Vice President, Development
Michael Lozano, Vice President of Development, joined Trinity in 2016 and oversees development projects in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He manages the development team of professionals and consultants through the site acquisition, design, financing, construction, and marketing phases of each project. Mr. Lozano has extensive experience with complex financial transactions, particularly those utilizing Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits. He is currently leading the redevelopment of the Washington Village public housing site in Norwalk, CT into a new 273-unit mixed-income transit-oriented development and the redevelopment of the former Worcester County Courthouse into 118-units of new mixed-income apartments. Prior to Trinity, Mr. Lozano was the team-lead on over half a dozen award-winning affordable housing developments for a prominent national non-profit development company and several local community development groups, and before that was an architect at a Boston-based firm. Mr. Lozano has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University and a Master of Arts degree in Urban Planning from Tufts University.