One of the positive effects on Boston’s economy is the 350,000 students that attend the colleges and universities in the area that include Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
With such an abundance of talent available a number of industries have been attracted to the city to be close to that talent pool.
It is one of the most economically powerful cities in the country and the world and especially ideal for companies looking to connect with the best minds in science, technology and industry.
Even though it is a city known for its innovation, there is a sense of old-world ambiance about the city making it a most pleasant place to live and work.
A closer look at Boston
The following areas are the most popular in which to rent office space in Los Angeles:
- Home of the central business district
- Mainly made up of low-rise buildings, interspersed with modern skyscrapers
- Financial District located near the Government Center and Chinatown is home to a number of company headquarters including State Street Bank and Eastern Bank as well as strong presences from major players such as Bank of America and Merrill Lynch
- Situated next to Downtown and famous for its rows of Victorian brownstone homes
- Fashionable shopping district
- Home to a number of prominent landmark buildings that include New England’s two tallest buildings, the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Center
- The Hynes Convention Center is located here, one of three major convention centers in the city
- One of the oldest neighborhoods in the whole country
- Home to the ‘Innovation District’, an area by the waterfront that is popular with coworking spaces rented by technology and creative companies
- Also home to the two other major convention centers in the city, the Seaport World Trade Center and Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
- The South Boston Waterfront Area also contains a number of hotels and restaurants and has seen much investment in recent year
*Last updated on 1 July 2015