Copley Square is steps from over 5.8M SF of premier office space and 3M SF of shopping and dining on Newbury Street, stretching from the Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Avenue. Convenient transportation is accessible via the commuter rail, I-90, and Boston's Green and Orange MBTA subway lines and bus connections, linking commuters, residents, and visitors to the rest of what the city has to offer.
With access to the Green Line
and bus connections
With access to the Copley MBTA station serving the Green Line and bus connections
With access to the Commuter Rail,
Orange Line and bus connections
8 blocks of shops and restaurants
Including Back Bay, Prudential Center, and 200 Newbury
With over 1.2 million square feet of shops, restaurants, boutiques, and offices
Browsing shop-lined Newbury Street, dining at sidewalk cafés, and strolling along the Commonwealth Avenue Mall all channel the City of Lights. Back Bay's Copley Square park renovation is the latest update to the European-inspired neighborhood. Set to reopen in Fall 2024, the park will include updates to the fountain, new lawn and planting areas, a raised seating area to protect existing trees, refurbished memorials and art, new seating, lighting, along with paved pathways and plaza space.