Boston Stone Gift Shop 9 Marshall St, Boston, MA02108 Located on an historic, cobblestone street, this small shop is packed full of classic Boston souvenirs. It stocks…More sports memorabilia, local university T-shirts, "Make Way for Ducklings" books, Boston bean pots and sought-after merchandise from Cat's Meow. And, if you want to see more of the city, they'll even sell you Old Town Trolley tickets.
City Homes 63a Charles St, Boston, MA02136 City Homes specializes in residential rentals and sales in the Beacon Hill and Back Bay areas. This location is one of…More its two offices in Beacon Hill. The window display outside the shop is covered with current listings, with an emphasis on rentals in the central Boston area. Most residential rental listings currently available can be viewed on the website.
1800 Flowers 100 City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA02108 Located just across the Government Center T station, in the Boston City Hall, this florist offers flowers of all sorts,…More greeting cards and vases, as well as other small gifts like teddy bears and candles.
Friends of the Public Garden is a nonprofit organization that formed in 1970 in response to the deterioration of…More Boston's public parks. Today, the organization partners with the city of Boston to maintain the beauty and splendor of the Boston Public Garden, the Boston Common and the Back Bay's Commonwealth Avenue Mall.
From its headquarters in Beacon Hill, Friends of the Public Garden helps to preserve and protect the parks by repairing fences and fountains, restoring monuments and maintaining trees and foliage. It takes care of 44 monuments and more than 2,000 trees in all three parks. In 2009, the organization spent more than $150,000 on pruning, fertilizing and injecting trees against disease.
The group partners with the city of Boston and is supported largely through private donations. Executive Director Elizabeth Vizza and a board oversee the organization's activities. To join Friends of the Public Garden, residents can make a donation online of $25 or more.
Javier Pico 100 City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA02108 Javier Pico is a lawyer that serves clients in Beacon Hill, Boston and the surrounding areas. He specializes in…More immigration law and real estate law. Call the number provided for more information or to make an appointment.
Burger King 1 Center Plz, Boston, MA02108 Located across the street from City Hall Plaza, this Burger King is conveniently located near businesses and visitor hot…More spots in downtown Boston and Faneuil Hall. The spacious seating area make it an accommodating lunch spot for groups.
Tevnan & Tevnan 100 City Hall Plz, Boston, MA02108 Tevnan & Tevnan is a law firm with locations in the Beacon Hill area of Boston and Dorchestor. The attorneys at this…More firm practice in many areas of law, including elder law, probate, real estate, business law, civil litigation and more. For more information or to schedule a consultation, you may call the number listed or visit the website.
Harvey Shapiro 15 Court St, Boston, MA02108 Harvey Shapiro is a lawyer that services clients in Boston, Beacon Hill and the surrounding areas. He specializes…More in immigration law. Mr. Shapiro also operates an office in New York City. Call the number provided for more information or to make an appointment.
Michael A. Casoli 18 Tremont St, Boston, MA02108 Michael A. Casoli has been practicing law in the city of Boston for more than 40 years. He specializes in estates and…More probate law. For more information, please call the number provided.
Pearle Vision Center 100 City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA02108 At Pearle Vision Center an optometrist provides patients with comprehensive eye examinations and the fitting and…More dispensing of eyeglasses. For more information call the number provided or stop by the center.
Preferred Temporaries 100 City Hall Plz, Boston, MA02108 Preferred Temporaries is a temporary staffing firm that places candidates in administrative and call center positions.…More For more information call the number provided.
The City Mission Society of Boston is the oldest non-profit organization in New England. This faith-based…More organization was established in 1816 to educate children, but since then, the mission has grown to include three branches of service: Youth Peace Empowerment, Faith and Community, and Homeless Prevention.
The Mission Society raises $800,000 per year to fund these programs. Most of the money is received through donations from foundations, church congregations, and corporate gifts.
A full-time staff of five people is headed up by Rev. June Cooper, the Mission's executive director for the past eight years.
City Mission is always looking for groups of volunteers of 10 or more people to help with various projects in the Boston area such as, painting the walls of a homeless shelter or working on a community garden. Although based in Beacon Hill for nearly 200 years, most of City Mission's work happens in neighborhoods like Roxbury and Dorchester.