International Place is a 1.8 million-square-foot multi-tenant office and retail complex located in the heart of Boston’s Downtown Waterfront, at the intersection of the historic Financial District and emergent Seaport Innovation District.
Reaching up 46 and 35 stories in two towers, International Place is an icon of the Boston skyline that stands as the city’s largest office complex and has maintained its position as the city’s premier business address since opening in 1987.
In 2012, the property was awarded LEED-Silver Certification for existing buildings from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Within the glass-enclosed courtyard, building patrons meet and relax amid full-sized trees, an inspiring ceiling-to-floor waterfall, and the many restaurants and retail shops. Ionic marble columns surround the lobby’s perimeter and enhance the building’s classic opulence.
The distinctive floor shapes of the cylindrical towers found only at International Place were specifically designed to maximize perimeter space while interior back-office space is minimized. Here, more people benefit from unmatched city and water views, energized by floors flooded with natural light.
International Place defines world-class business in Boston. This is where the best of the best in business come to thrive and interact in a dynamic and distinct environment.
Many of the world’s most prestigious firms call International Place home, including BDO, Data Robot, Deutsche Bank, Eaton Vance, Korn Ferry, Morgan Stanley and PayPal.
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