Ansin Building at 1340 Boylston Street
Fenway Health’s Ansin Building home is located at 1340 Boylston Street in Boston’s West Fens neighborhood and is the largest facility ever constructed by an organization with a specific mission to serve the LGBT community. The Ansin Building is your one-stop shop for full-service medical, behavioral, dental and eye care. We also have a full-service pharmacy and offer a variety of services from HIV and STD testing to complementary, LGBT parenting services, a Violence Recovery Program and women’s health and transgender health services. You can learn more about all of the services offered at 1340 Boylston Street here.
Meet the Providers at 1340 Boylston Street:
Caring for our patients is the core of our work at Fenway Health and our medical, behavioral health, dental, eye care and complementary therapy providers are here to do just that. Find out more about providers at Fenway Health here.
Getting to 1340 Boylston Street:
Fenway Health is located at 1340 Boylston Street, near Fenway Park. The Green Line’s Fenway (D line), St. Mary’s (C line) and Kenmore (B,C, and D lines) stations are all within walking distance of Fenway’s new home. You can also take the 39 Bus or the Green Line to the Museum of Fine Arts or the Orange Line to Ruggles Station and walk across the Back Bay Fens to Boylston Street. The 55 Bus from Copley Square also stops on Boylston Street, just steps from 1340.
There is paid parking underneath 1330 Boylston Street and there are several public parking lots and garages in the vicinity of 1340 Boylston Street. There are also many two-hour meter spots on Boylston Street and visitor parking on the surrounding streets.
If you are traveling to the Ansin Building on bicycle, there are bike parking posts on Boylston Street and surrounding side streets where you can park and lock your bike. There is also a public bike cage in the parking garage in level P2 of our building which you can enter on Jersey Street. Bicycles are not permitted inside the Ansin Building at 1340 Boylston Street.
On Red Sox game days, many paid parking lots and garages in the vicinity of 1340 Boylston Street start charging a $35 to $50 flat rate for parking early in the day. Because of that, you may want to consider using public transportation to travel to Fenway Health on game days. A schedule of this season’s upcoming Red Sox games can be found here. Public transportation and driving directions to the Ansin Building at 1340 Boylston Street can be found here.