3950 University Drive, Suite 207
Fairfax, VA 22030
General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking and Entering Office:
Our office is on the University Drive side of the Old Town Village Fairfax (as opposed to chain Bridge Road side).
Once arriving at the parking complex you will want to park on Level P2. P2 is the first level off University Drive entrance. You should then enter the main lobby through the double doors from the garage (also a drop box on the wall in the garage side by the double doors). In the lobby you will see our name on the lobby directory and a hot yoga center.
Once you have entered the lobby, there is an elevator to the right, take the elevator up to the second floor. Turn right exiting the elevator and we are at the end of the hall; Suite 207.
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