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Choate Hall & Stewart

Two International Place
Boston, MA 02110 USA

t 617-248-5000

f 617-248-4000

From Red Line - South Station

Coming out of South Station onto Summer Street, cross Surface Road and walk one block to High Street. Turn right at High Street and walk four blocks to Oliver Street. International Place is on the NE corner of High Street and Oliver Street.

From Green Line - Park Street Station

Coming out of Park Street, cross Tremont Street and proceed down Winter Street one block until you get to Washington Street. Turn left on to Washington Street. Take your first right onto Franklin Street. Walk seven more blocks to Oliver Street. Turn right at Oliver Street and walk one block to High Street. International Place is on the NE corner of High Street and Oliver Street.

From Blue Line - Aquarium Station

Coming out of Aquarium Station proceed left on Atlantic Avenue to Rowes Wharf. Cross Atlantic Avenue and Surface Road to High Street. Two International Place is located on the right at the corner of Surface Road and High Street.

From Orange Line - State Street Station

Coming out at the Old State House, proceed to the intersection of State Street and Congress Street.  Cross Congress Street, staying on State Street.  Turn right onto Kilby Street for two blocks to the Kilby/Milk Street intersection.  Continue onto Oliver Street (Kilby becomes Oliver) and International Place will be on the left.


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