33 Arch Street broke ground for construction in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts on June 5th, 2001. Completed in 2004, the building now stands adjacent to the Boston Stock Exchange and is centrally located between Downtown Crossing and the Financial District. This Class A office tower provides outstanding views of the Charles River, Boston Common and State House. In addition, its convenience to public transportation is unparalleled with access to four branches of the MBTA, a five minute walk to South Station and a ten minute commute to Logan International airport.
33 Arch Street was designed to complement both the existing skyline and historical neighborhood. The building is constructed of granite with an aluminum and glass façade and stands 33 stories tall with 603,309 RSF. Twelve floors above grade, the structure extends horizontally over the adjacent retail space, adding over 4,000 SF to each floor. The result is an inventive building that utilizes its tight footprint. The building also houses a garage with 815 spaces, providing ample parking for 33 Arch Street’s tenants and guests.
The property is leased to a high-quality, diversified tenant roster which is led by an international digital marketing and communications agency, a prominent federal government agency, a distinguished law firm and various high end financial services groups. With no significant lease exposure until 2015, the property provides stable near-term cash flow and a balanced rollover profile
In 2010, the property was awarded LEED-Gold Certification for existing buildings, further distinguishing it from its competition. Also in 2012, the building was designated a BOMA 360 Performance Building. This designation illustrates an elite group of properties that have demonstrated that their buildings are managed to the highest standards of excellence.