Maps and Directions

2 Center Plaza, #530
Boston, MA 02108
Toll Free: 800-379-1244
Phone: 617-723-7676
Fax: 617-723-7777

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It is easy to get to the Boston, Massachusetts personal injury law office of Breakstone, White & Gluck, PC. Our office is conveniently located across from City Hall and the Government Center T Station in downtown Boston. There is parking at the meters in front of City Hall, or in the garage of the Center Plaza building.

On the T icon On the T: Take the Green Line or Blue Line to Government Center. We are right across the street. Take the Orange Line to State Street. After leaving the station, walk towards City Hall Plaza, then cross Cambridge Street to Center Plaza. Take the Red Line to Park Street, then take any Green Line train to Government Center.

From the North From the North: Take I-93 South, exit at Storrow Drive. Follow directions for Storrow Drive below.

From Storrow Drive: Take the Cambridge Street/Government Center exit, drive up Cambridge Street past Massachusetts General Hospital (on the left) and the Holiday Inn (on the left). Just past the top of the hill you will pass the Federal Building (on the left). Take your next right hand turn onto Somerset Street, then enter the parking garage on your left.

From the South: Take I-93 (the Southeast Expressway) north, into the new tunnel. Take the Exit 23, which is the exit for Government Center. At the top of the ramp, go left and follow North Street to the end. Go left on Congress Street, then right at the first light onto Court Street. At the end of the street, turn right onto Cambridge Street. Our office is now on the left. There may be meters available on the street. If not, turn left at the end of the block onto Somerset Street and enter the parking garage on your left.

From the West: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to Cambridge/Storrow Drive exit (exit is on the left). Stay to the right on the off-ramp, and merge into Cambridge Street. Take the right onto Storrow Drive, which is before you go over the Charles River bridge, then follow directions for Storrow Drive above. OR Take the Turnpike to I-93 in downtown Boston, exit onto I-93 North, and follow directions for "From the South" above.

For Cyclists iconFor Cyclists: Free bicycle parking is available. There are bike racks inside the Center Plaza garage and on the street outside 3 Center Plaza.

There is a Blue Bikes station outside of the Government Center T station, directly below our office. Blue Bikes is the regional bike share serving Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Brookline and other communities. You can rent a bike and park at the Government Center bike station while you visit our office. Download the Blue Bikes app in advance so you know what to expect. Make sure to wear a bicycle helmet or bring one if you plan to rent a bicycle for part of your commute.

If you are traveling on the MBTA, you can take your bike on the Red Line and Orange Line, except during peak commuting hours. For those coming into the Government Center T station, you can travel with your bike on the Blue Line, but not Green Line trolleys.

City of Boston's Bike Parking Tips

MBTA Guide for Bikes

City of Boston's Blue Bikes Guide

Client Reviews
David really cared about me as an individual…and he really cared about seeking the justice that needed to be sought in the case. Peter
Ron got the insurance company to settle for the maximum on the policy. And so as a result of that, my son went back to school. Jeff
Marc just guided us through the whole process. He told us exactly what would happen and how we needed to go about doing everything. Jesenia
I would recommend David…The outcome of my case, I was very pleased with it. I hope I don't have another accident, but if I do we'll be back to see David. Paul
Ron was excellent. He was on top of everything. He answered every question. John
Marc was extremely professional. I felt very confident that he knew exactly what he was doing. This is his area of practice and I had total confidence in him and I actually have recommended him to other people who have been in accidents. Josh