A Building As Desirable As The Location

601 Congress Street is a LEED Platinum Property offering a one-of-a-kind corporate headquarters opportunity for users seeking space in Boston

A Unique Full-Building Opportunity, 50,000 - 482,000 RSF Available

601 Congress is situated in the heart of Boston’s Seaport District, and is now available for lease. Its floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping views of the Boston Harbor and Skyline offer light filled, flexible work spaces that will inspire employees and enhance workplace performance. 

An Amenity Rich Environment For The Modern Work Force

601 Congress offers amenities such as a six-story atrium and event space, a rooftop garden, two outdoor roof decks, a conference center, fitness center, cafe, bike storage and much more.

Boston’s Most Dynamic & Energized Neighborhood

Boston’s hottest neighborhood, the Seaport District has emerged as the city’s top destination for fast growing, innovative firms seeking to attract and retain talent. The neighborhood has endless dining options, popular nightlife destinations, boutique retail shops, luxury residential properties and unique hotel concepts.

Efficient Building Systems For A Sustainable Work Environment

Column Spacing

Building constructed with minimum
interior columns

Ceiling Height

Floors 2 & 3  –  14’ 2”
Floor 5 – 14  –  12’ 7”

HVAC

(3) 500-ton cooling tower,  (2) 600 ton and
 (1) 200 ton centrifugal chiller

Density

Flexible work spaces designed
for 100 SF per person

Efficiency

Curtain wall design reduces energy
costs by as much as 6%

11 Elevators

 (9) passenger, (1) freight,
(2) garage elevators

601 Congress Media Coverage

The Free Bus To Get Around The Seaport?
Beats The Gondola

 


Published by The Boston Globe

 

The Seaport District gondola dream is over, but another transportation fix is making the rounds: A (potentially free) bus service.

The proposal by the Seaport Transportation Management Association calls for a fleet of small buses that would circulate within the Seaport, making seven stops — including ones outside South Station, the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, and the Innovation and Design Building.