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Abbyville Commons Norfolk MA – A Proposed Development by Diplacido Development

June 11th, 2017 by Michael Mahoney

Abbyville Commons and The Preserve at Abbyville in Norfolk MA By Michael Mahoney – Diplacido Development out of Wrentham has a proposal to build a 40b project on Lawrence Road in Norfolk near Bush Pond on the old Buckley and Mann site. There are two names to the project being presented. The names are […]



I selected Mike after having a very unsuccessful experience with a previous broker. He had excellent ideas in helping to sell my house and continued to advertise it with a fresh perspective. His experience helped in a number of ways and I only wish we had... (more)


This is the second property I have sold in Weymouth MA with Mike as my broker. He research the area and give you all the information you need to decide what to list your property for, so it sells timely. He also helps review and negotiate all offers and is... (more)


We had been trying to sell our condo for well over a year and decided to give Mike a shot at it as he came well recommended. It was not easy for him but he persisted and had success. Even though it wasn't a big sale or profit for him, he acted as though it... (more)

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Community Events

Open Table Tuesday!

Knight Moves Brookline Events

Meet new people, Play awesome games, have fun. This event repeats every Tuesday. Some helpful things to note: *The cover for gameplay on Tuesdays is $5 per person (+ $2 if you bring in outside food, drinks, or alcohol) * Our staff are happy to...

We Play Mah Jongg and have fun. Please check to see if enough players are RSVP.

Mah Jongg in Cambridge and Beyond

 Intermediate to Advanced players only. We play for money. Please RSVP.  Bring your set if you have one. We play quick and strategic games. We have fun whether we win or lose. Bring your current Mah Jongg card and a sense of humor. PLEASE...

The Brain of the Woodpecker: Built to Peck

Suburban Naturalists

• What we'll doSpecial guest speaker Lorna Gibson, the Matoula S. Salapatas Professor of Materials Science and Engineering from MIT Have you ever wondered how woodpeckers avoid brain injury when they peck? In this talk, Lorna Gibson will...

Arabic social, conversation, reading practice - Central Square

Boston Area Arabic & English Language Meetup

هلا هلا يا جماعة! No need to be right on time, I am sure people's schedules vary and I am sometimes a bit late myself depending on work. They do separate checks - please remember to pay for what you order on your way out, or else up...