755 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116 · For Lease
- Excellent location one block from Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, the premier high-end retail destination in the city.
- Formerly occupied by a restaurant, the lower level space has coolers and a tap system, and an open staircase connects the first and second levels.
- Back Bay is a tourist magnet with landmarks like Boston Public Library and Trinity Church and has the highest concentration of hotels in the metro.
- Easy access to some of the city’s most affluent residents: 121,398 people living in a 1-mile radius have an average household income of $116,677.
About the Property
Located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, 755 Boylston Street is in a prime position to take advantage of this retail hot spot. The available retail space includes an underground lower level that includes cooler space and can easily be equipped with a tap system. A staircase connects the first and second floors, and the windows overlook bustling Boylston Street. A high-end restaurant formerly occupied this space, which sits underneath some of Boston’s newest luxury apartments, and it could easily accommodate a similar use. Back Bay is Boston’s premier retail neighborhood, and residents and visitors alike are drawn in by the fine dining and boutique shopping options along Boylston and Newbury Streets. Retail destinations like the Prudential Center, home to Tesla, Polo Ralph Lauren, and many more, are less than a block away. Back Bay benefits from a large amount of tourist activity as it is home to many architecturally and culturally significant landmarks like Boston Public Library and Trinity Church. Due to this, and its proximity to downtown, Back Bay has the highest concentration of hotels in the entire metro area. 755 Boylston Street is well connected to the city, sitting on the T system Green Line between Copley Station and Hynes Convention Center Station. Boston is one of the top five most walkable cities in the nation, and retail in Back Bay benefits from this high volume of foot traffic. Back Bay is home to some of the metro area’s wealthiest residents, presenting strong demographics for retail or restauranteurs. Within a 1-mile radius, 121,398 people combine for an average household income of $116,667. Total consumer spending within this geography reaches almost $1.4 billion, $580 million of which was on apparel, entertainment, hobbies, food, and alcohol last year.
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