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Exit at the Copley Square Stop. Follow Dartmouth St. toward the Charles River for 2 blocks. Our building is just past Newbury St. at the intersection of Dartmouth St. and Commonwealth Ave.
**Our building can be entered from either 290 Dartmouth St. or 160 Commonwealth Ave.
Orange Line & Commuter Rail:
Exit at the Back Bay stop and use the Dartmouth St. exit from the station. Turn right onto Dartmouth St. and walk 4 or 5 blocks toward the Charles River. Our building is just past Newbury St. at the intersection of Dartmouth St. and Commonwealth Ave. **Our building can be entered from either 290 Dartmouth or 160 Commonwealth Ave.
Transfer to either Orange or Green line and follow directions above.
In the morning, up until 9:30 or 10am, meter parking is frequently available on Dartmouth St. between Newbury and Beacon Streets. There is also a parking lot directly behind our building at 149 Newbury St. The entrance to the lot is on Newbury St., near the corner of Dartmouth St. Cost is $ 20 for 1 hour or less, $30 for 1.5 hours or less, or to a max of $42 for the day. The lot opens at 7am. If you arrive early for your appointment, there is a Starbucks just a few doors down at 165 Newbury Street.
Testing clients should plan on taking public transportation to our office or use the parking lot. It can interrupt the testing process to have to feed a meter. Please plan accordingly!
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