Federal Reserve Plaza

The Financial District and the Innovation District meet the Waterfront and the Seaport at Federal Reserve Plaza, Boston’s best address for business.

An icon on the Boston skyline, FRP overlooks the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and is surrounded by 5-star hotels, cultural attractions, and fine dining and entertainment, with spectacular views in every direction and more green space than any high rise in the city.

FRP was among the first buildings in Boston to receive LEED Gold Certification for Existing Buildings, the real estate industry mark of excellence for building operations and maintenance. FRP is also recognized by the Building Owners and Managers Association of Boston for excellence in building management.

  • BOMA 360 Certification
  • Earth Award for sustainable practices
  • The Office Building of the Year Award

FRP is one of the few area office buildings to achieve Platinum Wired Certification, awarded to those with the fastest and most reliable Internet connections

The WELL Health & Safety Rating, created with input from the COVID Task Force, the CDC and WHO, certifies FRP achieves the highest standard of building management on critical health and safety issues.





The FRP Experience

Home to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and prestigious tenant firms, offering top quality services and unparalleled amenities, Federal Reserve Plaza is more than simply a Class-A office tower. With easy access to South Station and Logan Airport; verdant gardens inside and out; a private fitness facility; 26,000 sq.ft. of meeting space; a 400-seat auditorium; and a world-class modern art collection, FRP is unique among Boston high rises. It is also a vibrant community, where its inhabitants interact as colleagues and friends.



Hail, Queen!
Building Tomorrow, the sustainability action group, has welcomed honeybees to our Federal Reserve Plaza community in partnership with Best Bees. The Building Maintenance Unit in the Real Estate Services Group have two built custom hives for the Atrium Garden, and the building is abuzz with the contest to name the Queens. Submit your creative suggestions here by May 20. Reach out with any questions here.


FRP’s Arts Engagement Series
Features virtual programming and live performances by local area musicians to engage the FRP community in ways that inspire creativity and innovation. Reach out for more information.


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