TSNE MissionWorks provides spaces and places where nonprofits can work, learn and collaborate. Its office rentals, event space operations, and property management services offer nonprofits access to affordable, well-maintained and professionally managed facilities in Greater Boston. We are committed to renting spaces to nonprofits at below-market rates which, in our 15 years of operations, have generated millions of dollars in savings for nonprofits in the community.
Over the years we have welcomed thousands of visitors to our facilities and have hosted events, training, workshops, and dialogues that convene and connect nonprofits that are working for positive social change.
NonProfit Center | Downtown Boston
89 South Street
Located At South Station
Owned and operated by TSNE, the NonProfit Center is home to more than 50 nonprofits who serve the region. The building has nine floors of rentable office and coworking space and four state-of-the-art event facilities with meeting rooms, training spaces, and a fully equipped conference center. The NonProfit Center was the first mission-based, multi-tenant center for nonprofits in Massachusetts and it remains one of the largest centers in the United States.
The NonProfit Center is an architecturally distinctive property listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2004, the building was renovated, preserving the architectural details that embody the building’s past while also modernizing its facilities using environmentally preferred materials. As a LEED-certified facility, the building recycles or composts 75 percent of its waste, and has high-efficiency lights and HVAC systems.
The Link | Kendall Square
255 Main Street, 8th Floor
Located at Kendall Square Station
Located in the heart of Kendall Square’s innovation district, The Link is a coworking, training and event space built to catalyze workforce development in the region. The Link weaves the Cambridge community together, providing residents with greater access to Kendall Square employers and career opportunities.
The Link hosts a cluster of classrooms, technical education, and meeting spaces to deliver a high impact set of training and career development programs. Conceived as an approachable, professional space for job seekers and a resource for employers, The Link will become a cornerstone of economic opportunity in the region.
The Link was championed and developed by the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority and Boston Properties as a workforce training and employment solution, in keeping with the entrepreneurial spirit of Kendall Square. Operated by TSNE MissionWorks, the developer of the NonProfit Center in Boston, The Link welcomes a variety of organizations to use its classrooms and meeting spaces for training, events, and gatherings. The Link is anchored by Per Scholas, a national IT career development nonprofit, and offers workspace to other organizations focused on workforce development.