Cummings Properties is a full-service real estate development, property management and construction firm with 82 large or very large buildings in 10 greater Boston communities. It operates and leases 10 million square feet of commercial space to more than 2,000 clients of all types and sizes. Lease large or small executive offices and medical offices, as well as laboratory or research space. Lease light manufacturing or distribution space. See listings for independent and assisted living opportunities for seniors. Read also about our energy efficient green buildings - pre-certified at the LEED Gold level.
WOBURN, June 26, 2013 — One hundred greater Boston nonprofits have been selected to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation's new $100K for 100 program. These charities were chosen from about 370 applicants during a competitive review process by the Woburn-based foundation. (MORE)
As a continuation of its commitment to the environment, Cummings Properties will host electronic waste recycling events at various locations in September and October. Clients are encouraged to bring electronic waste from home or the office to recycle responsibly with Green Network Exchange. (MORE)
50 Dunham Road, Beverly is set on a tranquil 54-acre campus directly fronting on Route 128, with easy highway and airport access, abundant parking and numerous nearby amenities. Perfect as a corporate campus, regional headquarters, and for growing firms with future expansion requirements, the property now offers the peace of mind of Cummings Properties' unparalleled maintenance and property management expertise. (MORE)
Joyce and Bill Cummings speak at The Boston Foundation event
BOSTON, MA - Bill and Joyce Cummings were keynote speakers at a major event of the Boston Foundation recently at the John F. Kennedy Library, speaking to more than 400 representatives of local not-for-profits. During a 20-minute talk, they shared their personal and business backgrounds, spoke about Cummings Properties and Cummings Foundation, and discussed the future of the Foundation's major new grant-making affiliates in eastern Massachusetts.