Amidst all of the new luxury buildings going up, Trinity Financial is taking a different approach. They are looking to build primarily in the Dorchester area with projects that are geared to the middle class. Will this successfully fill a gap in the housing market; or just be more apartments that could be left vacant?
Details on Trinity Financial’s destination from Curbed:
“Trinity has set several targets…Target A: Dorchester. Near the T station is land that could become a new mixed-income housing complex…Target B: Peabody Square. Just outside is a parcel that’s ripe for reinvention…Target C: Ashmont. Across the street from the T station at the end of the red line is Ashmont Tire. Trinity wants to dust it off and square its shoulders to face forward as an 81-unit complex. This project is underway with neighborhood meetings scheduled…Target D: The Curruth, also in Ashmont. These 42 condominium units, near Target A, have already happened. They serve as a proof point for the plan that Trinity aims to replicate with Ashmont. At the time of this article’s publication, theproperty website states that their units are 33% sold.”