One Cranberry Hill #304
Lexington, MA 02421
Phone: (617) 494-1920
Fax: (617) 494-1921
Whether you are arriving by car or train, our office is easily accessible to commuters. Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry is easy to get to from Route 2, Route 128/95, and Storrow Drive. Our office provides ample, free parking for visitors in a parking garage located behind our building. Our office is located on the ninth floor.
Driving Directions:Map and Driving Directions
From Boston: Take Storrow Drive West. Look for the Fresh Pond Parkway exit. Stay to the right as the road forks. On this road, you will pass through two sets of lights and merge onto Fresh Pond Parkway. Bear left at the first rotary. At the second rotary, bear right and pass the Fresh Pond Shopping Center on your right. At the second set of lights after the shopping center, take a left onto Cambridge Park Dr.
From 128/95 South: Take 128/95 North. Take Route 2 East, exit 29A, to the Alewife Station exit. Take the ramp to the right and drive past the Alewife T Station (on your left). Continue straight on Alewife Station Access Road to the traffic lights. Take a right onto Cambridge Park Dr. Refer to the second paragraph of the From Boston directions.
From 128/95 North: Take 128/95 South. Take Route 2 East, exit 29A. Refer to the directions From 128/95 South.
From West of Boston: Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike East (Rt. 90) and exit at Route 128/95. Refer to the directions From 128/95 South.
Taking the T/Bus:
Alewife Station, a terminal of the MBTA's Red Line, is a two-minute walk from GHA&E. The T is accessible from virtually anywhere in the city of Boston. The station also serves as an MBTA bus terminal for several local routes. For more information on routes, please visit www.mbta.com.
When arriving at the Alewife T stop, exit the T station to the left. Turn right onto Cambridge Park Dr. Building #150 is on the left side. GHA&E is on the ninth (9th) floor.
Parking: Please turn left after 150 Cambridge Park Dr and park in the “140 Cambridge Park Drive” garage, located directly behind our office. Do not be deterred by the sign that says “No Visitor Parking.” You are allowed to park as our guest. Use the buzzer/intercom to tell the guard where you are going so he/she will lift the gate. Once you have entered the parking lot, you can park anywhere you can find a space as long as it is not marked “Reserved.”
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