Rath Young Pignatelli: Concord
About the Concord Office

Rath, Young and Pignatelli is located at One Capital Plaza, Concord, NH, on the corner of Main Street and School Street. We occupy the second and third floors of the building above the Citizens Bank branch office on the first floor.


GPS Address:  81 North Main Street, Concord, NH  03301

From the North or South:

You will travel on Interstate 93 (north or south as the case may be) to Exit 14 for Bridge Street, State Offices.  At the end of the exit ramp, take a left if coming from the south; or take a right if coming from the north.  Go up to Main Street (you will see the Holiday Inn on the right).

Turn left on Main Street.  As you travel down Main Street, the State House will be on your right, and the second street on the right after the State House will be School Street.  Turn right on School Street (you will pass our building on the corner as you turn).

You will see the Municipal Parking Garage on the left.  This provides the most convenient parking and is located directly behind our building.

Taking the elevator to the ground floor of the parking garage, you will exit into a small courtyard.  Follow the sidewalk out to Main Street. Turn left. You will see the Citizens Bank Building and a sign in the window indicating One Capital Plaza, Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C.  Enter the lobby and take the elevator to the 2nd floor.

From the Seacoast Area:

If coming from the seacoast area, take I-393 (west) to its end in Concord.  At the lights, take a left onto Main Street. Travel south on Main Street about half a mile until you see the The Holiday Inn on your left.  Then, continue as above.

One Capital Plaza
New Hampshire
  • Office Administrator: Susan O'Donnell
  • Email: slo@rathlaw.com
  • Tel: 603-226-2600
  • Fax: 603-226-2700


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