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A street view of my building, 1911 Addison.
Street view of 1911 Addison, Berkeley California.


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My office is at 1911 Addison Street, Suite 202, in the Arts District on the edge of downtown Berkeley, California. The building is fully accessible. Postal address:

Mike Papciak Bodywork
1911 Addison Suite 202
Berkeley, CA 94704

BART. The Downtown Berkeley BART station is an easy two-block walk from my building. Exit the station, then walk west on Addison to 1911.

Bicycle. There is a bike rack at the building's front door, and several others in front of neighboring buildings. Covered bicycle parking is available for free in all of the downtown parking garages. Folding bikes may be brought into my office if they are clean and dry. Please fold them outside, before entering the building.

Car service. Consider taking one. You can relax a little longer. You'd pay for parking anyway.

Street parking. Most of the street parking in downtown Berkeley has a two-hour time limit. Your appointment with me is two full hours. This is cutting it close. Therefore, if your appointment is during business hours, my recommendation is to use one of the nearby garages or lots. Street parking is free after 6pm, on Sundays, and on some holidays.

Promenade Garage. This is the closest garage to my office. Address is 1917 Addison, two doors east of my building, same side of the street. This garage is attended.

Center Street Garage. This garage is currently closed for a complete rebuild, and is scheduled to reopen in 2018.

Allston Way Garage. This garage is two blocks from my office. Address is 2061 Allston, but there's also an entrance on Center Street, between Milvia and Shattuck.

Berkeley Way Surface Lot. This parking lot is three blocks from my office, on Berkeley Way between Milvia and Shattuck. It offers four-hour parking, which is rare downtown.

Disabled Person Parking. There is a small parking lot directly in front of my building, with permitted spaces for four cars, plus one space for disabled parking. Clients with a valid Disabled Person Parking Placard or plates may use the designated space any time it's available. The other parking spaces are private; do not park in them.

Here's the city's guide to downtown Berkeley parking.