We welcome you to Mad*Pow Boston! Located in the heart of the Leather District, we're surrounded by Boston's most elite companies and corporations. Being neighbors with our clients has it's benefits. We often hold workshops, brainstorming sessions, and research studies in our own usability lab, and more, located within our collaborative office space.
Here's the guide to getting here. We look forward to seeing you soon!
How to get here
Our official address is 179 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA 02111, BUT the door on that side is locked. The main entrance to the building is on Surface Road directly across from the Chinatown arch.
Nearby T stops are South Station (red line, Amtrak, and Commuter Rail) and Chinatown (orange line). There are also several MBTA busses.
There are several parking lots and garages around but they range from $24-$39 per day. Parking is available in the basement of our building at a $30 a day rate--It is first come, first served basis.
Once you get here
- Let the security guard know that you're visiting us for a meeting.
- Take the elevator or stairs to the 5th floor.
- Follow the signs to Mad*Pow, we're located at the end of the left hallway.
- Ring the doorbell and a Mad*Pow'er will gladly let you in!
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