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Important note about Google & Google Maps, GPS for Uber/Lyft: When you enter 625 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge into Google Maps, it may say that it’s located Watertown, MA 02472. The map displayed is correct, but the town is incorrect. 625 Mt. Auburn Street is in Cambridge, MA 02138. Our office is located between Aberdeen Ave and Homer Ave in Cambridge. Homer Ave is next to Star Market. This may affect GPS systems that will lead you to an address in Watertown about 1/2 mile away.
Uber, Lyft & GPS Address: The GPS used by Uber/Lyft may take you to an address in Watertown about 1/2 mile away from our office. You can put in the address of our parking lot, 30 Homer Ave in Cambridge, MA 02138 to ensure you end up at the right location.
625 Mt. Auburn Street in Cambridge is accessible from both the 71 (Watertown Square) and 73 (Waverly Square) MBTA bus routes from the Harvard T Station (red line.)
From the Harvard T Station, both bus routes follow Mt Auburn Street. Get off the bus at the Star Market Bus Stop, immediately after the Aberdeen Bus Stop (CITGO and Gulf gas stations are on your right.) Walk back one block down Mt. Auburn Street.
Note: You pay when getting off the bus when going outbound (to Charles River) but pay when getting on the bus going inbound (to Harvard Square).
625 Mt. Auburn Street is a three-floor stone-and-glass building on immediately on your left, between Homer Ave & Aberdeen Ave.
For information on MBTA bus schedules, check the MBTA Home Page.
GPS address for parking lot behind building: 30 Homer Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138.
From the Mass Pike:
Take exit 20 toward Cambridge/Somerville. Merge on to Cambridge Street. This becomes River Street and and once you’ve crossed over the Charles River on the River Street Bridge, turn left onto Memorial Drive (Routes 3 N/2 W) and proceed 1.6 miles. Just after Mt. Auburn Hospital on your right, take left lanes (to Rt. 16 S) to bear left onto Mt. Auburn Street. Continue ½ mile and 625 is on your right. Turn right at the traffic light onto Homer Avenue and then turn right again into the parking lot. Enter 30 Homer Avenue into your GPS for directions to take you straight to the parking lot.
From Boston via Storrow Drive and Soldiers Field Road:
Continue west past Harvard Business School and athletic fields, following sign to the right for Routes 2 and 3. Cross the Charles River on the Eliot Bridge, turning right after the bridge, but then immediately bear left at the first fork for Routes 2 and 3. Just after Mt. Auburn Hospital on your right, take the left lanes (to Rt. 16 S) to bear left onto Mt. Auburn Street. Continue ½ mile and 625 is on your right. Turn right at the traffic light onto Homer Avenue and then turn right again into the parking lot. Enter 30 Homer Avenue into your GPS for directions to take you straight to the parking lot.
There is free parking lot behind the building, accessible via Homer Ave. Enter 30 Homer Avenue into your GPS for directions to take you straight to the parking lot.
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