Rockport Mortgage Announce $42.7M in Financing for Melville Towers Apartments in New Bedford

New Bedford, MA (March 10, 2020)Rockport Mortgage Corporation recently announced the closing of an FHA Section 223(f) refinancing loan totaling $42.7 million for Melville Towers, an elderly apartment complex located at 850 Pleasant Street, New Bedford, MA. The property is owned by the non-profit Affordable Housing & Services Collaborative, Inc. and managed by Peabody Properties.

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Recruiting for a New Generation

Recruiting for a New Generation

Braintree, MA (December 10, 2019) – Each member of Generation Z is different from the workers who came before, which makes it critical for recruiters to consider new approaches and apply them to the ways they attract and acquire talent. Peabody’s VP of HR, Heather McCann shares insight into how to engage and attract the…


NEREJ 2019 Women in Commercial Real Estate – Laurie McGrath, Vice President, Affordable Housing

Congratulations Laurie McGrath on being featured in September issue of New England Real Estate Journal – Women In Real Estate Spotlight Braintree, MA (September 4, 2019) – Laurie McGrath is Vice President of Affordable Housing at The Peabody Companies. Since joining Peabody 24 years ago, she has demonstrated a commitment to maintaining a high standard…


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.

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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.

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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…