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Hynes Auto Body
14 Sheafe St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Hynes Auto Body has been a family business since 1959. The Chestnut Hill location is one of two; the flagship repairMore shop is in Allston. The staff is polite and knowledgeable.
Float
267 Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02446

Float is a spacious store that offers women's fashions, shoes and handbags. The staff is polite and eager toMore assist customers. Brand names are frequently rotated to stay ahead of the fashion curve.

Float shares its register space with Simon's shoe store.

Charles River Media Group
111 Marion St, Brookline, MA 02446
Charles River Media Group, founded by owner Don Schechter in 2003, specializes in video production, post-productionMore and duplication. Its crew is comprised of editors and videographers. The Charles River Media Group produces corporate videos, political advertisements, live event recording and commercials. Its previous clients include nationally recognized brands such as New Balance as well as local nonprofit organizations.
New Paris Bakery
10 Cypress St, Brookline, MA 02445
Not much has changed for New Paris Bakery aside from a move over 80 years ago to its current location, and a new nameMore and ownership about 25 years ago. This simple bakery still uses the highest quality ingredients for all its homemade cookies, candies and popular chocolate eclairs. In fact, none of the traditional style French pastries made at New Paris Bakery contain lard. When owners Roula and James Kappas initially came to Brookline they weren't familiar with the area. Now they love engaging with their ethnically diverse, educated and politically active clientele.  
United States Postal Service
207 Washington St, Brookline, MA 02445

This post office located on the corner of Washington and Station in Brookline village is sunny and welcoming. WithMore floor-to-ceiling old-style windows, the afternoon sun lights up the wainscotted interior. Solid crossbeams support the ceiling.  Because it's one of the more popular branches, customers wait politely on the chrome and brass partitioned ramp. 

The rear of the branch offered P.O. boxes that people had to cut through the line to get to. The post office will accept oversized packages up to 130 inches.