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Trinity Financial’s Passive House Project in Mott Haven Nears Completion

Trinity Financial, the New York Housing Conference 2020 Developer of the Year, said its 425 Grand Concourse project in the Bronx is more than 75% percent completed. The projected opening for the mixed-use development is the spring of 2022.

The 26-story, 310,000-square-foot development is reportedly the largest Passive House project in construction for North America to date. It was designed by Dattner Architects, built by Monadnock Construction and is being developed by Trinity in partnership with MBD Community Housing Corporation and New York City’s Deopartment of Housng Preservation and Development.

“Our rapid progress on 425 Grand Concourse is exciting to watch each day, and it is truly energizing the entire Mott Haven community in the Bronx,” said Thomas Brown, VP of development for Trinity Financial. “The residents who will occupy the 277 units of affordable housing will form the heart and soul of what we are creating.”


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