About Us

 

Welcome to Hyde Park Main Streets!

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We are a local non-profit organization composed of residents and business owners who are interested in promoting a vital and thriving business district in our traditional downtown area. Our Motto is “A Small Town In The City” that perfectly captures the spirit of Hyde Park, a welcoming place where you can chat with your neighbor at the hardware store, meet friends for coffee and visit the American Institute of Architects award winning Branch of the Boston Public Library. The individual connection with community that is the best of small town life combined with being part of a world class city, with all the resources of the City of Boston.


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Hyde Park Main Streets
11 Fairmount Ave.
Suite 107
Hyde Park, MA 02136
phone 617-361-6964
fax 617-361-4567

Mission Statement

“Our mission is to preserve and promote the historic character and commercial viability of Hyde Park’s traditional downtown area.

The Main Streets four key elements: design, organization, promotion and economic re-structuring, help Hyde Park capitalize on our unique historical, cultural and architectural assets while also addressing the many economic development needs of small business”

Hyde Park Main Streets, Inc. is a non-profit organization with permanent 501 (c) 3 status from the Internal Revenue Services.

“A Small Town In The City”

This is the Main Streets motto for Hyde Park, one that perfectly describes the nature of our neighborhood: the last to be annexed to the City of Boston in 1912 and retaining a small town atmosphere while being at the same time part of a world class city.

A typical example is our local branch of the Boston Public Library, the original classical revival building is over 100 years old and built when Hyde Park was a separate town, today it also features the American Institute of Architecture award winning Menino Wing, the old and new, the small town and the city together, a unique and winning combination for Hyde Park.