The Copley area, within Boston’s Back Bay is one of city’s largest business, convention, and shopping destinations.

The Copley Square Mall is Boston’s largest indoor shopping center spanning several city blocks. Home to famous retail giants such as Barney’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Neiman Marcus, Copley is among the country’s premier shopping destinations. On a rainy or cold day, there is no better way to spend time than checking out the Copley Square Mall’s numerous shops or eating in one of the mall’s many great restaurants.

Located in the heart of Copley are Boston’s two largest buildings; the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Center. Copley houses many businesses spanning a vast array of industries, and the week day street climate reflects this healthy economy. It’s common to see scores of suits and briefcases around Copley during the work week rushing to a meeting of business convention.

The Hynes Convention Center and numerous large banquet facilities make Copley a desirable destination to business conventions coming to Boston. Copley remains one of the city’s most convenient locations for the business professional.

Lastly, Copley Square’s history with Boston is enough to intrigue any history buff. Home to the finish line of the world famous Boston Marathon, the public square was developed by some of Boston’s wealthiest citizens as a center of arts, sciences, faith, and learning. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was founded in Copley Square alongside America’s first school architecture. Today, such destinations as Boston’s Public Library and Trinity Church remain within the historic square.