745 Boylston Street
- Redeveloped in 1988
- Square Feet: 109,000
- Available Space: 7,500 SF and executive office suites
745 Boylston Street is an 8-story, 109,000 square foot office and retail building located in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay between Exeter and Fairfield Streets. 745 Boylston is one of Boston’s true “jewel box” office buildings and features distinctive architecture, executive underground parking, on site management, ownership and security, and prime retail space with over 200 feet of frontage along Boylston Street.
The building was originally constructed in 1903 as two historic Back Bay buildings. The current structure was completely reconstructed in 1988 and further upgraded in 1998 and 1999. The building is a strong example of Boston’s world-class charm with a glazed terra cotta and brick facade, bold ornamentation, a two-story copper mansard roof, seven bays of Chicago style windows and private outdoor terraces on the 7th and 8th floors.
745 Boylston Street is situated in the heart of Boston’s strongest retail and commercial district located directly across the street from The Prudential Center, Mandarin Oriental, and Saks Fifth Avenue. The Back Bay has an attractive mix of avant-garde art galleries, bookstores, cafes, boutiques, and nationally recognized restaurants and shops such as Abe & Louie’s, Atlantic Fish Co., Restoration Hardware, and Crate and Barrel. The Boylston Street corridor is a bustling neighborhood with tourists, shoppers, students, office workers, and residents. The cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Back Bay is electric and creates a strong allure to office and retail tenants alike.
745 Boylston features prominent tenants including the Verizon Wireless Destination Store (one of only four Verizon Destination Stores among 1,700+ company-operated locations nationwide, and the first of its kind to open on the East Coast), Max Brenner, Travelex, and SnapSuites.