated desks, fully equipped meeting rooms and a business club. There are also collaborative lounge areas where tenants can network and socialize. The site also includes lightning-fast Wi-Fi connections and is fully serviced by administrative staff. The skyscraper in which Spaces is now leasing space obtained LEED Gold certification in 2010 – another advantage that makes it an attractive option for a cutting-edge company like Spaces.
Stay tuned to Boston City Properties for more information on co-working spaces in the Boston area.