Amenities

Area Amenities

INTERIOR FEATURES

Lobby and common areas in 101 Arch Street incorporate materials and furnishings of uncommonly high standards. Patterns formed from polished granite and marble highlight interior surfaces.

In 2019, the property underwent a full lobby renovation including a new conference center, tenant amenity lounge and fitness center. 101 Arch Street is LEED Gold certified and has been awarded the prestigious Energy Star Rating every year since 2009.

BUILDING AREA FACTS

LOCATION
101 Arch Street is situated on a site consisting of 31,980 square feet. The site is bordered by Summer Street, Hawley Street, Arch Street and Snow Place Alley in the heart of the re-emerging Downtown Crossing area.

SIZE
The 21-story office tower and 1873 Harvard Building combined contain approximately 405,000 rentable square feet of space.

DESCRIPTION
101 Arch Street is comprised of two buildings, the Tower, built in 1988 and the original brick and beam building, the Harvard Building, which dates back to 1873. The Tower structure combines the original historic 1873 fa├žade of the old Kennedy’s Department Store building with a granite-clad modern structure adorned by a copper roof and two illuminated clocks in gabled ends. Additionally, the tower offers floor-to-ceiling windows and highly efficient floor plans designed to accommodate both private office and open layouts. The building’s concourse level provides direct access to the MBTA’s Orange, Red and Green subway lines. A full service restaurant, Petit Robert Central Bistro is located on the second floor and casual dining options including Chacarero, and Archie’s Deli are situated on the first floor. A 52-space basement garage provides monthly and transient parking as well as racks for 30+ bicycles.

AREA AMENITIES
Amenities abound in and around the re-emerging Downtown Crossing neighborhood including major department stores, hotels, restaurants, health clubs as well as apartment and condominium buildings. Other area amenities include public parking facilities containing approximately 4,000 spaces within two (2) blocks and four of the New England’s largest banks. Post Office Square, South Station and the State House are just five minutes away by foot.