NonProfit Office Space

NonProfit Center: 89 South Street, Boston

With offices and shared space options, the NonProfit Center boasts nine floors of rentable workspaces. It is a vibrant community of nonprofit organizations developed as a central place for nonprofits to work, socialize and network. The building aims to foster collaboration, promote learning and enhance the organizational stability of its 50 tenants organizations and hundreds of visitors each year.

Tenants in the building have access to a range of amenities including:

Four Meeting Rooms
Outdoor Courtyard
Bike Racks and Shower Facilities
Gender Neutral Restroom
Mothering Room and more..

Currently, the NonProfit Center has limited space availability. To inquire about available office space or to sign up for our tenancy wait list, please contact us. 

Opportunity Space: 255 Main, Kendall Square, Cambridge

The NonProfit Center is teaming up with the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority (CRA) and Boston Properties (BXP) to create a workforce development Opportunity Space, as a component of the Kendall Square Urban Renewal Plan (KSURP), to strengthen the connections between job seekers in Cambridge, Boston-area residents and the innovation economy of Kendall Square. The Opportunity Space, an existing commercial space within the 255 Main Street building, will open early in 2019. 

The Opportunity Space will serve as a workforce ‘campus’ cluster of classrooms, small offices, gathering space, and co-working space within the broader Innovation Space of 255 Main Street.  Programs in the Opportunity Space will provide a range of targeted technical education and career development opportunities. The CRA envisions that 255 Main Street should become a central node for technology-focused workforce development activity and employer recruitment in Cambridge. As Kendall Square is home to a wide range of local start-ups and large-scale international companies that are collectively leaders in the innovation economy, this Opportunity Space will be pivotal in meeting the economic opportunity objectives of the KSURP, helping Kendall Square and other local businesses secure talent, and helping residents meet their career development goals.

Organizations wishing to locate technology-focused workforce development programs in the Opportunity Space should review and respond to the Opportunity Space Rolling RFI.