Oakenshawe Greenspace

Oakenshawe Greenspace is a half-acre neighborhood green space fronting on the 3400 block of Barclay Street.

Oakenshawe Greenspace is a half-acre neighborhood green space fronting on the 3400 block of Barclay Street. It was originally a parking lot for the former Bell Atlantic building that was located on the site of the Waverly Library. In 1975, shortly after the library opened, Oakenshawe neighbors added soil and planted trees and grass. It has served as a passive open space ever since. For further information email laurie.feinberg@gmail.com.

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Brentwood Commons

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