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Official Opening of Treadmark Celebrated

Mayor Martin J. Walsh (fifth from the right) joined Rep. Ayanna Pressley (fifth from the left) and other dignitaries at the official opening of Treadmark.

Boston – Mayor Martin J. Walsh recently joined U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley, Trinity Financial, other elected officials, and community and business leaders to celebrate the official opening of Treadmark, an 83-unit mixed-income, mixed-use, transit-oriented development located in the heart of Dorchester’s Ashmont Square neighborhood.

The building boasts 51 affordable rental units and 32 ownership units designed by HGTV celebrity and Boston-based interior designer Taniya Nayak, who integrated the character of Dorchester and created a vibrant and welcoming project.

The project also features designs from The Architectural Team, Inc. Exterior landscaping was created by the landscape architecture and planning firm Copley Wolff Design Group.

The project includes ground-floor retail with the neighborhood shop, American Provisions. Trinity Financial will complete the ground-floor retail program, with two remaining retail spaces totaling 2,500sf.

“The opening of Treadmark is an important and exciting milestone for Peabody Square,” said Mayor Walsh. “I want to thank Trinity Financial and all partners for quickly committing to rebuilding this project after the devastating fire in 2017. I am proud that together we have created dozens of affordable units and retail space for businesses that will help boost the local economy.”

The development for this new building was made possible in part by investments from the city of Boston, the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, Boston Private Bank, and RBC Capital Markets.

Additionally, the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation played a crucial role in the completion of the Treadmark project.


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