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Directions

We are located on the 10th floor of the Gold Building, which is #234 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510. The Gold Building is one block north of the historic New Haven Green and is easily identified by its distinctive gold windows. It can also be identified by the Chase Bank on the ground floor.

From the North and South

If you are traveling on I-95 North, get onto I-91 North and take Exit #3 – TRUMBULL STREET.

If you are traveling on I-91 South, take Exit #3 – TRUMBULL STREET.

At the end of the #3 Exit ramp is a traffic light – this is the intersection of Trumbull and Orange Streets. Proceed straight. At the next intersection there are two traffic lights in quick succession – take a left at the second light onto Temple Street.

For those traveling south on Whitney Avenue, follow Whitney until it turns into Temple Street (this occurs at the intersection with Trumbull Street)

Follow Temple Street and take your SECOND LEFT onto WALL STREET.

Once on Wall St., the Gold Building is on your right at the end of the block. There may be parking on the street. If not, at the light, you should take a left onto Church Street. There is a public Court House parking garage on the right-hand side of Church Street (“Court House” is just the name of the parking garage; it is not restricted to court house employees and visitors).

From the Merritt Parkway and the West

Get onto Route 34 and follow Route 34 into New Haven. It is quite a distance so don’t become discouraged. It gets tricky at the major intersection of Route 34 and ET Grasso Boulevard where you will need to take a right-hand turn onto ET Grasso Boulevard and then a quick left at the next light onto the continuation of Route 34. Watch closely for the signs for Route 34. Route 34 will then continue approximately one mile past long blocks of empty land (buildings demolished in re-development). It will take you past the Yale-New Haven Hospital complex, which will be on your right. You should continue straight but stay to the right through the complex (don’t get on the I-95 connector). When you have passed the hospital on your right, you will reach a stop light at the intersection with Church Street. Take a left onto Church Street and follow it for approximately 1/2 mile past the New Haven Green, which will be on your left and across Elm Street (Wachovia Bank, New Haven Savings Bank and the old court house are all at this major intersection of Church and Elm). When you have crossed Elm Street, the Gold Building, 234 Church Street, will be on your left at the corner of Church and Wall Streets. If you cannot find street parking, there is a public Court House parking garage on the right-hand side of Church Street just past the Gold Building (“Court House” is just the name of the parking garage; it is not restricted to court house employees and visitors).

If you have any questions or problems or if you have any special needs, please call us at 1-888-276-3030.