Zalkind Duncan & Bernstein LLP is located in the heart of Boston’s North End. Overlooking the historic waterfront, our firm is steps away from the Aquarium, Faneuil Hall, and Quincy Market. We are easily accessible by both the Blue and Green lines of the T, with the closest stops being Aquarium (Blue) and Government Center or Haymarket Square (Green and Orange). In addition, our firm is about a fifteen-minute walk from North Station.Court Proximity
Our office is conveniently located within walking distance to five different courts. We are about a fifteen-minute walk to Suffolk Superior Court, the Massachusetts Appeals Court, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and Boston Municipal Court. We are a twenty-minute walk (one mile) from the U.S. District Court – Boston, which lies across the Fort Point Channel from our office in the neighborhood of South Boston.Parking
Parking for our firm is available either on the street, with metered parking, or in one of the many lots located near us. The three closest lots to our firm are located at 641 Lewis Warf, 269 Commercial Street, and 290 Commercial Street. Parking is also available in the Parcel 7 (Haymarket) Garage at 136 Blackstone Street, and the Government Center Garage at 1 Congress Street.Neighborhood
The North End neighborhood is well known for its abundance of Italian restaurants and bakeries. Some of the firm favorites include The Golden Goose Market and Cafe, a deli right around the corner from our office, Carmelina’s on Hanover Street, and Modern Pastry for cakes and cannolis. See this list for a complete guide to the restaurants located in the North End. In addition to its delicious food, the North End is home to famous historical landmarks, including Paul Revere’s house, built around 1680, the Old North Church, Boston’s oldest surviving church, and the Copps Hill Burying Ground, a 350-year-old cemetery that is the final resting place of many historic Boston figures.
These historic North End sites, and other famous sites near our office and throughout Boston, are connected by Boston’s Freedom Trail, a series of museums, historic markers, and other sites of interest that demarcate the physical artifacts of the history of Boston. In addition to the sites in the North End, our office is just a few blocks from Faneuil Hall Marketplace, an 18th century market nicknamed “the cradle of liberty,” which has been home to some of our nation’s most famous rallies and speakers. It was in Faneuil Hall that the colonists first rallied against “taxation without representation,” and a century later where famed suffragists Lucy Stone and Susan B. Anthony rallied for the right to vote for women. Across the street from our office is the Christopher Columbus park, which offers scenic views of the Boston Harbor, a playground, and plenty of open green space to enjoy.
A short walk from our office, the Boston Public Market is an indoor not-for-profit organization that serves as a marketplace for local farmers, fishers, and entrepreneurs to connect with and sell their products to the community.