Berklee College of Music’s first ground-up, custom-built facility boasts 173 residence hall rooms for 369 students, 23 practice rooms, six two-story common areas, a fitness center, and a 400-seat dining hall that doubles as a performance space.  The state-of-the-art building, located in the heart of Back Bay provides spectacular views. 


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160 Mass. Ave. is located just south of Boylston Street. Situated in Boston's Back Bay, the building is easily accessible by subway, car, and bus.

By Subway: Take the Green Line to the Hynes Convention Center stop. Exit left onto Massachusetts Avenue and cross Boylston Street. The Berklee Performance Center is about 30 yards from the corner. Consult the MBTA Web site for bus routes and schedules.

By Car:
From the West: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) east to exit 22 (Prudential Center exit), which begins in a tunnel. When you reach this exit, bear left onto street level and stay left onto Huntington Avenue. Merge into the right lane and turn right at the third traffic light onto Massachusetts Avenue. The Berklee Performance Center is on your right, just past the third light.

From the South: Take Route 93 north (Southeast Expressway) to the Massachusetts Avenue/Roxbury exit (a right-lane exit). Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue at the traffic light. Continue on Massachusetts Avenue. The Berklee Performance Center is on your right, at the intersection of Mass Ave. and Boylston Street.

From North: Take Route 93 south or Route 1 south. These roads converge at Boston's central artery. Follow the signs for Storrow Drive heading west and stay in the center lane. Take the Fenway exit and get into the left lane. Make a hard left onto Boylston Street and continue to the Massachusetts Avenue intersection. Turn right. The Berklee Performance Center is on the left, about 30 yards from the corner.

By Bus: Convenient buses include #1, #CT1, #39, and #55. For more options:

Limited metered parking is available on the streets surrounding Berklee College of Music. Parking is also available at nearby parking garages. Save time after the performance by pre-paying, when available. Nearby garages include:  
Danker & Donohue Garage
341 Newbury St
(617) 536-3380
Haviland Street Garage
7 Haviland Street
Boston, MA 02115
(781) 718-6575
Hynes Auditorium Garage,
50 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02115
Prudential Center Garage:
Dalton Street Entrance
Prudential Center Garage:
Belvidere Street Entrance

Accessible Parking Locations
Accessible parking spaces are available at all of the garages/lots listed. Accessible street parking spaces do exist in the Back Bay but are extremely limited. At present, eight spaces exist near the theater and are designated by street signs that mark the area reserved for accessible parking. A Disabled Placard may be used in any parking space designated as HP parking. Other parking ordinances may be in effect. All designated parking rules should be obeyed. Massachusetts law allows vehicles with proper Disabled Parking authority to disregard most - but not all - public meter fees. Note, however, Massachusetts Port Authority does not exempt meter fees for Disabled Parking. Do not park in a cross-hatch area (Zebra Stripe) adjacent to an HP space.

This area is reserved for van ramp access.

• Two spaces exist on Belvedere Street, near Massachusetts Avenue.
• One space exists on Haviland Street, near the intersection of Hemenway Street.
• Two more exist in front of 15 Hemenway Street.
• One space exists where St. Cecilia Street intersects with Boylston Street.
Two spaces exist where Massachusetts Avenue intersects with Boylston Street, next to the old bank building.

All of these space are conveniently located within a short distance from 160 Mass. Ave. Please obey all posted signs. Due to street cleaning, public events, snow emergencies or construction, availability and accessibility status of any given space is subject to change without notice.