42 Hudson St #102, Annapolis, MD 21401, USA
Driving to Our Office
If you’re coming from the west, take US-50 E until you get to exit 23 for MD-450 E. Turn left onto MD-450 E/West St, then turn left onto Hudson St. You should see our building on the left.
If you’re driving from the east, take US-50 W until you get to exit 23A for MD-2 S toward Parole/Pr. Frederick. You’ll find that exit 23A turns left and becomes MD-2 S/Solomon’s Island Rd. Turn left onto West St, take another left onto Hudson St, and you’ll see our building on the left.
The area that would become Annapolis was settled by Puritans from Virginia in 1649. At one point, the settlement was named “Anne Arundel’s Towne,” after the wife of Lord Baltimore. The city then bore the name “Annapolis,” after Princess Anne of Denmark and Norway. Annapolis served as the capital of the U.S. for a brief time after the American Revolution. In 1786, delegates from several states assembled in Annapolis and planned the Constitutional Convention for the following year.
Annapolis Public Resources
Today, Annapolis is home to about 40,000 people, and currently serves as the county seat of Anne Arundel County. Annapolis is perhaps best known as the home of the United States Naval Academy, which was founded in 1845. Popular attractions include the Banneker-Douglass Museum, the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, and the Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial. Anne Arundel Medical Center and the Naval Academy are the top employers in the area.