Directions to the MGH – Institute for Technology Assessment Office

101 Merrimac Street – 10th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
Telephone: (617) 724-4445


From Points North (Interstate 93)
Head South on the Interstate (93 South). Take the Haymarket Square/Government Center exit (first exit after Storrow Drive).
At the bottom of the ramp, you must turn right.
Continue for approximately 100 yards until you get to the next light at Congress Street.
Take a right onto Congress Street – this will become Portland Street. A restaurant called "West End Johnnies" will be on your left. (Note: Our building, 101 Merrimac, has two entrances – one on Merrimac Street and another on Portland Street. Both have “101” signs over the doors.
101 Merrimac will be the next building on the left after the restaurant. There is an Au Bon Pain at street level.


From Points North (Route 1 – Tobin Bridge)
Head South on Route 1 over the Tobin Bridge. (Don’t take the Charlestown Exit.)
Stay on the route heading under a tunnel, which eventually sends you onto 93 South.
Take the Haymarket Square/Government Center exit (first exit after Storrow Drive).
At the bottom of the ramp, you must turn right.
Continue for approximately 100 yards until you get to the next light at Congress Street.
Take a right onto Congress Street – this will become Portland Street. A restaurant called "West End Johnnies" will be on your left. (Note: Our building, 101 Merrimac, has two entrances – one on Merrimac Street and another on Portland Street. Both have “101” signs over the doors.
101 Merrimac will be the next building on the left after the restaurant. There is an Au Bon Pain at street level.


From Points South
Head North on the Interstate (93 North). Take the North Station/Causeway Street exit.
Go left at the end of the ramp onto Causeway Street; the Fleet Center will be on your right.
Proceed four blocks, and then turn left onto Lancaster Street.
Continue on Lancaster Street, and within 2 blocks, the street will merge with Merrimac Street.
101 Merrimac will be on the left where the two streets merge. It has a “101” sign over the doors.