The town of Dedham proclaims September 12th as “Legacy Place Day”

October 04, 2019 - Front Section

Dedham, MA The board of selectmen of the town issued a proclamation permanently designating September 12th as “Legacy Place Day.” In addition, Legacy Place was presented with a congratulatory citation from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts signed by speaker of the Massachusetts House Robert DeLeo. 

For the past 10 years, Legacy Place has served as a retail, dining and entertainment destination for the local community and beyond.  

“Since its debut in 2009, Legacy Place has remained a celebrated cornerstone of the Dedham community for its award-winning offerings, as well as family-friendly events, seasonal festivities and charitable fundraisers that support local causes,” said Dimitria Sullivan, board of selectmen from the town.

Representative Paul McMurtry, shared his congratulations on this important milestone adding, “Legacy Place has delivered a decade of customer service, community engagement, job creation and economic development, not only in Dedham, but in the Greater Boston region. Legacy Place has become the primary destination for first class retail, restaurants and services, providing the ultimate shopping, dining and entertainment experience for all who visit.”

“We are so honored to receive this Proclamation on our 10th Anniversary from the town of Dedham. Thank you also to some of our long-time retailers, including Anthropologie, Apple, Free People, Kings, L.L.Bean, lululemon, Stil Studio, Urban Outfitters and Whole Foods, who have been integral to Legacy Place’s success over the past decade. We look forward to continuing to serve our local community and to delivering a vibrant collection of retail, seasonal public events and offerings for all ages,” said Christa Seychew, general manager of Legacy Place. 

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