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From North 101: Take Lucas Valley/Smith Ranch Rd. Exit. At the stop sign turn left onto Lucas Valley Road. Go west on Lucas Valley Rd. for approximately one quarter mile. Take first left onto Los Gamos Drive. You will see a large sign on the corner of Lucas Valley Road and Los Gamos that says Marin Commons. Continue up Los Gamos Rd. until you come to 1600 Los Gamos. We are the second building on the left hand side of the street. We have a large white awning that says "Lobby C" at the entrance to our building. From South 101: Take Lucas Valley Rd/Smith Ranch Road Exit. At the stop light, turn left onto Lucas Valley Road. The first street you come to will be Los Gamos Drive. There is a large sign on the corner of Los Gamos and Lucas Valley Rd. that says Marin Commons. Turn left. Continue up Los Gamos Rd. until you come to 1600 Los Gamos. We are the second building on the left hand side of the street. We have a large white awning that says "Lobby C" on the entrance to our building.

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