Maps and Directions To Our New Address: 1101 West Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21223

Directions to BTI from North of Baltimore via Route 83 (Jones Falls Expressway)

I-695 to I-83 (Jones Falls Expressway) South.  Go to the end of expressway and it becomes President Street.  Follow President Street 2 blocks, and make a right onto East Lombard Street. Follow E. Lombard Street westward  for approximately 19 blocks to the intersection of West Lombard and South Arlington Streets. Turn left onto South Arlington Street and after one block, pass through the intersection of South Arlington and West Pratt Streets (remaining on S. Arlington) you will see a parking lot on the left (east) side of South Arlington Street which can be used for parking. After parking, you will then cross over to the other side of S. Arlington street and turn right to walk back toward Pratt Street. Our building is at S. Arlington and W. Pratt Streets but our door is on the back (courtyard) side of the building and our door is the second to the left of S. Arlington Street.

Directions to BTI from North of Baltimore via 95 South

I-95 South to the exit for Rt. 395. Exit onto Martin Luther King Blvd (MLK). Follow MLK to West Lombard Street. Follow West Lombard Street to the intersection of West Lombard and South Arlington Streets. Turn left onto South Arlington Street and after one block, pass through the intersection of South Arlington and West Pratt Streets (remaining on S. Arlington) you will see a parking lot on the left (east) side of South Arlington Street which can be used for parking. After parking, you will then cross over to the other side of S. Arlington street and turn right to walk back toward Pratt Street. Our building is at S. Arlington and W. Pratt Streets but our door is on the back (courtyard) side of the building and our door is the second to the left of S. Arlington Street.


Directions to BTI from South of Baltimore

I-295 (Baltimore Washington Parkway) North, follow signs to Downtown Baltimore/Inner Harbor.  Go past Oriole Park @ Camden Yards, turn left onto West Lombard Street. Follow West Lombard Street to the intersection of West Lombard and South Arlington Streets. Turn left onto South Arlington Street and after one block, pass through the intersection of South Arlington and West Pratt Streets (remaining on S. Arlington) you will see a parking lot on the left (east) side of South Arlington Street which can be used for parking. After parking, you will then cross over to the other side of S. Arlington street and turn right to walk back toward Pratt Street. Our building is at S. Arlington and W. Pratt Streets but our door is on the back (courtyard) side of the building and our door is the second to the left of S. Arlington Street.


Directions to BTI from Downtown Baltimore

From E/W Pratt Street travel north one block to E/W Lombard Street. Follow West Lombard Street to the intersection of West Lombard and South Arlington Streets. Turn left onto South Arlington Street and after one block, pass through the intersection of South Arlington and West Pratt Streets (remaining on S. Arlington) you will see a parking lot on the left (east) side of South Arlington Street which can be used for parking. After parking, you will then cross over to the other side of S. Arlington street and turn right to walk back toward Pratt Street. Our building is at S. Arlington and W. Pratt Streets but our door is on the back (courtyard) side of the building and our door is the second to the left of S. Arlington Street.

 

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