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Prudential Center Boston

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Andy & Daljit
Andy & Daljit
February 27, 2019
Mall. Connects to Copley Place mall.
Jodie
Jodie
October 23, 2019
Prudential Center and Newbury Streets are great places to shopping in Boston.
Albelly
Albelly
July 17, 2019
This a great building to go to , it has an amazing observatory at the top floor worth going there
Salman
Salman
September 9, 2019
The Shops at Prudential Center is an urban shopping center located at the base of the Prudential Tower in Boston, Massachusetts. The mall lies adjacent to many other destinations such as: Hynes Convention Center, the 101/111 Huntington Avenue office towers, and a skywalk connecting it to Copley…
Tatiana
Tatiana
August 29, 2019
I basically like to walk around the mall, don’t miss EATALY where you can find an ample variety of Italian delicacies. Also there is a restaurant called TOP OF THE HUB that has a beautiful view of the city
Alex @ Bcohousing
Alex @ Bcohousing
June 4, 2020
Large Mall, shopping and more
Maverick
Maverick
February 8, 2020
The Shops at Prudential Center is an urban shopping mall located at the base of the Prudential Tower in Boston, Massachusetts. The mall lies adjacent to many other destinations such as: Hynes Convention Center, the 101/111 Huntington Avenue office towers, and a skywalk connecting it to Copley Place
Thuy Duong
Thuy Duong
July 12, 2019
Stop by for a bit of shopping or an enjoyable dinner at Eataly
Rola
Rola
December 27, 2019
Great shopping indoors especially when the weather is less than ideal

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800 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02199
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