Driving & Parking

Driving & Parking

My office is located on Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington Center in a white, wood frame, two-story building. A sign hanging over the front porch advertises “Incite Architecture.” On the right side of the driveway is a store called CAKE. After entering the building walk upstairs to the second floor. My office is clearly marked and overlooks Massachusetts Avenue.

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From Route 128 (I-95) North & South:

Take exit #31A (marked “Lexington 4 – 225”) which joins and becomes Bedford Street. Proceed on Bedford Street about a mile and a half into the Center of Lexington, until Bedford Street joins and becomes Massachusetts Avenue at Lexington’s town green, where a statue of a colonial farmer holding a rifle appears on your right.

Continue on Massachusetts Avenue through Lexington Center, past one set of lights at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Waltham Street. In a few hundred yards you will see the Post Office on the left. Immediately past the Post Office are the Lexington Town Offices, and my office is opposite the Town Offices. Enter the driveway on your right, just before the building.

From Route 2 West: (Cambridge / Arlington)

Take exit #54B (marked “Waltham Street – Lexington”), which joins and becomes Waltham Street. Proceed on Waltham Street for about two miles, past three sets of lights, until Waltham Street ends at Massachusetts Avenue.

Turn Right on Massachusetts Avenue. In a few hundred feet you will see the Post Office on the left. Immediately past the Post Office are the Lexington Town Offices. My office is opposite the Town Offices. Enter the driveway on your right, just before the building.

From Route 2 East: (Concord / Acton)

Take exit #53 (marked “Spring Street – Lexington – Waltham”) which ends at a stop sign on Spring Street. Turn right on Spring Street and proceed for just over a mile, until a stop sign at the intersection of Spring Street and Marrett Road. Bear right and proceed on Marrett Road for about one half mile until a set of lights where Marrett Road intersects with Waltham Street. Turn left on Waltham Street and proceed past one set of lights, until Waltham Street ends at Massachusetts Avenue.

Turn Right on Massachusetts Avenue. In a few hundred feet you will see the Post Office on the left. Immediately past the Post Office are the Lexington Town Offices. My office is opposite the Town Offices. Enter the driveway on your right, just before the building.

From Route 2A West: (Woburn / Winchester)

Proceed on Route 2A, (Maple Street) until it intersects with Massachusetts Avenue. Turn right on Massachusetts Avenue and proceed for about one mile until Lexington Center. As you come into Lexington Center four red brick buildings will appear on your right. The third building houses the Lexington Town Offices, and my office is opposite the Town Offices. Enter the driveway on your left, just after the building.

From Route 2A East: (Lincoln / Hanscom Field)

Proceed on Route 2A, and as you enter Lexington you will pass a blue sign on the right marked “Minuteman Tech”. In a few hundred yards Route 2A will bend sharply to the right in front of a small park (with a brown sign marked “The Battle Road – April 19, 1775), on a street marked “Old Mass Ave”. Turn left on “Old Mass Ave” and continue for about one half mile, until “Old Mass Ave” ends at a stop sign (on an unmarked street), which is Wood Street. Turn right on Wood Street until it ends (in about one hundred feet) at a stop sign at Massachusetts Avenue. Turn left on Massachusetts Avenue and proceed for about one and a half miles until Lexington’s town green, where a statue of a colonial farmer holding a rifle appears on your left.

Continue on Massachusetts Avenue through Lexington Center, past one set of lights at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Waltham Street. In a few hundred feet you will see the Post Office on the left. Immediately past the Post Office are the Lexington Town Offices. My office is opposite the Town Offices. Enter the driveway on your right, just before the building.