Braintree, MA (March 28, 2019) – Being recognized as a “best place to work” is a true testament to a company’s culture – PPI’s Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives shares insight into keeping the “Best” in a “Best Place to Work”.
Braintree, MA (March 26, 2019) – Going above and beyond to contract with minority-and women-owned businesses. High achiever for MBE awards at Roxse Homes in Boston’s South End and WBE awards at The Fairways in Lakeville.
Karen Fish-Will, CEO and Melissa Fish-Crane, COO, are featured in the November edition of Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine. Braintree, MA (November 20, 2018) – Veterans’ housing remains a top priority, along with a commitment to resident services “as a unique area of expertise within the field of property management”, says sisters Karen Fish-Will and Melissa…Details
Energy upgrades create warm feeling throughout the Pynchon/Edgewater apartment community – happier residents and impressive return on investment
Springfield, MA (March 2, 2018) – Collaboration among private companies, property management, owners and non-profits result in significant energy savings, reduced consumption and improved resident comfort – continual value through incentive funding.
Peabody Properties Takes Advantage of Greener Energy Initiatives – Realizing $2 million Annual Savings
Braintree, MA (February 14, 2018) – Peabody Properties has been able to secure more than $14.5 million in zero-cost property upgrades by capitalizing on various utility and state-funded energy conservation programs.
Peter Sanborn Place residents provide comfort to Hurricane Harvey victims – Warm Hearts – Warm Blankets!
Reading and Braintree, MA (October 12, 2017) – Residents of Peter Sanborn Place, a senior living community in Reading, MA, hand-tie blankets for children affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Photo (left to right): Peter Sanborn Place residents Peggy Cox, Marge Hery and Marion Ducette.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren visits PPI Managed Howard House, a formerly homeless veterans community in Brockton, MA.
Brockton, MA (June 28, 2017) – U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren visits Howard House in Brockton, MA. Warren met and spoke one-on-one with some of the veterans at the facility. “It makes me proud, once again, to be from Massachusetts and to see what Massachusetts is doing for our Vets.”, she said of this visit. » Read…Details
Jamaica Plain, MA (June 20, 2017) – Energy conservation measures through participation in the LEAN program reduces gas consumption at Julia Martin House, by 34% with new boiler installation.
Bedford, MA (May 11, 2017) – Congresswoman Tsongas, a senior member of the Armed Services Committee, visited Bedford Green Apartments in Bedford, MA; a newly constructed apartment community for formerly homeless veterans aged 55 and over.
Springfield, MA (May 5, 2017) – Policing meetings are held bi-weekly at PPI managed Edgewater Apartments with participation from police, fire, residents, community leaders, property management, representatives from the city, non-profit organizations, and others.
Braintree, MA (March 8, 2017) – Kristin McGrath Pine offers great insight on the importance of training programs and continuing education for employees looking for further professional development.
Braintree, MA (February 12, 2017) – Elizabeth Collins, VP of Development for Peabody Properties, provides insight into how far Massachusetts has come with affordable housing solutions and how public-private partnerships have collaborated in reducing veterans’ homelessness.
Braintree, MA (January 23, 2017) – Karen Fish-Will, Peabody Properties’ CEO looks forward to launching a new real estate business in Boston’s North End in early 2017.