About the Venue

Used with permission. Photo credit: Person Killian Photography.

Used with permission. Photo credit: Person Killian Photography.

The State Room

Perched atop the Sixty State Street skyscraper in Boston's financial district, the State Room provides breathtaking views of the city and harbor through a panoramic 20x120 foot glass wall. This modern urban venue boasts mahogany floors, built-in projection screens and a mezzanine overlooking the main floor. Exit the elevator at the 33rd floor and check in at the registration table before enjoying cocktails in the Harborside Salon, which boasts equally memorable views.

Completed in 1977, Sixty State Street is Boston's 14th tallest building. Designed by the Chicago-based firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and developed by Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, the building is clad in pink granite. Its triangular pillars alternate with vertical banks of rectangular floor-to-ceiling windows. 



In addition to metered parking throughout the area, public parking is available at the base of the 60 State Street building. Once on State Street, drive .2 miles turning right onto Merchants Row. Take a quick left down into the garage to secure a ticket at gate and follow directions to self park below. Typical night rate is $20. Additional parking available at 75 State Street and Post Office Square – both less than 5 minutes walking distance.