Office Address: 1163 Walnut St., Suite 10, Newton Highlands, MA 02461
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1927, Brookline, MA 02446



General Information: Finding the Office
Public Transit Directions
Driving Directions
Parking Information
Street Address and Google Map
Mailing (Postal) Address

General Information
Dr. Imber’s office is located on the second floor of 1163 Walnut Street, Suite 10, in Newton Highlands, MA. This location, in the Stevens Building at the corner of Walnut and Lincoln, is accessible by public transportation and automobile. The entrance to 1163 is between Second Time Around and All Sports Wear. Go up the flight of stairs and open the door to the waiting room.

Please note that this office is located in a late-19th-century building and the second-floor location is not wheelchair-accessible. There is one flight of carpeted stairs with a banister on either side. Need accessibility for yourself or a member of your family? Dr. Imber can make alternative arrangements to see you at an accessible location in Boston. Please contact her for more information.

MBTA Public Transit
This office is conveniently located on public transportation (direct service includes Green Line D train to Newton Highlands or the #59 Bus to Needham Junction/Watertown Square via Newtonville). The Newton Highlands T stop is across the street. The 59 bus stops directly in front of the building at the corner of Walnut and Lincoln.

By T: Make sure you board a D train (the Green Line service that runs between Riverside and Government Center). From the city and points east, head outbound towards Riverside. After Kenmore, Newton Highlands will be the ninth stop. When you arrive at the station on the outbound side, you will see a ramped path towards some shops on your left as you disembark. Take the ramped path and head up towards the shops. Cross the street at the corner of Walnut and Lincoln, and enter 1163 Walnut.

Driving Directions
The office can be reached via Route 9, which is accessible from Routes 95/128 and from the Massachusetts Turnpike.

From Route 9 East:
• After you have passed the junction with Routes 95/128, take a left at the traffic light onto Woodward St.
• Make a right onto Lincoln. If you like, park in the town lot just off Lincoln St to your right, immediately before Walnut. Otherwise:
• Make a left onto Walnut. You’ll see 1163 Walnut St on your left.

From Route 9 West:
• At the Newton Highlands sign, take a right onto Walnut St.
• Pass two traffic lights.
• 1163 Walnut will be on your left.

From 95/128:
• Take Exit 20A towards Boston/Brookline (Route 9 East).
• Make a left onto Woodward St at the traffic light.
• Make a right onto Lincoln.
• Make a left onto Walnut.

From the Mass Pike:
• Take Exit 14 (Newton) to 95/128 South.
• Take Exit 20A to Boston/Brookline (Route 9 East).
• Make a left onto Woodward St at the traffic light.
• Make a right onto Lincoln.
• Make a left onto Walnut.

There is metered parking available nearby, including a city lot off Lincoln St. right before Walnut (the lot will be on Hartford St. on your right). Look in the back-right-hand corner of the lot for the 12-hour meters. Other meters in the lot offer 3-hour parking. Street parking is 1 hour. Please note that feeding the meter is not sufficient to prevent a ticket in Newton; you must move your car to another space when the meter expires. If you are coming from points west, you might also consider parking at Riverside Station and taking the Green Line D train to the Newton Highlands stop, which is across the street from the office.

The city of Newton now uses an app, PassportParking, to facilitate payment for parking.  More information can be found in this article.

Office Address:
1163 Walnut St, Suite 10
Newton Highlands, MA 02461

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If you are sending “snail-mail,” please direct it to Dr. Imber’s postal address:
Michelle L. Imber, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 1927
Brookline, MA 02446

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