Corporate Boston Virtual Office Deals
The sun is shining brightly, coffee is brewed, and your presentation is cued up. Everything is in order and you are five minutes from a meeting with a potential investor. It’s time to put on those finishing touches that will set the stage to secure that deal.
So you close your shades.
Seems backwards, doesn’t it? If you’re thinking to yourself “I’ve done that,” don’t fret. It’s safe to say that no one is impressed by the stale brick wall of the building next door. But by closing the shade and covering it up, you are missing out on valuable opportunities to impress and engage. What you need is a better view.
I’m sure you’re thinking “that’s easier said than done!” or “that sort of luxury is out of my business’ budget.” Stop. Let Boston Offices upgrade your view without breaking the bank. Our flexible virtual office space on the 26th floor of Boston’s prestigious building, One Boston Place, offers a view of Boston’s skyline, on demand, when you need it.
Here are the top 7 sights to view when you book your Boston Offices temporary office space:
- The Prudential Center
One of Boston’s largest buildings, The Prudential Center is a staple of the Boston skyline and your West facing touch down office offers a clear view. Be inspired by the view of the sun setting just behind this building. After work take a client to the impressive Top of the Hub restaurant located on the 52nd floor.
- Boston Commons and Public gardens
Charming, relaxing and just a 5 minute walk from your virtual office, these green spaces offer a quick escape from the bustling feel of the city. Enjoy ice skating on Frog Pond or a quick Frisbee game in Boston Common. You could also take a stroll through America’s first public botanical garden in the Public gardens. Adjacent, but incredibly unique, both green spaces offer beautiful sights and incredibly rich history. Your office space offers a magnificent view of both.
- Boston’s Waterfront
Said to be one of Boston’s hottest up and coming neighborhoods, the Waterfront hosts a variety of high end venues, businesses, food and shopping. Break up your day by taking a stroll along the Harborwalk or The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. Or stop by the popular restaurant, The Barking Crab on your way to The New England Aquarium. All of this and only a 10-15 minute walk from your virtual off space. Enjoy the view and plan out your journey before you step out!
- USS Constitution
The oldest ship in America, the USS Constitution was built in 1797. She was nicknamed “Old Ironsides” during the war of 1812 when canons fired from Britain’s HMS Guerriere seemed to bounce off the ship’s hull as if it were made of iron. Paul Revere himself made the ship’s copper fastenings. Our East facing offices offer a spectacular view of this historic beauty.
- The North End
Craving the best cannoli in town? Look out of your virtual office window to view Boston’s North End. With the highest concentration of Italian restaurants, bakeries and residents, this neighborhood boasts some of the finest in food and pastries. But when it comes to the ever coveted title of “Best Cannoli,” locals will debate Modern and Mike’s to the grave. Luckily, both of these are a mere 15 minute walk from your virtual office space. Next time you touch down it may be time to finally decide who the true Cannoli-King is!
- Downtown Crossing
Boston’s unique pedestrian only shopping district. Downtown Crossing is located at the intersection of Winter, Summer and Washington Streets. This shopping mecca is a mere 3 minutes from Boston Offices’ virtual office space. Take a look out of your office window to view how busy it is. Then head down and grab some Chipotle and a pair of shoes from DSW between your 12pm and 2pm meeting without breaking a sweat!
- Faneuil Hall
Built in 1742 by Peter Faneuil, Boston’s wealthiest merchant, Faneuil Hall was a gift to the city and has remained a significant meeting space, market place and attraction since its construction. View while you make a call or stroll over to enjoy street performers, shopping and a bite at Quincy Market.
Take advantage of all the sites that Boston has to offer. Impress your clients with your view and knowledge of Boston’s city scape. Save money. Get the best of both worlds. With Boston Offices you can work from home on a rainy day and be inspired by the sunset over the Prudential Center when it’s clear. Stop shutting the shade on opportunity.
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