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Full /part-time employees were welcomed to PPI.
New property lease-ups were completed.
17 webinars & 60 classroom trainings took place.
New wellness initiatives introduced.
420 designations/certifications now held by our employees.
Employee recognition awards were given out for exemplary performance
Energy savings upgrades at PPI managed communities.
Prestigious industry awards received.
Units have been added to PPIs managed portfolio.
2016 Success......... By the Numbers!
VISIONS Newsletter - Issue 12- 2017
The best is yet to be!
Welcome NEW EMPLOYEESAdeliris Sanabria Flores, Bourne MillsAlexis Cain, Harwell Homes, Inc.Allen Furey, PRSIAngel Aponte, Pynchon Apts.Bob Glavin, The Waterworks Caera Monahan, Stonybrook Apts.Carmen Garcia, 225 Centre Caroline Biggs, Corporate OfficeCharlene Almond, Tudor/Cherry HillDaniel Tejada, Stony Brook IIEdiberto Aviles, Bixby Brockton Elias Ferreira, Uphams Corner CondoFern Lautkin, Bourne MillsHeather Crane, Braintree Village Jacira Santos, Charlesview ResidencesJerice Cosentino, Harbor Place Johanna Andrade, Cardinal Medeiros
Jokebed Pierre, Valley Brook VillageKenan Ira, Brownstone Apartments Kerry Anne Coyne, Port LandingKim Fareau, 135 Lafayette Apts.Kristina Medeiros, Harbor PlaceKyle Ginter, Valley Brook VillageLori Aguiar, Fairhaven Village AssociatesLourdes Morales, Powdermill VillageManuel Teixeira, Howard HouseMaritza Alicea, Memorial SquareMonika Mullins, Melville Towers Monique Tutt, Sterling PlaceRodolfo Guir, Charlesview ResidencesRose Keogh, Peabody Real EstateStephanie Dewever, 225 Centre StreetVlaimy Rodriguez, Hyde Square HR CORNER
A special dinner celebration was held at Bedford Green in honor of Veterans Day. Thank you to all who participated Windover Construction for hosting the event, the Bedford Neighborhood Brigade (BNB); Dunkin Donuts (for all the coffee) and Bill Scherer, President, Clean Green Solutions for donating 2 TVs for the raffle. Most especially, thank you to the staff at Bedford Green and volunteers from the Bedford VA for all the set-up and serving. You are all amazing!
Port Landing. An affordable community of 20 - 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartment homes, centrally located in the energetic Inman/Central Square neighborhood.
Shoe Shop Place. The restoration of the former Leonard Shaw & Dean Shoe Factory into a mix of 25 - 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments.
Howard House. The historic renovation & adaptive re-use of the former Howard Home into 14 furnished studio apartments for homeless Veterans.
Giving Back To Our Veterans Ribbons Cuttings/Grand Opening
Reminder to please take a moment to review PPI on Glassdoor.com
so we can proactively share everything the company has to offer. Many candidates would likely research us on Glassdoor to learn about our Culture, Core Values, Mission, and most of all about your personal experiences with our award winning firm. The best way to attract excited and motivated candidates to Peabody Properties is for you, our valued team members to share your own excitement and experiences with them.
Your feedback is completely anonymous, thank you in advance.
Congrats to Jacqueline Gonzalez , Property Manager, Borden Place on earning your Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) designation through IREM.
100 Year Old Yvette Mancini, Borden Place Resident, crowned Miss Senior Sweetheart.
Brian LeBlanc, Service Manager at The Moorings at Squantum Gardens in Quincy, took 3rd place in the car competition. Shown here are just a few of our enthusiastic spectators - Cheering is part of the days fun!
Thanks to our employees & many residents for your continued generosity; making the holidays
just a bit merrier for so many families at Elizabeth Stone House.
Our PPI Facilities Team did Leed the charge
in constructing a smoke hut for our veterans at Bedford Green as part of their Leed Certification. Great Job All!
PRSI Team Members attend Caritas Communities 31st annual Dinner
Mill Pond resident Judy Smith honored our Veteranson Veterans Day by crocheting a US flag afghan. Mill Pond also gave thanks to local police and fire at the holidays, presenting them with delicious baked goods.
