Trinity Financial Receives $35.8M Loan for Multifamily Redevelopment Project in Worcester


This image shows what the Worcester Courthouse will look like following its redevelopment into a 117-unit residential community.

WORCESTER, MASS. — Trinity Financial, a developer with offices in Boston and Manhattan, has received a $35.8 million loan for a redevelopment project in Worcester that will convert a former courthouse into a 117-unit multifamily building. Roughly 35 percent of the new units will be designated as workforce housing residences, while basic floor plans will consist of 23 studio apartments, 52 one-bedroom apartments, 31 two-bedroom apartments and 11 three-bedroom apartments. Amenities will include a fitness center, resident lounge and personal storage space. MassHousing provided the financing, which consists of a $12.2 million, tax-exempt permanent loan, a $19.1 million bridge loan and $4.5 million in funding from the agency’s Workforce Housing Initiative. An affiliate of Trinity will manage the project, with Tocci Building Corp. serving as general contractor. The courthouse was originally built in 1845.

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