CHELSEA, MASS. — A partnership between developers John M. Corcoran & Co. and Joseph J. Corcoran Co. and private equity firm Marcus Partners has received $93 million in construction financing for the redevelopment of the Innes Apartments in Chelsea, a northeastern suburb of Boston. The project will convert an eight-building complex that was originally constructed in the 1950s into a mixed-income community with street-level retail space. A syndicate of lenders led by Cambridge Savings Bank provided the debt. A timeline for completion was not disclosed.