John Pereira joined Combined Properties in 1987 as senior vice president and general counsel. He was appointed executive vice president in 1989 and president in 1991. In 1996, John acquired the firm and is the sole stockholder.
Committed to our communities, John is actively involved with several local organizations. He is a member of the Board of Directors at Brookline Bancorp, a member of the development committee at Mystic Valley Elder Services and is a longtime board member at Triangle, Inc.. A registered real estate broker, John is also a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, Massachusetts Bar Association, National Association of Office and Industrial Properties, Real Estate Finance Association, Chelsea Boys and Girls Club Breakfast Club, and the Chelsea, Malden, Medford, and North Shore Chambers of Commerce.
Prior to joining Combined Properties, John was a partner at the law firm of Sherin and Lodgen. He has been admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, U.S. Federal District Court, and U.S. Federal Court of Appeals. John earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth and a Juris Doctorate from Boston College Law School.
Chris Maietta joined Combined Properties in 1992. Chris is experienced in acquisition, development, financing, construction, marketing, and management of commercial, industrial, retail, and residential property. Recent developments include: 160 Pleasant St., $45 million smart-growth, transit-oriented apartment community, 204 units and 225-space underground parking structure; 125 Mountain Ave., $15 million, 76,000 SF YMCA. Chris was previously with Perini Land and Development Co., Cummings Properties, Data General, and Arthur D. Little. He earned a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, a Bachelors of Science in Public Communications from Boston University, and is a graduate of Phillips Academy. Chris is the director of NAIOP Massachusetts, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, and a past- president and board chairman.
Actively involved in the community, Chris is founder and chairman of Wayland-Weston Rowing Association, Inc., a 501(c)(3) educational organization operating an interscholastic crew program for high school girls and boys. Since its establishment in 2000, the team has medaled at state, regional, and national championships, and has built a boathouse. He is founder and a board member of Friends of Cochituate State Park, Inc. and a board member of Foundation for Rowing Education and Friends of Milton Crew, Inc. Chris has received a Mass. Recreation and Parks Association’s Special Citation Award for contributions to youth development, public parks and recreation; was named a Mass. State Lottery Friend of the Fairway, which recognizes a citizen from each of the state’s municipalities for contributions to community through sport; and initiated establishment of interscholastic crew programs at other high schools including Mystic Valley Regional Charter School and Westford Academy.
Paul began his career with Combined Properties in 2008 as director of residential real estate, was promoted to vice president of residential real estate in 2012, and is now vice president and director of property managment. Paul has been managing residential real estate throughout the greater Boston area since 1989 while also overseeing construction and renovation projects. Paul oversees all aspects of property management including all our residential and commercial properties. He manages day to day operations ensuring quality and best practices are met in the delivery of management services and also oversees construction of improvements for new and existing tenants.
Paul has a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Francis Xavier University where he also played varsity football. Paul received the Certified Property Manager (CPM®) designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and is a licensed Construction Supervisor in Massachusetts. Paul and his wife have a young family with a daughter and two sons and are active in youth sports programs in his native Quincy.
Patricia Morrow, senior vice president of finance and administration, joined Combined Properties in 1988. She has over twenty-five years of experience in the implementation, management, and supervision of accounting and finance departments in the real estate industry. She has expertise in providing accounting controls to start-up businesses and maintaining sophisticated management information systems. Overseeing a staff of five, Patricia is responsible for preparing annual budgets, including capital expenditure budgets and performing quarterly comparisons of budgeted vs. actual expenses. Patricia earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Thomas College and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Salem State University.
An avid runner, Patricia is active with community groups on behalf of Combined Properties, including the Malden YMCA, the Rotary Club, and the Malden Chamber of Commerce. She is a former president of the Malden Chamber of Commerce and the Malden Rotary and is currently the treasurer for the Malden YMCA.
Greg Regazzini, vice president and director of leasing, joined Combined Properties in 2004. Greg is a member of the Massachusetts Bar, is a registered real estate broker and a member of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce. At Combined Properties he oversees the negotiation and leasing of a diverse portfolio of flex, industrial, office, R&D, and retail space and maintains existing client relationships. With assets under care totaling 34 properties and over 1.6 million square feet, Greg also performs market analysis relative to evaluating the company’s portfolio and is responsible for creating and implementing related marketing programs.
Greg has over twenty years of progressive real estate experience in the Greater Metropolitan Boston area as a real estate broker and attorney representing institutions, corporations, real estate trusts, and individuals. Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Boston College and a Juris Doctorate from New England School of Law. Greg recently moved back to his home town of Reading with his wife and two small children, and he volunteers for youth focused programs in town.