In the heart of Boston’s financial district, is the landmark Norman B. Leventhal Park. Underneath, you will find Garage at Post Office Square, Boston’s most convenient and enjoyable place to park!

Park Activities

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Sun, September 17, 2017 Mon, September 18, 2017 Tue, September 19, 2017 Wed, September 20, 2017 Thu, September 21, 2017 Fri, September 22, 2017 Sat, September 23, 2017

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News & Announcements

Governor Baker declares August 30 to be Norman B. Leventhal Day

On what would have been his 100th birthday, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has officially declared August 30th, to be Norman B. Leventhal Day. Read more here.

It’s still Summer until September 22!

This is our 25th anniversary summer so we want it to last.  There’s a chill in the air already, and there are signs of autumn.  Our 5th season of p.o.fitness and our midday music series are over for this year.  Our famous seat cushions, bookcart and lawn games will be out in good weather through that start of fall.  September in Boston is beautiful, come spend some time in the Park.

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Going Even Greener and Leading the Way

Post Office Square is mitigating 100% of its electricity footprint with renewable energy under a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement, partnering with MIT and Boston Medical Center, to purchase all of the output from Summit Farms, a solar project in North Carolina. It is the largest renewable energy project ever built in the US through an alliance of buyers and in aggregate, the expected 146 gigawatt-hours of emissions-free power per year will result in the abatement of 119,500 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions — the equivalent of removing 25,250 cars from the road. Learn more about the project here.

A Reminder to Dog Walkers – please keep your dogs on the bricks – we want our grass to stay green and clean!

A Smoke-Free Park

Although we are a private park, we support the Boston Parks Commission’s ban on smoking in Boston’s public parks, playgrounds and beaches. For the health of our staff and visitors, and for the cleanliness of our Park, our Park is designated as a smoke-free place.