The center occupies both floors of this two-story building which is conveniently located in a pleasant suburban setting. Framingham's economy primarily depends on office complexes and retail. The town is home to the Golden Triangle, which is one of the largest shopping districts in New England, and Framingham State University. Just 20 miles west of Boston's finance center, universities and colleges, the town is also within easy reach of the hi-tech companies lining Route 128 and I-495. The state capital also holds the position of international center for higher education and is an exciting hub for publishing and printing. Tourism, of course, is a prime business amid a range of professional industries in Boston including medicine, biotechnology, and research. Boston also has an historic seaport which supports tourism, industry and fishing.