288 Walnut Street, 300
Newtonville, MA 02460
We are at the corner of Walnut ST and Newtonville AVE (church building). Entrance to the building is via 449 Newtonville Ave (under the green awning.)
tel: 617 340-9907
We are closeby! Ti2 is accessible via T, bus and commuter rail. Although we cannot coordinate carpooling, we do have a parent/caregiver bulletin board to help facilitate ridesharing.
288 Walnut Street, Newtonville (exit 17 on Mass Pike). Easily accessible within 15-20 minutes from:
- Arlington, Cambridge and Watertown via Mt Auburn ST/RT 16 or Charles Bank/Nonantum RD, Washington ST, Lewis Terrace (cross Pike) to Newtonville AV
- Belmont via Pleasant, White, Waverly, ST or RTs 60 & 20, Washington ST, Lewis Terrace (cross Pike) to Newtonville AV
- Lexington, Needham, Waltham, Wellesleyand Weston via I-95/128 to I-90 or via RTs 16 & 30
- Boston and Brookline via Commonwealth, Beacon or Boylston STs
- many cities/towns via public transportation.
If you are coming from points East, we encourage you NOT to take the MASS Pike during peak travel times.
We are five minutes from Shaws, Whole Foods and ten minutes from Trader Joes. Make it a grocery stock-up day! Or, relax in a cafe, exercise with a personal trainer, take a yoga class, make a bank deposit, got to CVS, drop off your other child at Suzuki Violin or Boston Ballet School. Walnut Street in downtown Newtonville is a lovely area with independently-owned stores and a step back from the hustle and bustle.
We ask for your full cooperation in parking legally and being good ambassadors for The Innovation Institute. There is metered and unmetered, two-hour on-street parking available. Off-street parking is also available at the Austin Municipal Lot, which is three blocks (and visible) from our facility. The lot is directly across from the Star/Shaws Market and Starbucks.
The City of Newton takes parking seriously; we do, too. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Pick Up and Drop Off Service
We have a free, secure drop-off and pick-up program when parking is not feasible.