Shops at Prudential Center - Boston, MA - A number of shops in the Boston area rich in diversity


The Shops at Prudential Center is located at 800 Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts. There are a number of services and amenities offered at the Prudential Center. Among these services are the Sovereign and First Republic Banks in addition to ATM machines for the Citizens, Sovereign and the Bank of America. The Shops at Prudential Center have a barber shop, chapel, car wash and car detail. Car rental is also available in addition to a Visitor Information/ Customer Service Desk.

The Shops at Prudential Center have public telephones with TTY service, a post office and complimentary use of both wheelchairs and strollers. The center court close to Club Monaco and Ann Taylor has the Customer Service Desk which is combined with the Visitor Information Desk. The desk provides reservation service for Boston restaurants from 10am until 9pm Monday through Saturday and from 11am until 6pm on Sunday.

These desks in the Shops at Prudential Center also house the Lost & Found. Information and directories about tourist sites, local restaurants and stores in addition to maps can be found here as well. Strollers for children and wheelchairs can be found here as well as information about public transportation and parking in Boston.

The Shops at Prudential Center can be found in the Back Bay of Boston and is a mixed use urban center made up of over two million square foot of office space with over six-hundred thousand square feet of space for retail. The 2nd tallest office building in Boston is the Prudential Tower built during 1965 standing fifty-two stories at 111 Huntington Avenue. In September of 2001 a thirty-six story office building opened at 111 Hunting Avenue as well.

Lord & Taylor and Saks Fifth Avenue anchor the Shops at Prudential Center which also has over seventy-five restaurants and shops. Club Monaco, Ann Taylor, The Cheesecake Factory and Lacoste are just a few of the major retailers found at the Shops at Prudential Center. The center is also home of the Skywalk, Boston Duck Tours and a number of amenities that include the Fitcorp fitness center. The largest enclosed parking garage in New England with almost four thousand spaces can be found at the Prudential Center.

The South Garden of the Shops at Prudential Center is an open park that is over one ace in size. There is a large seating area, built-in stage to hold musical performances and water features. The Skywalk Observatory and Exhibit which is open seven day a week is also found at the Prudential Center. During the winter from the 1st of November to the 28th of February the skywalk is open from 10am until 8pm. From March 1st through October 31st the hours for the skywalk are from 10am until 10pm with the last elevator leaving at 9:30pm.

With the number of shops and amenities offered at the Shops at Prudential Center you should make it a point to stop if you are ever in Boston, Massachusetts. Specific details about amenities and services at the center can be gotten by contacting the customer service desk.

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