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Map and Directions to The Strong Firm, P.C.

Our offices are conveniently located in Hughes Landing in The Woodlands, Texas.

Directions From the North (Dallas/Huntsville/Conroe) – Travel south on I-45 and take exit ramp for Exit 76 (Woodlands Parkway/Robinson Road). Travel south on frontage road and merge onto Lake Woodlands Drive overpass. Turn right  on Hughes Landing Boulevard. Turn Left on Constellation Point. The parking garage will be on your right. Visitor parking is on the first floor of parking garage. Our office is in Building Two on the second floor.

Directions From the South (Galveston/Houston/Spring) -Travel north on I-45 and take exit ramp for exit 77 (Research Forest Dr.). Travel north on frontage road. Merge right on Lake Woodlands overpass. Turn right  on Hughes Landing Boulevard. Turn Left on Constellation Point. The parking garage will be on your right. Visitor parking is on the first floor of parking garage. Our office is in Building Two on the second floor.

Directions From the West (Magnolia/Residential Areas of The Woodlands) – Travel east (toward I-45) on Woodlands Parkway. Take a left on Lake Woodlands Drive. Turn left on Hughes Landing Boulevard. Turn Left on Constellation Point. The parking garage will be on your right. Visitor parking is on the first floor of parking garage. Our office is in Building Two on the second floor.

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If you have questions about directions, contact The Strong Firm P.C. or call us at 281-367-1222 today.

The Strong Firm

The Woodlands Office
1790 Hughes Landing Boulevard
Suite 200
The Woodlands, Texas 77380
Phone: 281-367-1222
Fax: 281-210-1361

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