South Street Park 54 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 South Street Park provides open recreational space for residents throughout the Boston area. This park provides various…More athletic fields, including a basketball court and tennis court. The space also houses landscape architecture and public art for visitors to appreciate.
Amauris 140 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Amauri's is a locally owned and operated fashion boutique on South Street featuring a host of trendy brand names from…More Antique Denim to New Era and more.
David's Barber Shop 170 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 David's Barber Shop, located on South Street a few blocks before Forest Hills Station, specializes in men's, women's and…More children's haircuts. Walk-ins are welcome.
Jamaica Plain Centre/South Main Streets 670 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Jamaica Plain Centre/South Main Streets is on a mission to strengthen this area's business community and support…More programs that create an active and vibrant urban center. It creates and sponsors community events and provides support to area businesses such as storefront improvement assistance. Centre/South Main Streets has brought Jamaica Plain popular community events such as First Thursdays and JP Walks.
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.
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.
The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization. It is…More the nation's largest veterans service organization, committed to community service and advocating patriotism and honor, and promoting a strong national security and support of service members and veterans.
Post 76 on South Street in Jamaica Plain is a spacious facility with plenty of free parking; its hall is available for rent.
Mt. Washington Bank 515 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Given its geographical namesake, you might assume this is a New Hampshire based bank, but it's not. Based in South…More Boston since the 1800s, Mt. Washington Bank is named for the Dorchester Heights hill where Washington's troops drove the British out on Evacuation Day. The Centre Street location is conveniently located with friendly and informative staff, lots of parking across the street, a drive-up window and extended hours on Thursdays and Fridays.