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60 South Street

2 Financial Center

Boston, MA 02111

    Sample Units

    UnitSizePriceInquire
    Small2,500 sqft$0 /mo est
    Medium5,000 sqft$0 /mo est
    Large10,000 sqft$0 /mo est
    Whole Floor20,000 sqft$0 /mo est

    Building Details

    • Floors12
    • Walk Score®95
    • Year Built1988

    http://www.twofinancialcenterboston.com/Parking:Spaces: 210 spacesFull Valet ServiceSecurity:On-site and card access, 24/7Elevators:Number: 5 Passenger/1 doubling as Freight1 GarageCapacity: Freight at 4,000 lbs. all others at 3,500 lbsAmenities:Steps from the Rose Kennedy Greenway; restaurants; hotels; shopping;health clubsTransportation:One block from the South Station Commuter Rail; Amtrak; Bus Terminal;Red and Silver LinesImmediate access to Mass Pike/I-90; Southeast Expressway/I-93; Logan AirportMinutes from the Federal Courthouse; Seaport District andDowntown CrossingConstruction Data:Building Completion: June 2009Structural System: Structural steel frame with brick, granite,stainless and glass curtain wallHVAC:Main cooling and heating on each floor.All monitored by Honeywell digital EMS.Recommended installation for tenant:Fan-powered Variable Air Volume (VAV) boxes for individual tenant control.Electrical System:Building Voltage: 480/277Building Amperage: (2) 4,000 amp serviceLife/Safety Generator:800 kw diesel generatorBuilding Hours:7:00 AM–6:00 PM, Monday-Friday8:00 AM–1:00 PM, Saturday

    Neighborhood

    Chinatown

    Boston’s Chinatown is one of the best places to eat in the whole city. There you can find authentic Asian cuisine for a great price. Chinatown in located right next to the Theater District making it an attractive place to have dinner before or even after the show thanks to many of the restaurants staying open late. You can always find people milling around even after the MBTA has shut down for some late night eats.

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