Directions to Crown Colony

From Boston and Points North
Take 93 South (Southeast Expressway) to the Braintree Split. Bear left at the split onto Route 3 towards Cape Cod. Take the first exit on right, labeled Washington Street (Quincy Adams T). Follow the exit ramp, bearing to the left towards Quincy Adams T Station (do not go into the parking garage). Bear left until you reach the lights at the bottom of the ramp. At the bottom of the hill turn left, then bear left into the Crown Colony Business Park. 300 Crown Colony Drive is on the right. Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane, LLP is on the 4th Floor.

From I-95, Route 128, Route 24 and Points South
Take Route 128 towards Braintree/Boston. Bear right at the split onto Route 3 towards Cape Cod. Take the first exit on right, labeled Washington Street (Quincy Adams T). Follow exit ramp, bearing to left towards Quincy Adams T Station (do not go into the parking garage). Bear left until you reach the lights at the bottom of the ramp. At the bottom of the hill turn left, then bear left into the Crown Colony Business Park. 300 Crown Colony Drive is on the right. Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane, LLP is on the 4th Floor. 

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