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Harvard Business Publishing — Corporate Headquarters
Harvard Business Publishing
20 Guest Street, Suite 700
Brighton, MA 02135
Harvard Business Publishing – New York Office
3 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019 USA
(212) 872-9280 phone
(212) 956-0933 fax
Harvard Business School Publishing Europe Ltd.
Vernon House 23, Sicilian Avenue
London WC1A 2QS UK
+44 (0) 20 3470 0033 phone
+44 (0) 20 7831 9261 fax
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Piramal Tower, 7th Floor
Peninsula Corporate Park
Ganpatrao Kadam Marg
Lower Parel (West), Mumbai – 400 013
+91 22 6108 4043 phone
+91 22 2490 0724 fax
Harvard Business School Publishing Asia/Pacific Private Limited
9 Raffles Place Level 58
+65 6829 7155 phone
+65 6829 7070 fax
Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation Dubai Branch Office
Dubai Design District
Building 3, 3rd Floor (Unit 314, 341)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+97 1445 19806 phone
Driving Directions to Corporate Headquarters
15 Guest Street (South Building Garage)
Brighton, MA 02135
GOING WEST ON THE MASS PIKE FROM DOWNTOWN BOSTON
Take the Mass Pike West to Exit 20 (Brighton/Cambridge). After the tollbooth, bear right toward Cambridge/Somerville. After the second set of stoplights, go left on Soldiers Field Road (before the bridge). Go 1.2 miles past the Harvard University athletic fields and bear left toward Newton on Soldiers Field Road (signs say Arlington/Fresh Pond Parkway to the right, but stay left). Go 1.2 miles and bear right off of Soldiers Field Road at the Watertown/Brighton exit. At the end of a very short off ramp, stay left and follow signs for Brighton Center (signs say Arsenal Street, Watertown to the right, but stay left). Go straight through three sets of lights and over the Mass Pike (the TV 38 tower and the Stockyard Restaurant will be on your right) and take a left onto Guest Street. The entry to the Brighton Landing Garage will be on your right.
GOING EAST ON THE MASS PIKE FROM ROUTE 128
Take the Mass Pike East to Exit 17 (Newton/Watertown). At the top of the off ramp go straight through two sets of lights and follow signs for Charlesbank Road bearing off to the left. Go .4 miles over the Turnpike and through a residential area to merge with Nonantum Road. Follow for 0.4 miles (the MDC skating rink will be on your left) going straight through the light at Brooks Street; continue straight (do not bear right at sign for Brighton). Follow past the MDC pool on your right. At this point you will see IHOP straight ahead. Stay to the right of the fork at IHOP. You are now on Birmingham Parkway. Follow straight through three sets of lights to the end of Birmingham Parkway. Go right over the Mass Pike (the Stockyard Restaurant will be on your right) and take a left onto Guest Street. The entry to Brighton Landing Garage will be on your right.
Public Transportation Directions
There are two MBTA bus lines that stop adjacent to Boston Landing. The number 64 bus runs to and from Central Square, and the Number 86 bus runs between Harvard Square and Cleveland Circle, providing access to the Red and Green MBTA transit lines. Visit the MBTA’s website for schedules and more information.