Prudential Center



Facts about Prudential Center

New England's #1 Shopping & Dining Destination features over 60 shops and restaurants including Barnes & Noble, The Cheesecake Factory, Lacoste, Saks Fifth Avenue and Sephora.

  • New England’s #1 shopping and dining destination features more than 60 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.┬áIt features the largest parking garage in Boston and New England.
  • More than 60,000 people per day visit Prudential Center. This includes tourists, locals, and more than 8,000 office customers.
  • 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 Prudential Center including Boston Duck Tours, and Old Town 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.
  • Prudential Center offers the city’s best selection of restaurants, from quick-serve eateries to The Cheesecake Factory and 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.
  • Prudential Center holds more than 100 events annually including film festivals, a volunteer expo, concerts, community events, and more.
The Shops at the Prudential Center