Park Square (Boston)
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Park Square in downtown Boston, Massachusetts is bounded by Stuart, Charles Street South, Boylston, and Arlington Streets. It is the home of the Boston Four Seasons Hotel, the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers, and nearly a dozen restaurants. To the north across Boylston Street is the Boston Public Garden. To the east is the Washington Street Theatre District. The Bay Village neighborhood is to the south, and Back Bay is to the west.
Stereoscopic view of Park Square and train station, from Boston Common, 19th century
- "It's Not a Typo!". The Boston Courant. March 30 – April 5, 2012. p. 1.
'Park Plaice' was named after the fish in honor of Legal Sea Foods' relocation to Park Square in 1999.
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- Google news archive. Articles about Park Square.
- The Evolution of Park Square
- Picture: "Pre-war New England Greyhound PDG-3701 backed in the old Park Square Greyhound Terminal in Boston."
- Picture: "A shot of an Almeida Aerocoach loading at their terminal just a few doors away."
- Picture: "The picture of the MacKenzie Line Beck loading shows the Greyhound Terminal off to the right."
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