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    155 Seaport Blvd
    Boston, MA 02210
  • T 617.439.2000
  • F 617.310.9000

Overview

Directions

Directions

From Points North

Head southbound on Interstate 93 and take Exit 23, Purchase Street/South Station and get into the left lane. At the first set of lights, take a left and proceed straight onto Seaport Boulevard/the Moakley Bridge and follow for approximately .8 miles. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage is on the right, immediately after Seaport Boulevard/B Street Intersection.

Once inside the garage take the West Garage elevators to the lobby. From the lobby take the first set of elevators closest to the security desk to Floor 5.

From Points South

Head northbound on Interstate 93 to Exit 20, Massachusetts Turnpike/Logan Airport. Once on the exit ramp follow signs for South Boston, staying in the right lane through the tunnel. At the first set of lights at the end of the off-ramp, take a right onto Congress Street. Once on Congress Street, move towards the far left lane and at the first set of lights, take a left onto B Street, which runs in front of the Seaport West building. Follow B Street to the end and take a right at the lights onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be immediately on the right.

Once inside the garage take the West Garage elevators to the lobby. From the lobby take the first set of elevators closest to the security desk to Floor 5.

From Western Massachusetts and Points via the Massachusetts Turnpike

Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike/Interstate 90 East to Exit 25, South Boston. Stay to the left of the fork on the off-ramp, following signs for Seaport Boulevard. Continue straight through the first set of lights at the end of the off-ramp, and proceed straight onto East Service Road. At the next set of lights, take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. Follow Seaport Boulevard through the next set of lights. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be on the right, just past the Seaport Boulevard/B Street intersection.

Once inside the garage take the West Garage elevators to the lobby. From the lobby take the first set of elevators closest to the security desk to Floor 5.

From Points West via Storrow Drive

Take Storrow Drive East to Leverett Circle and follow the signs for Interstate 93 South/Logan Airport. Once on Interstate 93 South, follow directions from "Points North."

From Logan Airport

Follow the exit signs towards the I-90 West/Ted Williams Tunnel. Go through the tunnel and take Exit 25. At the top of the ramp, proceed straight through the set of lights onto B Street, which runs in front of the Seaport West building. Follow B Street to the end and take a right at the lights onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be immediately on the your right.

Once inside the garage take the West Garage elevators to the lobby. From the lobby take the first set of elevators closest to the security desk to Floor 5.

Parking

There is ample surface parking in the Seaport district within 1-2 blocks of Nutter’s building (parking lots and metered spaces). In addition, there is garage parking beneath the building.

Seaport Garage Parking Rates
0-1 hour         $11.00
1-2 hours        $21.00
2-3 hours        $23.00
3-6 hours        $25.00
6-10 hours      $27.00
10-24 hours    $35.00

Sticker books are available at the garage cashier and sold in sheets of 5 stickers for $95.

Public Transportation

Take the MBTA Red Line or commuter rail to South Station. From South Station take any Silver Line Waterfront bus (SL1 or SL2) to the World Trade Center stop. Take the stairs/escalator/elevator up one level to Congress Street. Take a left out of the station onto Congress Street. At the next intersection take a right and the entrance to Seaport West will be ahead on the right.

Take the MBTA Green Line or commuter rail to North Station. BostonCoach shuttles are located on Causeway Streets. Please note that shuttle service from this location is unavailable between 10:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. 

Seaport West Shuttle Service Provided by Boston Coach

Shuttles run Monday through Friday and are complimentary for Seaport employees. Please have your employee ID handy to show the driver. Clients who have a meeting at the firm may use the shuttle but must let the driver know they have a meeting at Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP in the Seaport West building.

North Station Shuttle Service
Pick-up and Drop-Off on Causeway Street (directly in front of North Station).

North Station Shuttle Schedule
6:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. continuous
3:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. continuous

Logan International Airport

From Logan Airport, Take the Silver Line Waterfront SL1 from any of the airport terminals to the World Trade Center stop. Take the stairs/escalator/elevator up one level to Congress Street. Take a left out of the station onto Congress Street. At the next intersection take a right and then entrance to Seaport West will be ahead on the right.

Water Taxi

City Water Taxi provides on-call water transportation, linking the Seaport World Trade Center Marine Terminal with the Logan Airport Dock, Downtown and Quincy Market. The water taxi can be hailed by any Seaport concierge or doorman. 617-422-0392. www.citywatertaxi.com   

Rowes Wharf Water Taxi provides on-call water transportation, linking the Seaport World Trade Center Marine Terminal with the Logan Airport Dock, Moakley Federal Courthouse and the Rowes Wharf area by the New England Aquarium. Call the boat in advance or when you get to the dock: 617-406-8584. www.roweswharfwatertaxi.com

From the Boston Convention and Exhibit Center (walking)

Exit the Boston Exhibit and Convention Center's front doors and cross Summer Street to World Trade Center Avenue. Walk across the bridge. Seaport West is the building on the left. Enter the building (entrance is on the 3rd floor) and take the elevator to the lobby. From the lobby, take the building elevator to the 5th floor.

For additional information on transportation to the Seaport District, please click here.

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