Robie Properties is a family-owned commercial real estate company that was founded by Richard Robie Sr., a prominent Boston entrepreneur, philanthropist, and business leader.  The company did not originally start out as a real estate company, however, and that is where the story truly begins.

Meet the Team

Doug Robie


Doug Robie is President of Robie Properties.  He has extensive involvement in all areas of the firm’s property management and development and is the third generation of the Robie family to run the company.  Doug joined Robie Properties in 1994 as Director of Acquisitions and Development.  Prior to this, he worked for the real estate firm Whittier Partners in Boston.  

Doug graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Williams College and a Master of Real Estate Development degree from the University of California.  He currently is a member of the Board of Trustees at Proctor Academy, in Andover, NH, and has been involved with a number of Committees, including Finance, Investment, Campus Master Plan, Institutional Advancement and Building & Grounds (which he is a Co-Chair).  Doug also serves on a Community Board at Bretton Woods and is a former member of the Board of Trustees at Brookwood School in Manchester, MA.  Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters, and is passionate about skiing, hiking, sailing, paddle tennis and reading.

Richard Ciummei


Dick Ciummei serves as Robie Properties Chief Financial Officer, responsible for overseeing all finance functions. He directs the company’s accounting, tax, business finance operations, financial planning, and assists in asset acquisition analysis.

Dick began working for Robie Properties in 1979 after receiving his BA in Accounting from Merrimack College. He has been involved in many other Robie family businesses throughout his 40 plus year career but most importantly he has helped to oversee the expansion of the Robie real estate holdings.

When not at work Dick enjoys spending time with his wife Janet, four adult children and grandchildren. He also enjoys traveling, golfing, and spending time on Cape Cod where he grew up.

Brad Robie

Director of Leasing and Property Management

Brad Robie is currently the Director of Leasing and Property Management for Robie Properties.  Brad started working at Robie Properties in 2006 and has been involved in managing and leasing properties in the Robie Properties Portfolio.  Brad received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in History at St. Lawrence University, and then his Master’s in Business Administration at Northeastern University.  Before coming to Robie Properties, Brad worked at Beal and Company in Boston as its Assistant Director of Leasing and Property Management.  Brad also is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the Commonwealth and has his RPA Designation from BOMI International.  Brad currently lives in Marblehead, MA, where he grew up, and lives with his wife and two daughters.  He enjoys watching movies with his daughters and has had his Advanced Scuba Divers license since he was in high school.  He is an avid hiker and skier and enjoys camping around New England with his family. Brad also served on the board of Trustees for Tower School in Marblehead for seven years and also co-owns a yoga studio in Vinnin Square, in Salem with his wife Maki.

Traci Beatrice


Traci Tosi Beatrice joined the Robie Properties family in March 2016. Traci earned her bookkeeping experience working for Jake N’ Joe’s and is currently the accountant (and wears a few other hats) at Robie Properties. Traci started at Robie Properties as the executive assistant, office manager and personal assistant to Richard Robie Jr. and was subsequently promoted to accountant.

Traci attended Northeastern University where she received her BS in Sociology and worked in the field for a few years. Traci then went to Salem State University where she earned her degree in Elementary Education. After twenty-five plus years in teaching and raising two daughters, Traci chose to retire from education and try her hand at something new – Jake N’ Joe’s.

When not in the office, Traci enjoys spending time with her daughters and family and friends. She’s also an avid gym enthusiast and enjoys training with free weights and cables as well as running. Traci loves spending time on the beach.


Cheryle Feugill

Office Manager / Tenant Coordinator

Cheryle Feugill joined Robie Properties in November 2020.  She currently holds the position of Office Manager / Tenant Coordinator.  Her background and previous positions consist of Executive Assistant roles at Beth Israel Lahey Health, MassDevelopment and Beverly Hospital.  Cheryle received an Associates Degree from North Shore Community College. She grew up in Ipswich and enjoys spending time with her daughter, family, and friends. Cheryle also enjoys boating, going to the beach, golfing, and gardening.


Bill McNichol

Maintenance Department

Bill McNichol joined Robie Properties in June of 1999. Bill heads up our maintenance department. Before joining the company, Bill worked as a Master Locksmith for a local company. He learned his trade at North Bennett Street School in Boston. Bill handles all lock repairs and keying for Robie Properties as well as all other maintenance issues.

With his wife Tracy, they have two adult children and live in Danvers. Bill enjoys vacationing in the Caribbean with his family. While in the Caribbean they enjoy snorkeling, sailing and island hopping. Bill is a Motor Sports Racing fan and he especially enjoys going to the races and watching Nascar.

Matt Delomba

Property Maintenance

Matt DeLomba has been with the Robie Properties family since May of 2010.  Matt developed his hands-on experience in property maintenance throughout the years from home properties of his own before gaining the opportunity in a commercial setting.  Many consider Matt to be the proverbial “Jack of all trades” in his field.  From plumbing and electrical, to paint and carpentry, he is a valued asset to the Robie Properties team.  Before his time with the company, Matt studied accounting at Rutgers University before returning to Massachusetts to work at the family restaurant business as an assistant manager for 17 years.  He has played guitar since the age of 14, was a member of a rock and blues band for over 15 years and is a classic car enthusiast.  Matt enjoys family life with his fiancé and her three children as well as his own three adult children and precious granddaughter.