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Terrace Adds Color, Beauty to City Hall Campus

With a great location near several business along the 76th Street shopping corridor, coupled with beautiful landscaping, the new Community Center terrace could become a popular lunch, relaxation spot.

Looking for a new spot to read a book or grab lunch while enjoying the nice weather?

I've got just the spot for you.

Work on the beautiful new terrace is complete. The project just south of the building began in late April, and the site now includes two concrete benches, several round picnic-style tables, a brick patio and gorgeous landscaping.

The terrace was made possible by a generous donation from longtime Greenfield resident Bill Radler.

Radler, the former director at Boerner Botanical Gardens with a price tag of more than $100,000.

With a great location near several business along the 76th Street shopping corridor, the terrace could become a popular spot for some relaxation.

Hope June 22, 2012 at 08:40 PM
Some interesting pictures could be taken here.
Karen June 23, 2012 at 02:06 AM
I thought I had heard that you could have a small wedding on this pretty little terrace. Might be a nice idea if you could also use the community center for a small reception.
Veronica Wallace-k June 23, 2012 at 01:40 PM
I am looking forward to a painting or drawing class on the terrace. Or, outdoor Tai Chi; I previously took a summer class where we had to travel outside of the area for a beautiful quite spot. Are reservations or rentals possible for the terrace also? I know of no other outdoor public space in Greenfield to read a book or eat lunch. Koncel Park in only set up for sports venues and has no beautiful peaceful retreat space available for the rest of us to use.
Veronica Wallace-k June 23, 2012 at 01:44 PM
Different sized rooms available for rental. See the June-Sept 2012 issue of the RECREATOR, page 51.

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