Greg Regazzini, Vice President and Director of Leasing for Combined Properties, has been appointed to the newly formed Peabody Economic Development Committee, created by Peabody Mayor Ted Bettencourt. The group will focus on spurring economic development in Peabody with specific attention on the downtown area and Centennial Park.
An appropriate choice for the committee especially in regards to the Centennial Park focus, Regazzini will represent Combined Properties. When the city of Peabody first opened Centennial Park nearly 30 years ago, Combined Properties was first to kick off economic development of the industrial park. Today, Combined Properties owns and manages five first-class office, medical, and industrial buildings totaling over 375,000 square feet in Centennial Park.
“We’re excited to be involved in this group effort that aligns so closely with our longtime goal to promote the exceptional location, convenience, and value that Peabody has to offer,” said Regazzini. “My fellow committee members are smart, capable, and qualified professionals and community members, and I think our biggest strength lies in our common objective: to boost business in Peabody and to help those businesses thrive.”
Regazzini is one of eighteen members of the newly established committee. Others are from Analogic Corp., Brooksby Village, the City of Peabody, Conway, Cahill & Brodeur Funeral Home, Eastern Bank, Energi, GraVoc Associates Inc., Idearc Media, Lahey Clinic North, Lyon-Waugh Auto Group, NAI Hunneman, North Shore Bank, NorthShore Mall, Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce, Phil Richard Insurance Agency, Treadwell’s Ice Cream, and Wellesley Information Services.