14 Beacon is conveniently positioned at the top of Beacon Hill, adjacent to Boston’s Downtown, the main commercial office hub, in an ideal location to access any area of the city via subway or by foot. Originally constructed in 1898, this historic property has been continuously owned and partially occupied by the American Congregational Association. This exceptional building houses the acclaimed Congregational Library on the 1st and 2nd floors, is part of the Park Street Historic District, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. 14 Beacon is an irreplaceable site near the State House and adjacent to the tree-lined Granary Burial Ground.
The location of 14 Beacon Street is unmatched within Boston’s Downtown, as it is adjacent to multiple transportation options, the State House, Boston Common and historic Beacon Hill.
- White marble and terra cotta walls with brass detail
- Unobstructed upper floor views of the skyline and Boston Common
- Irreplaceable historical significance
- Close proximity to multiple public transit lines, most critically the Red Line at Park Street, provides access to Cambridge, Boston’s innovation and knowledge center, and South Station, Boston’s main transit hub
- 5-minute walk to Downtown Crossing