Neighborhoods (Lawrence, MA)

Designation Location Alternative names
Arlington Neighborhood

 

Park St., Broadway, Methuen, Lawrence St.

 

Stevens Village

 

Back Bay Neighborhood Prospect St. to Jackson St.
Bull Dog Field Pine Ridge Rd. (rear of Breen School)
Campagnone Common Lawrence Haverhill, Jackson, Common Sts. El parque de las ardillas, Lawrence Common, North Common
Carletonville Neighborhood Andover St. to Merrimack River
Cat’s Alley Connects Prospect St. with High St.
City Farm Marston St. to I495 Alms House & Training School
Clover Hill Fern & Berkeley Sts. Graves Hill
Colonial Heights Neighborhood S Lawrence bounded by Winthrop Ave. (Rt. 114), S Union Street,  and I495
Columbia Park Neighborhood Haverhill to Endicott Sts. Only in 1906 atlas
Corporation Reserve South side of Essex Street downtown Broadway to Union St. Cow pasture, fields
Down Street Prospect Hill, Tower Hill,  and Methuen (across the Spicket) reference to Essex Street
Duck Bridge Union Street Bridge over the Merrimack River Lawrence Bridge (toll)
Dutch Gap Neighborhood Brook St. to Union St. German neighborhood
Essex Street Projects Neighborhood Essex St., Margin to Winter Sts.
Falls Bridge Bridge over Merrimack River connecting North and South Broadway Broadway Bridge, O’Leary Bridge, Andover Bridge (toll)
French Canadian Neighborhood Broadway to West Manchester to Haverhill St.
Gaza Strip Part of Elm St.
Gen. Donovan Neighborhood Tremont, Franklin, Cross Sts.
Grand View Heights Neighborhood Doyle to Water Sts. Only in 1906 atlas
Hancock St. Neighborhood Hancock St.
Italian Neighborhood Common to Elm ; Jackson to Union Sts.
Heritage Common Jackson, Oak, Chestnut, Short Sts.
Lebanese Neighborhood Oak to Maple ; Jackson to Hampshire Sts. Lower east end
Little Belgium Neighborhood Boys Club area Water St. to the Merrimack River
Lower Tower Hill Neighborhood Haverhill to Lowell Sts. Gale’s Hill, Norcross Pond
Luscomb Corner S. Lawrence, Mt. Vernon, North, and Greenwood Rd. Only in the 1906 atlas
Mechanics Block Summer, Newbury, Garden, and Union Streets
Mill District Broadway to Marston; Canal St. to the Merrimack
Mt. Vernon Neighborhood S. Lawrence, Mt. Vernon St. to Andover border
O’Connell Common South Lawrence, S. Union, Osgood, Market, Salem Sts. South Common, Union Square
Over City Direction South Lawrencians went to shop on Essex St. from S. Lawrence to N. Lawrence
Phillips Hill S. Lawrence on Broadway going up towards Andover
Prospect Hill Neighborhood Prospect, Marston, and E. Haverhill Sts. Poor’s Hill
Sacred Heart/Brookfield St. Neighborhood S. Lawrence, Broadway to Brookfield
Shanty Pond Neighborhood S. Lawrence, Just to the east of S. Broadway after crossing the river and S. Canal
South Common Central Neighborhood S. Lawrence, Market, Foster,  Bailey, Osgood Sts.
Stadium Projects Neighborhood S. Lawrence, N. Parish Rd. to Exeter St.
Sunset Ridge North of Fern St. Only in 1906 atlas
The “Barns” DPW Yard
The “Oval” S. Lawrence, south side of Market St.  from Forest St. to just across from Lawrence Pump
The “Patch” S. Lawrence west of the B&M tracks
The Plains Neighborhood Marion to Oak Sts.; Hampshire to Lawrence Sts.
Theater Row Broadway in north Lawrence where several movie theatres were once located
Tower Hill Neighborhood Emory, Lowell, Essex, and Riverside Dr. Emory Hill
Turner Hill Park and Kendrick Streets
Turtle Bay Area north side of the Merrimack River between Central and Falls Bridges Pemberton Park
Union Heights Neighborhood S. Lawrence, Either side of Union Street between Jamaica and Chatham Only in 1906 atlas
White Pups Bridge S. Lawrence, Union St. Bridge over the B&M tracks leading into Andover White Puffs Bridge
Whitman St. Neighborhood Whitman  and Methuen Sts.
Woodland Heights Neighborhood S. Lawrence, Corbett  St. to S. Broadway Only in 1906 atlas

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