Work + Meeting Space

The NonProfit Center provides spaces and places where nonprofits can work, learn and collaborate. Its office rentals, event space operations, and property management services offer nonprofits access to affordable, well-maintained and professionally managed facilities in Greater Boston. We are committed to renting spaces to nonprofits at below-market rates which, in our 18 years of operations, have generated millions of dollars in savings for nonprofits in the community.

Over the years we have welcomed thousands of visitors to our facilities and have hosted events, training, workshops, and dialogues that convene and connect nonprofits that are working toward positive social change.

The 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 tenant 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

The Link | 255 Main Street 8th Floor, Kendall Square | Cambridge

The NonProfit Center is owned and operated by TSNE, which also manages The Link. Located in the heart of Kendall Square’s innovation district, The Link is a coworking, training, and event space built to catalyze workforce development in Cambridge. The Link weaves the Cambridge community together, providing residents with greater access to Kendall Square employers and career opportunities.

The Link hosts a cluster of classrooms, technical education and meeting spaces to deliver a high impact set of training programs matched to the needs of Kendall Square employers and residents. Conceived as an approachable, professional space for job seekers and a resource for employers, The Link will become a cornerstone of economic opportunity in the region.

The Link was championed and developed by the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority and Boston Properties as a workforce training and employment solution, in keeping with the entrepreneurial spirit of Kendall Square. TSNE operates The Link and welcomes a variety of organizations to use its event facilities, classrooms and meeting spaces for training, education, and gatherings. The Link is anchored by Per Scholas, a national IT career development nonprofit, and offers workspace to other organizations focused on workforce development and training. Visit The Link.