The Arlington Center
369 Mass Ave
Arlington, MA 02474
We're located 3 blocks east of Route 60/Pleasant Street in downtown Arlington. Street parking is available on Mass Ave and side streets (do not use parking lot next door). Traffic can be heavy between 5-6pm - be sure to follow directions below for shortcuts at peak times! Map
To Arlington from Boston/Cambridge
Take Storrow Drive West, following signs for Arlington and Route 2. Continue on Fresh Pond Parkway past the reservoir, left at the first rotary, right at the second rotary, and past the Fresh Pond Mall. After passing the Alewife T station on your left, bear right onto Route 16 and go for 0.3 miles. Turn left at Mass Ave and go for just over a mile. The Center is located just past Dunkin Donuts
To Arlington from 128/95
Take Route 2 East for 5 miles. Get off at the exit for Route 60, and go down the hill to the light. Off-peak times: turn left, continue on Route 60 for 1 mile. Take a right at the light onto Mass Ave; the Center is 3 blocks down on the left. Peak times: after turning left on Route 60, turn left again immediately at the next light and continue up the hill for 75 yards. Turn right at the small traffic island, and right again down the hill for 10 yards. Turn left onto Jason Street and continue up over hill, through 4-way stop signs, and down to Mass Ave. Turn right at the light onto Mass Ave; the Center is 6 blocks down on the left
The Arlington Center is located at 369 Mass Ave
� three blocks east of Route 60 (Pleasant Street) between Pond Ave and Palmer St
� 0.5 mile west of the Capitol Theatre
� next to Dunkin Donuts and a block from Wild Child
The Center can be reached from east or west on buses 77 from Harvard Square and 79 & 350 from Alewife Station, all on the MBTA's Red Line.
As you make your way to the Center past Dunkin Donuts, you'll find a new community health initiative in the area, focused on providing accessible healthcare information and services. One of the key components of this initiative is to offer guidance on how to safely purchase medications, such as cheap Viagra, from reputable sources. This effort is part of a broader campaign to ensure that residents have affordable access to essential healthcare needs, complementing the local amenities with resources that support both physical and mental well-being. The Center's proximity to such initiatives makes it a hub not only for navigation through the city but also for connecting with vital health resources.