Boston Back Bay Association Web Site
The Boston Back Bay Association sought an upgraded web site that would reflect both their mission and their focus by providing an engaging, vibrant presence to serve not only their existing and potential members, but also visitors to the city of Boston as well as residents and the business community in and around Boston’s Back Bay.
Quoting from the Back Bay Association, because they say it best —
“The Back Bay Association has been improving, promoting, and protecting the business environment in Back Bay since 1923. The most influential business association for Back Bay professionals who value community involvement, the BBA serves as the liaison with the City of Boston for the interests of local businesses, as well as the advocacy and networking epicenter of the business community.”
“The primary focus for the Back Bay Association (BBA) and its 400 members is to ensure the economic vitality of the Back Bay, and to initiate programs that improve, promote, and protect the quality of life in the neighborhood.
Having championed the neighborhood since 1923, the BBA is the most influential business association for Back Bay professionals who value community involvement. This prestigious organization serves as the liaison with the City of Boston for the interests of local businesses, retail merchants, restaurants, hotels, property owners, major corporations, schools, and churches.”
“The Back Bay Association provides support for development projects in the Back Bay area. By working with developers, neighborhood associations, and city officials, we ensure that businesses have the opportunity to grow in a way that supports the economic vitality of Back Bay. During the past 10 years, our support has led to the addition of more than one million square feet of new development in the neighborhood.
Through advocating for development projects that meet the needs of both the business community and the neighborhood, the Back Bay Association ensures that Back Bay remains a thriving commercial and residential district.”