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Mr. Gossels' office is a member of Weston Patrick, which occupies the top floor of 84 State Street in the heart of downtown Boston near the Government Center and State Street MBTA stations. Our office may be reached by car or public transportation:

From the Western suburbs, you may take:

The Green Line from Boston College, Cleveland Circle or Riverside to Government Center and take a short walk down State Street to No. 84.

The Red Line train from Alewife to Park Street. Then take the Green Line to Government Center and walk down to 84 State Street.

A train into North Station. If you prefer, you may take a twelve minute walk along Canal or Friend Streets and Congress Street to 84 State Street or take a cab. You may also take the Orange Line at North Station to State Street or the Green Line at North Station to Government Center and walk down to 84 State Street.

Take the train into South Station, the Red Line to Downtown Crossing and an Orange Line train to State Street, take a cab from South Station or walk to 84 State Street by way of Atlantic Avenue and Congress Street.

The Massachusetts Turnpike (Rte. I-90) will bring you into Downtown Boston. Take the last exit onto Rte. I-93 North, take the Atlantic Avenue exit and, depending on the detours created by the Big Dig, look for State Street. If there is no direct access to State Street from Atlantic Avenue, look for Broad Street, which will take you to State Street.

Route 2 will take you to Storrow Drive. Get off at Cambridge Street, take a left on New Sudbury Street and a right onto Congress Street until it crosses State street at the Old State House. Our office is on State Street, two buildings below that intersection on the left.

From the Southern suburbs you may:

Take the Orange Line to State Street and walk a short distance down to No. 84.

Take the Red Line to Downtown Crossing, and the Orange Line to State Street.

Take the Southeast Expressway (Rte. I-93) until the Atlantic Avenue exit in Downtown Boston. Then follow directions to State Street as best you can. See 1.e above.

From the Northern suburbs you may:

Take a train into North Station and following the instructions above.

Take the Orange Line from Oak Grove and get off at State Street.

Route I-93 South: Take the Callahan Tunnel Exit, then take an immediate left and right to State Street. Then turn right up State Street to No. 84.

Routes 107 and 1: 107 joins up with Route 1 [also 1A, see 1.e below]. Take Route 1 South to Route I-93 South crossing the Tobin Bridge into Boston. Take the Callahan Tunnel exit, left at bottom of ramp and follow the signs to State Street.

Route 1A: 1A South to the Sumner Tunnel. Right out of the tunnel, take second left which will take you down Blackstone Street [the outdoor market area]. Left at the intersection and following the signs to State Street;


Exit the tunnel, take an immediate right onto Hanover Street. Take the third left onto Tony DeMarco Street. At the light, take a left onto Commercial Street and follow it around [it becomes Atlantic Avenue] to State Street.


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