Life Works Here

Welcome home to Boston Landing. Live, work and play in Boston’s dynamic new neighborhood for businesses, families and shoppers pursuing active lives. Poised on the Mass Pike and easily accessible from anywhere in the city, we’re the new home of the Celtics, the Bruins, New Balance and Boston’s best brands.

Parking & Transportation

Commuter Rail

The newly constructed Boston Landing at Allston-Brighton Commuter Rail is now open. The platform is located adjacent to Boston Landing and will span to the Everett Street Bridge.

  • Runs along the Framingham/Worcester commuter line that connects to South Station
  • 3 stops to downtown Boston
  • Provides a great office and neighborhood amenity
  • Easy access to Boston and the suburbs
  • One stop to Fenway Park

Bus Routes

MBTA bus stops are conveniently located on Market Street and Guest Street that provide access to both downtown Boston and Cambridge.

  • #64 to and from Central Square
  • #86 runs between Harvard Sq and Cleveland Circle and provides access to Red and Green MBTA transit lines
  • #70 or #70A to North Waltham or Watertown Sq.


Tenants are able to conveniently access Boston Landing via morning and evening shuttle buses to and from the Harvard Red Line T stop and the Kenmore Green Line T stop.

Blue Bikes

A Blue Bikes rent-and-ride station is conveniently located on Guest Street that provides easily rentable bikes for tenants and visitors alike. Use them to get around town, or for a relaxing ride along the Charles River on the nearby bike paths.



Parking is available at Boston Landing for office tenants and validated parking is available for retail patrons after 6:00pm.  There is also convenient street parking along Guest Street


On Foot

While Boston Landing itself is designed to be extremely pedestrian friendly, it also features easy access to many shops, restaurants, amenities and parks in the area, all within walking distance.