Old City Hall
Old City Hall is one of Boston’s most beloved structures and for more than 120 years has played host to meetings of some of Boston’s most prestigious leaders.
The building was once home to Boston’s first public school attended by Ben Franklin, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams. It also served as City Hall for thirty eight mayors, including John Fitzgerald and James Curley.
Originally constructed in 1865, and currently owned and managed by Synergy Investments, Old City Hall has been given a new life as an office building for a handful of Boston’s top businesses.