Trinity Financial is now leasing apartments at Centre 50, a new 71-unit development in downtown with amenities and features.
Located across the street from the commuter rail station and 35 minutes from South Station, Centre 50 is part of a 113-unit development that includes the Enso Flat artist community. It includes one, two and three-bedroom units featuring stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and in-unit laundries.
Community amenities include a fitness center, yoga studio, club room and lounge, art gallery, parking and bike storage, retail space and landscaped courtyard. Onsite management and 24-hour on-call emergency maintenance are also provided.
"We're pleased to announce that leasing is now underway at Centre 50, a wonderful community that offers individuals and families top-of-the-line amenities in a vibrant, urban setting close to public transportation," said Kate Franco, chief executive officer of Trinity Management who will be the managing agent.
"There is a tremendous energy in Brockton right now, and Centre 50 offers residents the opportunity to be part of a growing and historic community - all at an outstanding value."
Centre 50 is part of the $100 million Enterprise Center project, located at the historic site of the former Brockton Enterprise Building. The project is aimed at revitalizing downtown. The first phase features 52,000 s/f of commercial/office space, 10,000 s/f of retail and artist exhibition space, the 42-unit Enso Flats artist community andCentre 50.
"There is a lot of activity underway in Brockton right now, and Centre 50 residents really have the unique opportunity to create their own neighborhood community," said Kenan Bigby, vice president at Trinity Financial. "Centre 50 epitomizes the dynamic, smart growth concept that is so attractive to young professionals - sleek, urban living close to shopping, restaurants, recreation and public transportation."
Downtown Brockton features a variety of amenities located close to Enterprise Center, including Sony's CafÃ©, Joe Angelo's, Elvira's, the Tamboo Bistro and soon-to-be-opening Vicente's Tropical Grocery. The city will also be welcoming the Downtown Brockton Education Collaborative, establishing a higher education campus just blocks away on Main Street.
"This really is the ideal time to consider a move to Brockton, particularly given its rich arts and culture, new public and private investment and great community leaders who are engaged in the city's continued growth," said Franco. "Brockton is a great place to live, work and build a family, and we're proud to announce the leasing of these beautiful units in a city with so much history and character."