In Boston’s financial district, a lovely 1.7-acre park is nestled between the office buildings, giving workers and others a pleasant respite for enjoying lunch and relaxation. Post Office Square, also known as Norman B. Leventhal Park, features numerous trees and other plantings, an open lawn, a pergola along one boundary, fountains, and a café. This space is privately-owned and maintained, but open to the public. It was completed in 1992 on a site that was formerly occupied by an above-ground garage. Parking is now located below the property.
A central lawn, pergola with benches, and other seating areas provide plenty of opportunities for relaxation.
Fountain near the north end of the park
Seating wall along the west side of the space
Café with outdoor seating at the south end
The park is flanked by several attractive art deco buildings.
Photos by Alice Webb
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