It’s All at One Boston Place
BNY Mellon Center at One Boston Place is a 41-story Class A tower located in the heart of Boston’s Financial District, prominent on the Boston skyline with its distinctive diagonal exterior bracing.
Originally built in 1970, One Boston Place has been a major landmark in Boston, and home to some of the city’s most prestigious law, financial, real estate and corporate firms.
Developed by Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, construction of BNY Mellon Center at One Boston Place began in November 1967, and the first tenants occupied the building in March 1970.
One Boston Place has a steel frame construction on a concrete over metal decking floor with a masonary core. The building has 18 passenger elevators and one freight elevator, which were fully modernized in 2005. In the fall of 2002, One Boston Place completed a six-million-dollar lobby renovation featuring polished green onyx, African cherry wood and mahogany. The lobby entrance features a planar glass wall system and is highlighted by four pyramid skylights spanning the entryway.
Building amenities include a security staff that is stationed at One Boston Place 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Additional safety features include access card readers encoded for One Boston Place tenant badges only and state-of-the-art CCTV monitored cameras and recording devices.
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, the largest tenant of One Boston Place, has a full-service retail bank located on the ground floor. A sundry shop is located in the main lobby and a covered walkway conveniently connects our tenants to the Pi Alley food court offering several cafes and sandwich shops as well as a side entrance to the Washington Street Parking Garage.
The "Historic Crossings" sculpture was installed in the One Boston Place plaza in early November. To view an interactive map of this facinating look into Boston's History, click here
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