Residents enjoy a community social commemorating upcoming “Paddy’s Day” enjoying a catered lunch, complete with a “shamrock shake”! Reading, MA (March 14, 2018) – Peter Sanborn Place residents enjoyed a lunch sponsored by the Reading Rotary Club and catered by Laurie’s 909 of Wakefield with the hopes of implementing a pilot meal program on-site. They…Details
Peabody Properties Announces Leasing for Third and Final Phase – The Residences at Lincoln Park – An Affordable 55+ Rental Community in Dartmouth
Braintree and Dartmouth, MA (January 31, 2018) – Peabody Properties today announced leasing is underway for immediate occupancy of its final phase plan for the former Lincoln Amusement Park site in Dartmouth into a vibrant community of 126 apartment homes. “In this particularly tough housing market, affordability has become a real issue, particularly for our…Details
Braintree and Middleboro, MA (January 29, 2018) – Peabody Properties today announced pre-leasing for occupancy beginning in May has begun for Phase II of The Woodlands, Middleboro’s newest luxury apartment community. The announcement comes as leasing for Phase I of the 234-unit apartment complex comes to conclusion; as of present just two Phase I apartments…Details
Warm Hearts & Blankets – Somerset County YMCA Donates Blankets for Veteran Residents at Valley Brook Village
Basking Ridge, NJ (January, 2018) – Residents of Valley Brook Village (a Peabody Properties’ managed community) were recently presented with blankets made by hand by staff members of the Somerset County YMCA. The YMCA Staff presented these gifts to each resident at a morning reception, where approximately 15 YMCA staff members attended, along with the…Details
Charlestown, MA (January 2, 2018) – Zelma Lacey House residents and staff celebrated the end of 2017 and honored the beginning of 2018 with music, dancing, food and fun, during their winter ball! DJ Frank came and spun everyone’s favorite tunes on his sound system. As you will see residents and staff were no strangers…Details
Peabody Properties’ contractor and staff donate time and supplies to build handicapped ramp at Pynchon/Edgewater Apartments
Braintree and Springfield, MA (December 22, 2017) – Mark Roy La Rose, a long-time contractor at Pynchon/Edgewater Apartments recently donated his time and supplies to build a handicapped ramp for resident Carlos Otero. La Rose and members of his staff happily took on the task as a way to give back to the Pynchon/Edgewater Apartments…Details
Braintree and Brockton, MA (December 18, 2017) – Howard House, a Veteran’s Supportive Housing community managed by Peabody Properties, a full-service real estate and property management firm, was the site of a recent event facilitated by iPods for Wounded Veterans, an organization that since 2011 has brought thousands of electronics and gifts to badly injured…Details
Peabody Properties’ Zelma Lacey House selected by University of Maryland School of Nursing and Penn State University to participate in assisted living care initiative study
Braintree, MA (December 8, 2017) – Peabody Properties announces that Zelma Lacey House, an assisted living community in Charlestown, Massachusetts, has been selected by the University of Maryland School of Nursing and Penn State University to participate in the study of an innovative program and philosophy of assisted living care. Zelma Lacey House is just…Details
7 Peabody employees also earn IREM® designations Braintree, MA (December 1, 2017) – Peabody Properties is proud to announce that three of its housing properties were recently recognized for excellence by the Institute of Real Estate Management® Boston Metropolitan Chapter at its annual Landscaping Awards Dinner. Mill Pond in Littleton, Massachusetts, took 1st place in…Details
Peabody Properties’ Bedford Green Apartments finalist in NAHB Multifamily Pillars of Industry Award; named in Best Military or Veterans Housing Category
Bedford, MA (November 21, 2017) – Peabody Properties is pleased to announce Bedford Green Apartments as a finalist in the 2017 National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Award. Bedford Green Apartments, a supportive housing property for veterans age 55 and over, is a finalist in the Best Military or Veterans…Details
NEAHMA Annual Industry Awards Recognize Peabody Properties Staff Members and Community For Outstanding Performance
Braintree, MA (November 14, 2017) – Peabody Properties is proud to announce that two staff members and one of its managed properties have been recognized for excellence by the New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA). Receiving awards at the Annual Industry Awards reception, held recently in conjunction with NEAHMA’s Annual Conference & Trade Show,…Details
Braintree, MA (November 10, 2017) – Peabody Properties’ Braintree Village Knitting Club has donated over 160 hats (plus several scarves and blankets) to “Caps for Kids” at Brigham and Women’s Hospital so far this year. The knitting club is made up of several residents who meet weekly to make these lovely knit creations to be…Details
Reading, MA (October 24, 2017) – Peabody Properties has further expanded its managed condominium portfolio with the addition of Reading Woods in Reading, Massachusetts. The sprawling 25-acre community of 424 condominium homes features both garden-style and townhouse dwellings and offers 55+ options. Situated just 10 miles north of Boston and a three-minute drive from Reading…Details
Brockton and Braintree, MA (October 16, 2017) – Howard House, a Peabody Properties community now serving our veterans as a permanent supportive housing community, recently celebrated its 1st anniversary with residents, staff, and local officials, including Brockton Mayor William Carpenter, a number of HUD-VASH (Housing and Urban Development-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing) representatives and Brockton Veterans…Details
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.