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Boston, MA

175 Federal Street, 10th Floor Boston, MA 02110-2210

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Office Information

The downtown Boston office of Adler Pollock & Sheehan is located on the 10th floor in the Fiduciary Trust Building, directly across the street from South Station. With superb access to mass transportation, visitors are encouraged to consider taking the train to South Station, or using commuter rail, the subway’s Red Line, or intercity and interstate bus service as the most convenient means for visiting our office. Since parking is always at a premium, and road construction projects affects ground transportation in unpredictable ways, Boston’s mass transit systems are usually your easiest and fastest travel options.

Directions

From the West:

  1. Take Route 90 East, the Massachusetts Turnpike
  2. At end of Turnpike, take exit 24A ‘South Station’
  3. At end of Ramp, take a left onto Kneeland Street
  4. Take second right onto Lincoln Street
  5. Go straight through the light
  6. At the light, take a right onto Summer Street
  7. At the light take a left onto High Street—175 Federal Street is on your right

There are several garages on or just off Lincoln Street within a few blocks of 175 Federal Street.

From the South:

  1. Take Route 95 North to Route 93 North
  2. From Route 93 North, take exit 20, ‘Logan Airport/Worcester/South Station’
  3. Take the Frontage Road exit on the left toward South Station.
  4. Take a slight right onto New Frontage Road North
  5. Take the Kneeland Street Ramp toward ‘South Station/Downtown’
  6. Turn left onto Kneeland Street
  7. Turn right onto Lincoln Street
  8. Go straight through the light
  9. At the next light, take a right onto Summer Street
  10. Turn left onto High Street and on your right will be 175 Federal Street

There are several garages on or just off Lincoln Street within a few blocks of 175 Federal Street.

From the North:

  1. Take Route 93 South to exit 20A ‘South Station’
  2. Turn right onto South Street.
  3. Turn Right onto High Street

There are several garages within a few blocks of 175 Federal Street.

Visitor Information

First incorporated as a town in 1630, and as a city in 1822, Boston is one of America’s oldest cities, with a rich economic and social history. What began as a homesteading community eventually evolved into a center for social and political change. Boston has since become the economic and cultural hub of New England.

As the region’s hub, Boston is home to nearly 590,000 residents, many institutions of higher education, some of the world’s finest inpatient hospitals, and numerous cultural and professional sports organizations. Millions of people visit Boston to conduct business, attend cultural or sporting events and take in its historic neighborhoods.

For more information about Boston, visit www.bostonusa.com

 

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