Trinity Management, LLC was launched on February 24, 2012 to provide exceptional property management services for condominiums, resident associations, cooperatives, community development corporations, non-profit and for-profit developers. The company manages properties throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York, with more than 6,000 residential units and more than 538,500 square feet of commercial and retail space.
The residential portfolio consists of a mix of affordable, mixed-income, market rate, cooperative and condominium properties. Trinity’s managed affordable and mixed-income communities use a variety of subsidy programs, including state and federal low-income housing tax credits, public housing operating and capital funds, Section 8 subsidies, HOME and CDBG resources, among others.
Our maintenance program is proactive and stresses preventative maintenance. The procedures and systems of accounting and compliance for our entire portfolio, regardless of individual property size, are identical: we apply the highest level of scrutiny and integrity to all. Trinity has demonstrated expertise in managing properties during all stages of the development process, from providing valuable input in the conceptual stage, to marketing properties during the initial lease-up period, through successful management of stabilized properties years after construction is complete. We are dedicated to a very personal, hands-on approach to all the details of management.
"There is nothing more important than a good, safe, secure home. " -- Rosalynn Carter
"If you were all alone in the universe with no one to talk to, no one with which to share the beauty of the stars, to laugh with, to touch, what would be your purpose in life? It is other life, it is love, which gives your life meaning. This is harmony. We must discover the joy of each other, the joy of challenge, the joy of growth. " -- Mitsugi Saotome
“The great challenge of the twenty-first century is to raise people everywhere to a decent standard of living while preserving as much of the rest of life as possible.” ― Edward O. Wilson
"We were born to unite with our fellow men, and to join in community with the human race. " -- Cicero
"This is the duty of our generation as we enter the twenty-first century -- solidarity with the weak, the persecuted, the lonely, the sick, and those in despair. It is expressed by the desire to give a noble and humanizing meaning to a community in which all members will define themselves not by their own identity but by that of others." -- Elie Wiesel
"I am a part of all that I have met. " -- Lord Tennyson
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. " -- Margaret Mead
"While the spirit of neighborliness was important on the frontier because neighbors were so few, it is even more important now because our neighbors are so many. " -- Lady Bird Johnson
"I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the community, and as long as I live it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can." -- George Bernard Shaw
"Charity begins at home, but should not end there." -- Thomas Fuller (1732)
“A community is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm.” -- Henrik Ibsen
"The life I touch for good or ill will touch another life, and that in turn another, until who knows where the trembling stops or in what far place my touch will be felt. " -- Frederick Buechner
"Independence ... middle-class blasphemy. We are all dependent on one another, every soul of us on earth. " -- George Bernard Shaw
"A man is called selfish not for pursuing his own good, but for neglecting his neighbor's. " -- Richard Whately
"What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?" -- George Eliot
"Our task must be to free ourselves... by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty." -- Albert Einstein
"The universal brotherhood of man is our most precious possession." -- Mark Twain
"Heroes are not giant statues framed against a red sky. They are people who say: This is my community, and it is my responsibility to make it better. Interweave all these communities and you really have an America that is back on its feet again. I really think we are gonna have to reassess what constitutes a 'hero'." -- Studs Terkel