33 Arch Street broke ground for construction in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts on June 5th, 2001. The Class A tower, completed in 2004, is centrally located between Downtown Crossing and the Financial District. The building provides outstanding views of the Charles River, Boston Common and State House. In addition, its convenience to public transportation is unparalleled with access to all four subway lines of the MBTA, a five-minute walk to South Station and a 10-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 SF. 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 co-working company, a distinguished law firm, a prominent federal government agency and various high-end financial services groups
This project is registered with the U.S. Green Building Council and has achieved LEED GOLD certification. In addition, 33 Arch Street has achieved the prestigious BOMA 360 Performance designation for operational best practices
33 Arch Street has recently achieved WiredScore's Platinum level rating. As a Wired Certified Platinum property, 33 Arch Street is recognized for its best-in-class internet infrastructure and superior internet connectivity.