PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a New England Council member, moved into their new 17-floor office building last month. The new space is located in Boston’s Seaport district and was designed in part by the firm.
The new space will house over 3,000 PwC employees and features street-level space for eventual retailers. The new building also includes a 4,000 square foot gym, available to all employees. PwC plans to hold more client meetings in the new space and has more meeting space and a more flexible scheduling system for meetings.
The new office was created to foster collaboration, managing partner John Farina said. “The way our people work now is different than it was. We’ve made the space more flexible, so it can be used by different people for different things.”
The New England Council congratulates PwC on their new space.
For more information and for photographs of the new space, see this Boston Business Journalarticle.
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