Today we launched a comprehensive new resource for office tenants in Boston's Innovation District:
We surveyed and spoke with thousands of tenants to understand what professionals want from their workplace experience and one of the most consistent pieces of feedback we received:
Tenants want knowledge of and access to all of the local amenities, perks, experiences, and events that are in the vicinity of their office building – and they want to access it easily from their phone.
This neighborhood guide serves to help professionals navigate their work day – from going to the gym in the AM, to grabbing breakfast, to finding a good coffee spot for a business meeting, to accomplishing the life services that make work easier like daycare, hair salons, FedEx locations, catering options, and much, much more.
For professionals working in the Seaport, we hope you'll dig in and take advantage of all that this neighborhood has to offer. Here's a sneak peak:
Restaurants to check out in the area include Ocean Prime, Bastille Kitchen, Babbo, Gather, The Barking Crab, and more. Explore the map.
Bars to check out in the area include Lookout Rooftop & Bar in the Envoy Hotel, Del Frisco's, Drink, City Tap, and more. Explore the map.
Services in the area that make life/work more convenient include Bright Horizons daycare (multiple locations, Salon Mario Russo, Seaport Barbers, Blue Hills Bank, Lapels Dry Cleaning, and more. Explore the map.
Some of the coffee shops that are best for work meetings include Sorelle, Brew, Starbucks, La Colombe, Caffe Nero, and more. Explore the map.
If you need to buy something for work or have time to kill in between meetings, the best shops to hit up include Bonobos, lululemon, Bluemercury, For Now, Frank Anthony's Gourmet Market, and more. Explore the map.
Some of the best hotels in the Seaport for business travelers includes the Westin Waterfront, the Envoy Hotel, the Seaport Hotel, and more. Explore the map.
Some of the tastiest spots to grab a quick lunch in the Seaport include Shake Shack, by CHLOE, honeygrow, Sweetgreen, Fare Well, and more. Explore the map.
Some of the best caterering options include Better Bagels, Luke's Lobster, East Meets West, and more. Explore the map.
Get your sweat on at gyms like Equinox, CorePower, SoulCycle, Everybody Fights, and more. Explore the map.
Some of the best restaurants for a sit-down lunch meeting include Oak & Rowan, Gather, Legal Harborside, and more. Explore the map.
Not the most glamorous of necessities, but knowing the closest FedEx or UPS can be a life-saver when you're in a crunch at work. Explore the map.
When you're in a rush but need that caffeine fix, stop in quickly to grab a cup at Sorelle, Triangle Coffee, Barrington Coffee Roasting Company, and more. Explore the map.
If you want all of these neighborhood amenities in your backyard, here are the top office buildings to work in. Explore the map.
Whether you're throwing an outing for your team or a customer appreciation event, some of the top places to host to check out include King's, District Hall, Harpoon Brewery, and more. Explore the map.
If you skipped meal prep this week and need to find a quick breakfast, there are some great options, like Scola's, Frank Anthony's, J. Pace & Sons, and more. Explore the map.
Need a nicer spot for a breakfast meeting with a team member or a client? Check out Outlook, Aura, and Sauciety.Explore the map.
The HqO app helps professionals get the most out of their neighborhood with special access to amenities, experiences, events, and promotions at restaurants, bars, retailers, and gyms.