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The Procopio Companies has topped off its $47 million mixed-use project in Lynn, MA.

The Procopio Companies Hits Construction Milestone on $47M Mixed-Use in Lynn

The Procopio Companies has topped off Mosaic, its $47 million multifamily and mixed-use project in the Boston submarket of downtown Lynn, MA.

“Lynn is a rapidly growing community,” said Michael Procopio, CEO of The Procopio Companies. “Mosaic is a direct response to the demand in the greater Boston area for studio and one-bedroom apartments.”

Mosaic’s topping off marks the completion of the building’s vertical structure. The six story, 147,000 square-foot mixed-use residential property will offer studio, one bedroom, and one bedroom plus den residences located just two blocks from the MBTA train and providing unlimited access to the downtown Lynn area.

Mosaic has three commercial spaces ranging from 530 square feet to over 2,000 square feet with additional patio space.

DMS Design is responsible for the project’s exterior design while CUBE 3 handles interior design. Construction is managed by Dellbrook | JKS, and property management and leasing is led by Greystar.


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