Showing posts from November, 2021

CMC's Holiday Kickoff

Corcoran Management Company began the holiday season with different acts of kindness across all of our properties. All of our staff and residents possess such a great sense of community and they conveyed their thanks through several outlets of giving throughout the last few weeks. Staff from the Residences on Broadway  Staff from Faxon Commons wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving Several of the properties collected Thanksgiving food donations for local food pantries so everyone could celebrate the day with their favorite traditional dishes. Staff and residents from Weymouth Commons and Stone Run East Apartments collected donations for Weymouth Food Pantry 's Thanksgiving food drive. Parkside Commons also collected several bags worth of food to donate to The Greater Boston Food Bank . Station Square residents filled bins with donations for the Mansfield Food Pantry and the Mansfield Animal Shelter as our furry friends deserve to indulge in their own Thanksgiving feast too

CMC Supports Caritas Communities' 36th Annual Gala

Corcoran Management Company has supported Caritas Communities since its founding by P. Leo Corcoran in 1985 who was also a partner in  Corcoran Management Company  at the time. The inception of Caritas Communities stems from Leo's concern for the increasing rate of homelessness in the Greater Boston in the 80s. The word caritas is a Latin word defined as, "Christian love of humankind; charity". This is the perfect word to describe not only this organization as it is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, but also Leo himself as he had a passion to help humankind.  P. Leo Corcoran started  Caritas Communities  in the effort to alleviate homelessness and to aid in the prevention of this issue in the future. According to the Caritas Communities website , " Mr. Corcoran organized a Board of Directors who shared his belief that homelessness could be prevented through affordable housing. The Board chose the Single Room Occupancy (SRO) as its housing model with a focus on low- and extrem

CMC's Momentous Manager's Meeting Marking 70 Years!

Corcoran Management Company just held it's annual Manager's Meeting last week at the Four Points by Sheraton in Norwood . However, this was no ordinary meeting because it marked a momentous occasion as the company celebrated it's seventieth year of business. The day began with a welcome introduction by Kevin Young , the President of Management, as well as Nancy Gaudet , the Vice President of Management.  Kevin Young , President of Management Nancy Gaudet , Vice President of Management Cynthia Buckley , the Director of Sales and Marketing, spoke about the history of Corcoran Management Company as it never fails to acknowledge the roots of its humble beginnings. The company was founded in 1951 by John M. Corcoran who quickly partnered with his brother P. Leo Corcoran and they became a dynamic duo as pioneers in the real estate industry. Although John and Leo have passed, they continue to be beacons of light that ignite our company's passion to succeed in this field. Cyn

Happy Corcor-ween!

  Corcoran Management Company was in the Halloween spirit with events across all of the properties and even the corporate headquarter office got in on the fun with the companywide Corcor-ween Costume Contest. Many of the properties hosted an array of spooky events for their residents to participate in. Several properties gave out goodie bags and even had jars of candy corn on display so residents had the opportunity to guess how many pieces were in the jar and the resident with the closest guess received a prize. The Commons at Boston Road held a Trunk-Or-Treat event and the resident with the best decorated trunk was awarded a gift card. The Mastlight knew that their four-legged residents wanted to celebrate Halloween too so they organized a pet costume contest. 50 West Broadway hosted a Halloween Cocktail Hour with cider doughnuts and beverages which was a great opportunity for residents to get to know each other. Corcoran Management Company creates an enjoyable environment that