There are 118 units in the new Courthouse Lofts and 85 of them are already filled via pre-leases ahead of the former Worcester County Courthouse’s redevelopment completion.
A portion of residents will begin to move into some of those units next week. For most, it will be their first time seeing the building as the majority of residents have been signing their leases without visiting the property.
Michael Lazano, vice president of development for Trinity Financial, the real estate development company overseeing the project, shared the news Thursday in a tour of the new lofts to city officials. Representatives in attendance from the city’s administration included City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr, City Councilor Candy Mero-Carlson and Chief Development Officer Peter Dunn.
“The fourth and third floor we expect to open next week,” he said. “The first and second floor of the 1950s…