Garage Funding Approved Unanimously; “Trinity has Done a Great Job and They Should be Recognized.”

At a recent Brockton City Council Finance Committee meeting held May 30, City Councilor Shirley Asack requested the microphone to publicly thank Trinity Financial Inc. (James Keefe, Kenan Bigby and Mathieu Zahler) for their investment in the former Enterprise Newspaper building and adjacent city block. The Enterprise Building had been vacant and the area underdeveloped before James Keefe, owner of Trinity Financial, acquired the entire city block and began to construct modern apartments, office space, street level retail and an artist gallery. The approved project has drawn 26 million dollars in MassWorks related investments and a projected 74 million dollars in additional public and private investment. The total of new investment is expected to top 100 million dollars over a 3-5 year time period.

Bob Sullivan, President of the Council, acknowledged the many business owners and leaders in attendance at the meeting and thanked them for their participation and their show of support for the parking garage. Chris Cooney, Chamber president and CEO, praised the investment made in Brockton, “Jim Keefe and Trinity Financial are creating vibrancy and sustainability in the very heart of the city’s center. They have performed admirably and exceeded all expectations. When considering the new Veteran’s Memorial Park and fountain, the completely renovated Enterprise office building and the new artist lofts/gallery space, this property is among the very best along the entire MBTA Commuter Rail serving the Metro South region. We thank the talented team at Trinity for transforming this area and making it a catalyst for positive change in Brockton.”  

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