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The strong majority of all real estate managed by Cummings Properties in Woburn, but not including TradeCenter 128, is beneficially owned by and is operated for the benefit of Cummings Foundation, Inc. (CFI). The Cummings family has also donated all of the Company's land and buildings in Burlington, Marlborough, Medford, Somerville, Stoneham, Sudbury, Wakefield, and Wilmington, Massachusetts to the Foundation.
A city within a city on a site with its rich history proudly displayed: that’s the Cummings Center in Beverly. Opportunities for Cummings Center employees to take care of personal business and enjoy a palpable sense of history make this a great place to work, says Stephen Drohosky, vice president and general manager for Cummings Properties. (MORE)
NeuroMetrix began 2015 with a new 6,000-square-foot production facility at Cummings Properties’ 4-B Gill Street location. The opening of the Woburn site coincides with NeuroMetrix’s launch of its latest pain-management device, called Quell.
The company, publicly traded as NURO, develops wearable medical technology and point-of-care diagnostics to help patients and physicians better manage chronic pain, nerve disorders, and associated sleep disturbances. (MORE)
Recipients of grants ranging from $500,000 to $2.5 million include the Winchester Multicultural Network, which was awarded $1 million to expand its inclusion and civil rights initiatives in Winchester and Woburn; Supportive Living, which will receive $1 million in support of three residential programs; and Tufts Hillel, which was awarded $1 million in support of the Cummings/Hillel Program for Holocaust and Genocide Education at Tufts University. In addition, the Museum of Science in Boston was warded $2.5 million for renovations to its main entrance. (MORE)
WOBURN, December 9, 2014 - Thanksgiving week, Cummings Properties distributed $327,000 to local nonprofits, including a total of $64,000 to 34 organizations based in the cities of Woburn and Beverly, where it has significant properties and many of its employees work. The donations were made in honor of the commercial real estate firm’s full-time staff members, who were each invited to select a charity to receive $1,000 through the Employee Directed Giving program. (MORE)
The company is bringing before both the City Council and Planning Board seeking a zoning change for 2.1 acres on the corner of Elliot and McKay streets. (MORE)
For the fourth time in eight years, Covaris is expanding its footprint at Cummings Properties’ 14 Gill St. building in Woburn. According to Cummings Properties account manager Tony Spencer, the international firm is adding approximately 6,000 square feet, for a total of 32,000 square feet. The space includes a complete laboratory, warehouse space, and offices. (MORE)
Sage Science has increased its footprint by more than 5,000 square feet at 500 Cummings Center in Beverly. The fast-growing company, founded in 2005, develops products for the life sciences research markets. “We are very happy that Cummings Properties was able to find a perfect space for our ever-growing research and development needs,” said Heather Ketcham, vice president of Sage Sciences’ corporate operations. “Cummings’ leasing and design staff made the process very easy. We love our new space.” (MORE)
Woburn-based Cummings Foundation, Inc. has announced the names of 100 local nonprofits selected to receive grants of $100,000 each through its $100K for 100 program. Chosen through a competitive review process of more than 430 applicants, the diverse group represents a wide variety of causes, including underserved populations, education, healthcare, hunger relief, and homelessness prevention.More than 250 people gathered at the Foundation's Grantee Reception on June 2 at TradeCenter 128 in Woburn. (MORE)
Merrill Lynch is growing its Beverly location. To accommodate an increase in staff, the global wealth management firm has just expanded its office at 500 Cummings Center to 5,500 square feet."This expansion is really a direct result of the success of this particular office," said Cummings Properties senior account manager Mike Farrell... (MORE)
The Chronicle of Philanthropy, somewhat of a “bible” in the nonprofit world, published two very complimentary feature stories about Cummings Foundation in its May 8, 2014 edition. The articles focus on the Foundation’s growing support of eastern Massachusetts charities, as well as its work related to healthcare and education in Rwanda.
Author Nicole Lewis wrote, “While the Cummingses... (MORE)