Prudential Center Facts
New England's #1 Shopping & Dining Destination features over 75 shops and restaurants including Barnes & Noble, The Cheesecake Factory, Lacoste, Legal Sea Foods, Saks Fifth Avenue and Sephora.
- New England’s #1 shopping and dining destination features more than 75 stores and restaurants including the region’s only Saks Fifth Avenue and Boston’s largest Barnes & Noble.
- Located between Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue, the 23-acre complex is connected to the Hynes Convention Center, major hotels, residential and office buildings, and shops and restaurants including Copley Place. It features the largest parking garage in Boston and New England.
- More than 60,000 people per day visit The Shops at Prudential Center. This includes tourists, locals, and more than 8,000 office tenants.
- Voted the “#5 Cash Cow Shopping Center” in the United States according to Women’s Wear Daily.
- Home to New England’s largest parking garage with more than 3,600 spaces.
- Connected to Boston’s largest hotel, the 1,100 room Sheraton.
- Connected to the Prudential Green Line MBTA station.
- Several visitor tours leave from The Shops at Prudential Center including Boston Duck Tours, Old Town Trolley Tours, and Beantown Trolley Tours.
- Boston’s only observatory, the Skywalk, is located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower. Its 360 degree views are enjoyed by more than 200,000 people from around the world annually.
- The Shops at Prudential Center offers the city’s best selection of restaurants from more than 10 food court eateries to The Cheesecake Factory to Top of the Hub.
- The Prudential Center offers many amenities including a full-service post office, car wash and detail service, dry cleaner, a barber, shoe repair, locksmith, florist, workout facility, and more.
- The Shops at Prudential Center holds more than 100 events annually including film festivals, a volunteer expo, concerts, community events, and more. Visit our Play tab for upcoming events.