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We are located within walking distance of the State St T-Station. Street parking is limited. Paid Parking is available at 60 State St Garage. By Car from I-93 South & North to 60 State St: Take exit 24A (from South) or exit 23 (from North). Follow signs for Gov Center. Upon exiting the tunnel, bear left at the light onto Surface Rd, passing Faneuil Hall Marketplace on your right. Turn right onto State St at the light (Old Town Trolley Tours on corner). Follow past a Dunkin Donuts on your left. You?ll approach a Starbucks on the right and just after you will see 60 State St on the right before the intersection with Congress St If looking for 60 State St Garage: take a right onto Merchants Row before the Starbucks. Drive past the Bertucci?s on your left and 60 State St Garage will be on left Walking from State St Station: Follow signs to exit at Old State House at intersection of State, and Congress Sts. Cross Congress St to the entrance of 60 State St. Bank of America on the 1st floor.

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