Everything about Boston is unique, but we're quite partial to the South End. Back in the 1800s, everything from shoes and canned goods to player pianos were made in the factories around here and shipped off on mules and barges. Today, these same buildings house tech startups, design firms, furniture makers and a creative ad agency that takes great pride in carrying on the mantle of productivity in these here parts.
We're not the easiest place to find. But it'll be worth it once you get here. At the intersection of Harrison and Waltham, look for the "Gaslight" restaurant (it was featured in the utterly forgettable Tom Cruise/Cameron Diaz movie Knight and Day you probably never watched.) Walk past it confidently, keeping the Boston Sports Club to your right. Up ahead, you'll see a large brick factory building with the numbers "580" on it. That's your final destination. Head down the longish walkway/driveway to the front doors. Go up the steps, past the elevator and take a left. And just like that, you'll be here.