Portland, ME

One Portland Square
Portland, ME 04101
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DIRECTIONS

From I-295 (from the North or South):

If travelling from the South, take I-95 to Exit 44 to get on I-295.
Exit I-295 at Exit 7 (Franklin St Arterial). At the fifth set of lights, take a right onto Middle Street. Continue to the second light. We are located on the corner of Spring Street and Union Street.

From the Portland Jetport:

Turn right onto Congress Street (Rte. 22). Follow Congress approx. two miles to I-295 North. Take Exit 7 (Franklin Street) At the fifth set of lights, take a right onto Middle Street. Continue to the second light. We are located on the corner of Spring Street and Union Street.

Parking:

The most convenient parking is in the lot at the rear of the building, accessed via Fore Street. Take a left at the light on Middle Street and Union Street. At the next light, take a right and another quick right into the parking lot. The parking lot gate will be on your left. Your parking ticket from this lot can be validated at our reception desk.
* Use 481 Fore Street to locate our parking lot via GPS.

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