200 Clarendon Street

Formerly known as the Hancock Tower, 200 Clarendon is an impressive structure characterized by its dramatic glass exterior. Breaking ground on August 21st, 1968, the glass facade was considered a departure from traditional brick and concrete structures. The sleek glass tower reflects the sky in the daylight hours giving the building a deceptive blue tone. Built to serve as the home for John Hancock Mutual Life, the building is now home to a diverse group of tenants none of which include John Hancock. The firm relocated to the booming Seaport District in 2004. The structure has since been rebranded 200 Clarendon in an effort to lure new tenants.

Graphic created by Sherrinford from the Noun Project used under the Creative Common license.