Were putting our years of real estate experience to work for you! Do you know Friends or Family
Looking to Buy or Sell a home?
Your referral is the highest compliment we can receive and, for that, Peabody Real Estate (PRE) is offering our employees a $1,000 BONUS for referrals who end up closing their transaction
with PRE. 617.307.5959 | PeabodyRE.com
Whats New... The Residences at Lincoln Park II & III, Dartmouth 48 Apartment Homes
Gateway North, Lynn 64 Apartment Homes
Kennedy School, Hanover 37 Apartment Homes
The Woodlands, Middleborough 234 Apartment Homes
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Lunch Crunch With Inner City Weight Lifting at the Moorings at Squantum Gardens. A 45 minute workout designed to maximize functional movement, strength and
Water Wednesdays, introduction of new water flavors by adding fruits or vegetables or just by adding a bit of sparkle.
2nd Annual Chili Cook-Off at the corporate office. Congrats to Shaun Kasianowicz, Michael Santos and Don Belcher on their award winning chili!
Libby Gilbert was a resident at Congregational Retirement Homes and passed away this past December at the age of 104. The Gilbert Family was truly grateful to staff at CRH and they wrote: The Gilbert family would like to thank the staff and residents of the Congregational Retirement Homes for their care and friendship in her final years.
~ family of Libby Gilbert, former resident at CRH, Melrose
Dear Linda Kabilian... Thank you so much for your help last month with distributing all of my applications to your property managers. I appreciate the efforts put forth and am grateful for the help you provided me.
~ Jill Ferrira, potential PPI resident
As the president of the 1970 Newton Police Academy, Ive seen order, discipline and most of compassion, but nothing as high as this level at Squantum Gardens.
~ James Guaragna, resident at The Moorings at Squantum Gardens, Quincy
Watch for upcoming Wellness events via your email. Here are just a few recent events ...
Dont forget to hydrate!
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Linwood Mill Residents Create Stained Glass WindowResidents of Linwood Mill Apartments celebrated Peabody Properties 40th anniversary with the creation of a stained glass window to be displayed in the Braintree corporate office. It took resident and stained glass artist Jeanne Mistretta 28 hours to complete the piece which features the companys logo and a personal message from the apartment community. Mistretta, a lifelong artist, and other Linwood Mill residents look forward
to creating another stained glass piece for the propertys 10th anniversary celebration in 2021.
Braintree Village Residents Take Part in Anti-Bullying WorkshopYouth residents of Braintree Village recently completed four anti-bullying workshops where they learned about the importance of kindness, acceptance and inclusion. The classes, which were organized by Peabody Resident Services, Inc. and led by MassHousings Tenant Assistance Program, ACME Teamwork, Inc., included peer interaction, games and activities to simulate different instances of bullying. Program leaders helped participants develop strategies to deal with challenging situations. At the conclusion of the workshop, residents, staff and community leaders joined together for a celebration.
Barstow Village Dedicates Everlasting Christmas Tree to RSMEver wish that splendid, jovial feeling of Christmas cold last all year long? Well, at Barstow Village Apartments in Hanover, those feelings will now be everlasting with the recent dedication of The Everlasting
Christmas Tree, honoring Resident Service Manager, Martha North for her years of meaningful service to the community!
Rogers Hall Residents Make A Warm DonationPam Mondazzi knitted 100 hats for children at the Moody Elementary School in Lowell. Mondazzi fashioned the warm weather gear to thank the students who visit Rogers Hall Apartments, where Mondazzi
resides, multiple times during the year and perform songs for residents. In addition to the 100
knitted hats, many Rogers Hall residents purchased more than 100 gloves, hats and scarves for the children, ages 5 to 11.
R E C E N T H A P P E N I N G S
(from left): Christopher Griffin, Assistant to Mayor Joseph Sullivan; Alan Rias, RSC; Thelma Roberts, Braintree Village Tenant Association President; and Dr. Frank Hackett, Braintree Public Schools Superintendent. Front Row - Thelma Roberts grandchildren Elijah Grant, 1; Aniyah Johnson, 5; and Isaiah Grant, 4
Rogers Hall Apartments residents Ethel Tournas, Marguerite Pare, Connie Mercier, Virginia Maniatis, Marie Grenda, Mari