1414 faces the Inner Harbor and is directly across from the Baltimore Museum of Industry. You will see its large red crane. The building sits between the side streets Boyle St. and Webster St.
Parking: You can either use the 2-hour metered parking (.50¢ per hour) in front of the building or look for free parking on the side streets or residential area behind. You can park on any of these streets for free without worry of a time limit. Some of these streets are one-way so be mindful of that.
Do not use the parking garage to the left of the building on Boyle St. is for Walgreens and Medstar only.
Entering the building. The entryway to 1414 right next to the bike shop. Go up the ramp or the stairs. If the door is locked use the call box on your right. Each therapist’s name is listed on the call box. Use the A and Z buttons (as if they were arrow buttons) to scroll through the names until you see my name highlighted with an ®. Once my name is highlighted, push the “call” button and it will ring my phone and I will buzz you in.
Elevator or stairs: When you enter the building, you have a choice—elevator or stairs. We are on the 3rd floor suite 300M and our suite is the angled double doors and is identified as SoBo Suites.
- Stairs. Walk straight forward and go up the open staircase to the 3rd floor. At the top of the stairs, go through the doors on the left. The hallway will lead you through suites of offices. You will come to a set of double doors on the right. Enter and have a seat in the waiting room and I will come get you.
- Elevator. Enter the building and make an immediate right, then advance to the end of the hall and turn left. The elevator will be on your right. (It is a service elevator. There is another elevator but instructions then become more complicated.) Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Our office entrance will be the double doors on your left as you exit the elevator.