Boston, MA

One Federal Street, 20th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
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DIRECTIONS

*Please note that photo identification is required to enter the building.

From the North:

Follow I-93 S into Boston. Take Exit 20A-20B toward South Station. Merge onto Purchase Street. Turn right onto Summer Street. Turn right onto High Street. Turn left onto Federal Street. One Federal Street will be on your left on the corner of Franklin Street and Federal Street.

From the South:

Follow I-93 N into Boston. Keep left to continue on I-93 N/US-N, follow signs for State Route 3 N/Boston. Take exit 20 toward Worcester. Keep left and follow signs for Chinatown. Continue on Lincoln Street, turn right onto Summer Street, turn left onto High Street, turn left onto Federal Street. One Federal Street will be on your left on the corner of Franklin Street and Federal Street.

From the West:

Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike into Boston. Stay slightly to the left for Exit 24A, B, C. Take Exit 24A toward South Station toward Atlantic Avenue. Stay to the left toward South Station on Atlantic Avenue. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto Summer Street. Turn right onto High Street. Turn left onto Federal Street. One Federal Street will be on your left on the corner of Franklin Street and Federal Street.

Parking:

The building's parking garage is toward the end of the Federal street block on the left hand side. If it is full, you can take a right on Milk Street and then a right on Congress street. Try to be in the far left lane of Congress street as the entrance to the underground Post Office Square parking garage is on the left almost immediately after you make the right turn onto Congress street. If you miss that entrance or want another option, you can turn right off of Congress Street onto Franklin Street and then turn right onto Hawley Street (after Arch street) to park at 33 Arch Street. The entrance to this parking garage is on Hawley Street not Arch Street. Either Post Office Square or 33 Arch options are about a two block walk to our office.

Public Transportation Options

  • The Blue or Orange lines to State Street and a two block walk
  • The Red or Orange lines to Downtown Crossing and a six block walk
  • The Green or Blue lines to Government Center and a seven block walk
  • From South Station, 1/2 mile walk across the Rose Kennedy Greenway and directly up Federal Street
  • From North Station, walk a mile mostly on Congress Street
  • Many suburban commuter lines come in to both North and South Station and are short walks or subway rides to our office

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