Rath Young Pignatelli: Nashua
About the Nashua Office

Directions

From the North

Everett Turnpike (Route 3) south to Exit 8.

  • The exit sign reads “Amherst/Milford”.
  • The exit ramp goes only westerly.
  • Proceed straight through the first (blinking) set of lights,  merge onto Somerset Parkway, get into left lane and at the next lights, turn left into Trafalgar Square.
  • Go 100 yards ahead to a T intersection with a large clock opposite you.  Bear left.
  • You will pass the Crowne Plaza on the left.
  • The Glass Tower is a six story green glass building just ahead on the left.  (Additional parking available in lot beyond the building.)
  • The office is located on the 3rd floor.  Turn right off the elevators, proceed to end of the hall.

From the South

Rte. 93N; Rte. 95(128)S; Rte. 3 North at Burlington Mall
Everett Turnpike (Route 3) North to Exit 8.

  • The Exit sign reads “Amherst/Milford”.
  • Proceed approximately 4/10 of a mile to the second set of
    lights and turn left into Trafalgar Square
  • Bear left 100 yards ahead at the clock tower.
  • You will see the Crowne Plaza Hotel on the left.
  • The Glass Tower is a six story green glass building, just ahead on the left.
  • The office is located on the 3rd floor.  Turn right after coming off the elevator.

Landmarks near the Glass Tower office building

  • Crowne Plaza Hotel – The Glass Tower office building is adjacent to the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
  • Somerset Plaza
    Route 101-A — the Glass Tower is directly behind the Somerset Plaza located on Route 101-A, but is accessible by Exit 8 or Exit 7W off the Everett Turnpike.
20 Trafalgar SquareThe Glass Tower
Nashua
New Hampshire
03063
  • Office Administrator: Michael A. Pignatelli
  • Email: map@rathlaw.com
  • Tel: 603-889-9952
  • Fax: 603-595-7489

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