Directions to 75 Federal Street

Via MBTA

From the Orange Line…
Take the Orange Line to the Red line and follow the directions for the Red Line below.

From the Green Line…
Take the Green Line to the Red Line and follow the directions for the Red Line below.

From the Blue Line & Logan Internaional Airport…
Take the Blue Line to the Orange Line to the Red Line and follow the directions for the Red Line below.
From Logan Int'l Airport, take the airport Shuttle Bus to the Blue Line MBTA stop. Take the Blue Line inbound to the Orange Line to the Red Line and follow the directions for the Red Line below.

From the Red Line…
Take Red line to South Station. Exit station via Atlantic Avenue and cross intersection to Federal St. Dunkin Donuts will be at the corner. Follow Federal Street for 1 1/2 blocks to 75 Federal Street.

Driving

From Storrow Drive
Take Storrow Drive East to 93 South. Take Exit 23 (Purchase Street, South Stations). At the second light, make a right onto Pearl Street. Go through two sets of traffic lights and entrance to Post Office Square Garage will be on your left. Enter parking garage, take ticket, and find parking space. Be sure to take parking ticket with you as you leave your vehicle, as you will need to have ticket to pay parking fee prior to returning to your car and leaving the parking facility. After parking, walk out the doors onto Franklin St. take a right and go straight one block to the corner of Franklin and Federal to 75 Federal Street. Take the elevator to the 4th Floor.

From the North
Take 93 South to Exit 23 (Purchase Street, South Station). At the second light, make a right onto Pearl Street. Go through two sets of traffic lights and entrance to Post Office Square Garage will be on your left. Enter parking garage, take ticket, and find parking space. Be sure to take parking ticket with you as you leave your vehicle, as you will need to have ticket to pay parking fee prior to returning to your car and leaving the parking facility. After parking, walk out the doors onto Franklin St. take a right and go straight one block to the corner of Franklin and Federal to 75 Federal Street. Take the elevator to the 4th Floor.

From the South
Take 93 North, take Exit 23 (Government Center). Stay left off the exit. You will immediately come to a traffic light after you bear left. Go straight to the third light and make a left onto Congress Street. Go through three sets of traffic lights. The entrance to the Post Office Square parking garage is on your left side immediately after you go through the third light at the intersection with Milk Street. Enter parking garage, take ticket, and find parking space. Be sure to take parking ticket with you as you leave your vehicle you will need to have ticket to pay parking fee prior to returning to your car and leaving the parking facility. After parking, walk out the doors onto Franklin St. take a right and go straight one block to the corner of Franklin and Federal to 75 Federal Street. Take the elevator to the 4th Floor.

From the East and Logan International Airport
Exit Logan Airport and follow signs to the Ted Williams Tunnel. Take Exit 24 to I-93 North to Exit 23 (Government Center). Stay left off the exit. You will immediately come to a traffic light after you bear left. Go straight to the third light and make a left onto Congress Street. Go through three sets of traffic lights. The entrance to the Post Office Square Garage will be on your left immediately after you go through the third light at the intersection with Milk Street. Enter parking garage, take ticket, and find parking space. Be sure to take parking ticket with you as you leave your vehicle, you will need to have ticket to pay parking fee prior to returning to your car and leaving the parking facility. After parking, walk out the doors onto Franklin St., take a right and go straight one block to the corner of Franklin and Federal to 75 Federal Street. Take the elevator to the 4th Floor.

From the West
Take Mass Pike (90 East) to Exit 24B to I-93 North to Exit 23 (Government Center). Stay left off the exit. You will immediately come to a traffic light after you bear left. Go straight to the third light and make a left onto Congress Street. Go through three sets of traffic lights. The entrance to the Post Office Square Garage will be on your left immediately after you go through the third light at the intersection with Milk Street. Enter parking garage, take ticket, and find parking space. Be sure to take parking ticket with you as you leave your vehicle, you will need to have ticket to pay parking fee prior to returning to your car and leaving the parking facility. After parking, walk out the doors onto Franklin St., take a right and go straight one block to the corner of Franklin and Federal to 75 Federal Street. Take the elevator to the 4th Floor.

Parking

The most convenient parking is at Post Office Square, as indicated in the individual directions. Additional parking is available at 125 High St., the corner of Congress St. and High St., and the Langham Hotel (on Pearl St. near intersection of Franklin St.).

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