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BY CAR

from Logan Airport
Take the Sumner Tunnel, following the sign to Government Center/Route 93 South. At the end of the tunnel, go straight ahead onto North Washington Street until the second set of lights. Turn right at this main intersection onto Commercial Street. Continue down Commercial Street through 3 sets of lights. You will pass a park and the Coast Guard station on your left. Just after the 3rd set of lights (at the intersection with Battery Street) you will see a fork (and "Elite Boston Landmark Realty" on the corner). Bear right at this fork onto North Street. Go through the second intersection (with Fleet Street) and continue 1/4 block. We are at 290 North Street, the third building on your right. There is a black wrought iron gate in the entrance.

from South of Boston
Take Route 93 North to Exit 23 to Government Center. Stay in the righthand lane. At the top of the exit ramp, continue straight ahead through the stop sign. Turn right up Hanover Street. Go through your first set of lights at Richmond Street and continue two more blocks and turn right onto Fleet Street/Tony DeMarco Way. At your first stop sign, turn right onto North Street. We are at 290 North Street, the third building on your right. There is a black wrought iron gate in the entrance.

from West of Boston
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to the end and follow the signs to Route 93 North. Follow the directions above ("from South of Boston").

from North of Boston
Take Route 93 South to Exit 24A (Government Center). Upon exiting the tunnel stay in the left. At the sign to the North End turn sharp left onto Atlantic Avenue. After passing through the lights, bear to the right and continue up Atlantic Avenue with the Christopher Columbus Park on your right. You are now in the North End. Turn left at the next set of lights onto Richmond Street and continue straight for the next 4 blocks until you get to North Street where you can turn right and then bear left up the cobble-stoned street into North Square. Once in the Square, bear right and continue past the Sacred Heart Church and continue straight down Moon Street to the end. Turn right onto Fleet Street/Tony DeMarco Way and then right again at your first stop sign onto North Street. We are at 290 North Street, the third building on your right. There is a black wrought iron gate in the entrance.



BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

From Logan Airport:
Option 1
Take the MBTA ("T") Blue Line (cost is $2) to the Aquarium subway station. Exit onto Atlantic Avenue and head North, with the Marriott Hotel and the harbor on your right. Walk about 1⁄4 mile until you see a Starbucks at 2 Atlantic Avenue. Turn left onto Fleet Street. Go one block and turn left onto North Street. We are the third building on the right @ 290 North Street. (Total walking time from State Street is approximately 10-15 minutes).

Option 2
Take the Water Taxi from Logan Airport to Lewis Wharf. (Cost is $10 per person one-way.) From the landing dock, take the red brick walkway along the Pilot House to the Starbucks Coffee shop (about 250 yards). Cross over Atlantic Avenue at the light and walk up Fleet Street one block to North Street. Turn left onto North Street. We are at 290 North Street, the third building on the right. There is a black wrought iron gate at the entrance. (Total walking time from the Water Taxi landing dock is approximately 5 minutes or less.)

From South Station
Take the MBTA ("T") Red Line to the Park Street subway station (cost is $1). Then, change to the Green Line and take it to Government Center subway station. Upon exiting the station, walk straight ahead across City Hall Plaza and down the steps to Congress Street. Cross over the street and continue down North Street (on your left) past Quincy Market and under the Central Artery into the North End. Bear right at North Square (remaining on North Street). We are at 290 North Street. There is a black wrought iron gate at the entrance. (Total walking time from the Government Center "T" station is approximately 10-15 minutes).

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