Trinity Financial has apparently won the rights to develop a 310-unit apartment complex on state land near TD Garden.
There also might be a supermarket in the new complex on the ground floor, though we’ll believe it when we see it.
It was a long and brutal process to get this project under way, dating back to before the financial crisis. Trinity was originally the second-place pick, but rose to the top when the first developer faltered.
It sure would have been nice to have those apartments/condos already built and sold/rented. The city could have used them in this market. But …
File under: Better late than never