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Willis Building Driving Directions Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 27 September 2005

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO THE WILLIS BUILDING:

300 East First Street
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

FROM THE WEST:

On US 264 East (from Wilson and Raleigh):

 

  • NOTE: As US 264 enters the outskirts of Greenville, it turns into Stantonsburg Road. Follow Stantonsburg Road into Greenville (Pitt-Memorial hospital will be on the left).
  • At the junction of Stantonsburg Road and Memorial Drive, turn left.
  • Follow Memorial Drive to the junction with Martin Luther King Drive (MLK), turn right here.
  • At the second stop light on MLK, the road forks; take the left side of the fork.
  • Continue on MLK Drive for approx. 1/2 a mile until you reach downtown (where it turns back into Fifth Street) and the junction of Fifth and Reade Streets; treet; take a left turn on Reade Street.

As you approach the end of Reade Street and the junction with First Street, the Willis Building will be on the right, turn right into the parking lot in front of the Willis Building.

FROM THE EAST:

On US 264 East (from Washington):

  • At the junction of 264 and 264 by-pass, turn left towards Greenville.
  • Follow 264 by-pass across the Tar River bridge to the junction of Tenth Street (Hastings Ford will be on the right), turn right on Tenth Street.
  • Before the next stop light, the road forks to the right, take the right fork and continue along Fifth Street past the ECU campus on the left.
  • Past the campus, Fifth Street starts to take a dive down hill, and at the bottom of the hill you will find the junction with Reade Street, turn right here.
  • As you approach the end of Reade Street and the junction with First Street, the Willis Building will be on the right, turn right into the parking lot in front of the Willis Building.

FROM THE NORTH:

On NC 33 South (from Tarboro):

  • Turn right onto Highway I I/ Memorial Drive.
  • On Highway I I/ Memorial Drive, turn left onto Airport Road (the airport terminal building will be on the right, Hardee's on the left).
  • The next light on Airport Road is the junction with Greene Street, turn right here.
  • Follow Greene Street (crossing the Tar River bridge) until the junction of Greene Street and First Street; turn left on First Street.
  • Continue on First Street four blocks.
  • After Reade Street (on the right), make first turn right into the Willis Building parking lot.
  • The Willis Building fronts onto First Street.

On NC 43 South (from Rocky Mount):

  • NOTE: NC 43 turns into Fifth Street, then into Martin Luther King (MLK) Drive.
  • Continue towards Greenville on NC 43/Fifth Street crossing Memorial Drive stoplight.
  • At this point, NC 43/Fifth Street becomes M.L. King Drive.
  • At the second stop light after crossing Memorial Drive, the road forks; take the left side of the fork.
  • Continue on MLK Drive for approx. half a mile (where it will change back to Fifth Street); follow Fifth Street until you intersect with Reade Street; take a left turn on Reade Street.
  • As you approach the end of Reade Street and junction with First Street, the Willis Building will be on the right, turn right into the parking lot in front of the Willis Building.


FROM THE SOUTH:

On NC 11 North
(from Kinston and Jacksonville):

  • On Memorial Drive turn right onto Greenville Blvd.
  • Continue on Greenville Blvd for approx. one mile until the junction with Evans Street, turn left onto Evans Street.
  • Note that Wal-Mart and Barnes and Noble will be on the left as you approach the junction of Greenville Blvd. and Evans St.
  • The fifth stop-light on Evans St. will be the junction with Reade Circle, turn right on Reade Circle.
  • As you approach the end of Reade Circle (now Reade Street) and junction with First Street, the Willis Building will be on the right, turn right into the parking lot in front of the Willis Building

On NC 43 North (from New Bern):

  • NOTE: NC 43 turns into Charles Blvd.
  • Charles Boulevard will end at Reade Circle; turn right on Reade Circle.
  • As you approach the end of Reade Circle (now Reade Street) and the junction with First Street, the Willis Building will be on the right, turn right into the parking lot in front of the Willis Building.

On US 264/NC 13 North (from Goldsboro):

  • NOTE: US 264/NC 13 turns into Dickinson Ave.
  • After Dickinson Ave. crosses Memorial Drive, the fourth stop light is Reade Circle, turn right on Reade Circle.
  • As you approach the end of Reade Circle (now Reade Street) and the junction with First Street, the Willis Building will be on the right, turn right into the parking lot in front of the Willis Building.

Click here to download printable directions and a map. (in .Doc format)
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