Norman B. Leventhal Park packs plenty into a mere 1.7 acres. Set atop a parking garage, this pocket park gives the Financial District a precious, tree-shaded, walkway-laced greenspace that's well used and well loved. Among its distinguishing features are garden-trellised borders, a central dome, the "Immanent Circumstance" walk-through fountain, and a number of special trees hailing from the Arnold Arboretum, including a pair of beautiful Pacific Northwest-native western redcedars.
Whether you're just using it as a leafy transit or idling awhile for a picnic, Norman B. Leventhal Park feels like an urban oasis--a pint-sized but hugely valuable addition to Boston's world-famous park network.
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