Conversion of old Holyoke Catholic High School into 54 apartments underway; construction to last a year | masslive
Construction began last month and the $19 million conversion of the old Holyoke Catholic High School campus into 54 apartments should take a year, the owner said. The apartments' rents will be geared to tenants with up to moderate incomes, with 10 percent, or five units, available for those receiving federal government rent help, E. Denis Walsh, of Weld Management, said Thursday (July 17). An event to mark the ground-breaking of the job is being scheduled, he said. Mayor Alex B. Morse said the conversion of the former school campus into apartments adds to the neighborhood's improvements.