Green Street station (MBTA) 150 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Located at the corner of Green and Amory, Green Street station serves a densely populated residential area. With…More street cutouts, it is convenient to drop off or pick up, but there are no automobile parking spaces. There are 22 bicycle parking spaces. The station is clean and well-lit, and service is predictable, if a little scant. The station is a stop for the #48 bus route which travels to the South Street monument and down Centre Street, the popular Jamaica Plain restaurant and retail destination.
Union Green Realty 187 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Union Green features 150 single-occupancy rooms for rent weekly. The building is located conveniently between…More Centre and Washington Streets and just blocks from the Orange Line.
Stony Brook station (MBTA) 100 Boylston St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Stony Brook station is a small, quiet station tucked into the ground between Jackson and Green Street Stations. It…More is another access point to the subway serving densely populated south Jamaica Plain. With its adjacent seating, stone engraved poetry and proximity to a public green space, the station has a community park-like feel. With 12 bicycle spaces, no car parking and side street access, this station is primarily used by pedestrians on their way into town or out to Forest Hills. Like Green Street, it connects to only one bus route, the #48 which serves South and Centre Streets.
Mary's Travel and Multi Service 171 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Located on Green Street, Mary's Travel is a more than just a travel agency. Besides booking flights and other travel…More plans clients can also find a Notary Public, translations, copy and fax services. Spanish and English spoken.
WCI Realty 555 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 WCI Realty manages 555 Amory, the centerpiece of the Jamaica Plain commerce center. It is centrally located and is…More across Amory Street from the Green Street station on the Orange Line. The commerce center, a 19th century factory updated for the 21st century, is home to many area nonprofit organizations. It houses 60,000 square feet of space and is managed on site.
Green Street Supermarket 186 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This family-run shop isn't truly a supermarket, but it's a great place to pick up essentials like fresh produce, fresh…More meats, canned goods, cleaning supplies, milk, eggs, processed cheese and snack foods. There's an emphasis on Latin foods; it stocks a lot of Goya products. Expect a friendly neighborhood vibe and cheap prices. The free parking lot next door is a nice touch.
The Blue Frog Bakery 3 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This bakery occupies a tiny space on Green Street, but you'll know you've found the place when you spot the giant blue…More frog perched above the storefront window. It has an open kitchen that produces small-batch, hand-formed breads, pastries, cookies and cakes. The Blue Frog also offers coffee and grab-and-go cold beverages. Locals rave about the chocolate-almond-croissant bread pudding, which is offered on Saturdays only.
Wainwright Bank & Trust Co. 687 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Known for it's commitment to socially progressive banking, Wainwright offers banking products for individuals…More and businesses. Bank funds are invested in socially responsible loans and the bank is committed to "green banking" principles. Buying a hybrid? Stop in the Centre Street branch's bright and comfortable lobby for a great cup of coffee and a discounted hybrid car loan rate.
This 10,000-seat Art Deco-designed stadium is home for championship events involving Boston Public Schools. It also…More serves as home field for schools which do not have their own field. The grass field is the last natural field in the Boston Public School system. The others have been converted to artificial turf. The field has a built-in watering system that keeps the surface green even during dry summers. The full name of the stadium is George Robert White Schoolboy Stadium. A variety of community events also take place here, including the Peace Games and Caribbean Kiddies Carnival. The offices of the Boston Public School's athletic department are located here.
For public transportation: Orange Line (Green Street)
The all-volunteer group that takes care of Nira Rock Urban Wild bills it as "Boston's hidden gem."
Tucked in a…More hilly neighborhood near the Hennigan Elementary School, this amazing area has a 40-foot rock face with two hardware-equipped climbing routes.
There's also an orchard, a meadow with views of the city and plenty of shady spots for a picnic. Dogs are welcome.
For public transportation: take the Green line to the Heath Street stop.
WikidFit Personal Training 22 Brookley Road, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 WikidFit is a personal fitness studio in Jamaica Plain. The studio, which is staffed with certified personal trainers…More and dancers, offers personal and small group training for all fitness levels and ages. Programs offered include personal training, partner training, body compositions, and workout plans. Visit WikidFit's website for more information, including a complete and detailed list of programs offered. Hours are by appointment only. WikidFit is conveniently located near the Forest Hills and Green Street train stations on the Orange Line. There is also free street parking and an area to lock bikes.