Smart. Fast. Secure.

Green living, placemaking and technology are at the heart of Kelley Square Lofts.

Inspired by the Kelley Square neighborhood, the lofts reflect the surrounding urban intensity; yet they create a protected community environment where residents can escape the outside hustle and bustle and get to know their neighbors. 

The building features 48 apartment units in a unique location directly above the new Worcester Public Market in the Worcester’s Canal District. Our high ceilings with exposed metal decking give the spaces a big city vibe, and the apartments surround a shared indoor/outdoor community space. The building includes a bicycle storage room, a mail and package center, a laundry and fitness room, and smart features such as keyless entry, intercom systems, key card parking and our incomparable GigXero unlimited gigabit service — a fast, secure, privacy-centric and reliable internet platform.

What is GigXero?

Connectivity is an essential requirement to live, work and play, and GigXero’s GigX(TM) delivers an unparalleled next-generation solution for bandwidth and connectivity. The GigX(TM) cloud-base platform provides the residential and commercial multi-gigabit internet and cellular performance sought by young professionals -- 100X faster than regular cable with unmatched internet speeds, designed as a secure and simplified solution for the future. 

Smarter buildings, faster internet, better security.

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via gigxero

Ready stance secure WiFi in each apartment designed for smart home devices, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, streaming and gaming. Unlike traditional ISP’s gaming traffic is prioritized first, not last, so gaming and streaming is always instant low latency and just works! Founded by a group of technologists who care deeply about privacy, security and just a better internet, the Kelly Square Lofts GigXero internet is an experience unlike anywhere else. Bring your smart crockpot, cleaning robots, and programmable power saving light bulbs and be a part of the greenest building in Worcester. 



Our sense of place reflects our historical and experiential knowledge of a location, and it connects deeply to our health. Kelley Square Lofts draw upon the richness of the surrounding neighborhood to create a unique environment in which to live, work and play. Kelley Square itself was the inspiration behind this project; and like the legendary intersection, we invite you to live dangerously.

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Living in a walkable neighborhood means that you will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with a lively mix of city dwellers, many of whom have chosen a similar contemporary and professional lifestyle. We combine the excitement of our rich urban setting with an interior environment that embodies comfort, smart living, and a communal sense of refuge from the outside world.

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Life in the Canal District draws people who are adventurous, ambitious attuned to the pleasures of an city lifestyle. Its walkability offers surprising benefits to your health, your wellbeing and your feeling of community. With all of the healthy food and entertainment choices in the Worcester Public Market and the surrounding neighborhood, you may find it easy to abandon your car and call this home.


  • 3 floors of housing above the new Worcester Public Market

  • 48 market rate apartments, all with great views

  • 12 studio units

  • 16 one-bedroom units

  • 20 two-bedroom units, three of them looking out on infamous Kelley Square

  • GigXero, a fast, secure, and privacy-centric internet platform

  • Community room, laundry room and exercise room

  • Private 2,800 s.f. outdoor patio with seating, grill and fire pit

  • Smart home entry and security systems

  • 72 space key card-controlled parking lot

  • Mail room service for packages

  • Bicycle storage room


  • Walking distance to over 54 restaurants and bars, famous Worcester diners and dives, and some of the best live music in the country.

  • Direct access to all major highways including Routes 9 and 146, Interstates 190, 290, 395, 495 and The Mass Pike.

  • Five minute walk to Union Station and commuter rail service to Boston. 

  • Easy driving access to hiking trails in all directions, including Broad Meadow Brook, The Cascades, Crow Hill, Boynton Park, The Central Mass Rail Trail, and the rich mosaic of inner city parks in Worcester.

  • Easy access to the Hanover Theatre, the Worcester Art Museum, the EcoTarium and all of the cultural resources of Worcester.

  • The ski slopes of Wachusett Mountain are less than half an hour away. 

  • Cape Cod, the North & South Shores and Rhode Island beaches are just over an hour away.

  • New York City is three hours away, door to door.

  • Worcester Airport now flies nonstop to Florida, Philly and New York City.


life in the CANAL DISTRICT

Let’s face it, our neighborhood rocks. It has everything. It is walkable; it is social; it is full of amazing people.

Our city is already pretty great as far as lifestyle goes, but we wanted to embrace the walkability and community of our neighborhood and to build a residence that resonated with the influx of young professionals coming to Worcester for their education and careers. The team behind KSL knows what living in Kelley Square is like, because they hang out there too. 

Worcester is a city of immigrants, many of whom first set foot in the Canal District, and the neighborhood still reflects this history. From a Jewish delicatessen, to a Middle Eastern hookah lounge, to a family-owned Mexican restaurant, to the Greek-owned Table Talk Pie Company – “America’s favorite pie!” – the collection of small businesses gracing its sidewalks creates a global tapestry that continues to be woven today. Worcester is re-embracing this aspect of the district, creating rich environment that reflects its roots and casts an eye to its future.

A walk/bike community


In the heart of New England’s second-largest city, easy walking distance to all its resources and pleasures, you can enjoy the bustle of a vigorous social scene or the creature comforts and refuge of your own apartment. Designed to provide everything young professionals want in a residence, Kelley Square Lofts sit at the vibrant center of a re-awakening city.

Vibrant cultural community


Ethnic and global diversity feed the cultural pulse of Worcester, and wonderful, fresh food flows from those cultural traditions. Over the past decade, the city has become a culinary destination for all of Massachusetts and beyond. Upscale, downscale, any scale at all, many of these bars, restaurants and coffeehouses now call The Canal District their home.

Nature is close in every direction

the natural world

If you run, hike, bike, kayak, SUP, canoe, birdwatch, rock climb, ice climb, ski, snowboard or simply like breathe in the outdoors, our 60 parks and lakes are located mere minutes in every direction. Jump in a car and you can be in the Greens, the Whites or the shore in an hour or two.


Revolutions are familiar here in Worcester; actually, they’re our thing. Since colonial days, our little metropolis has been a center of innovation and education. We love our colorful history and take pride in our innovative past. Yes, we have a past! We embrace everything that makes our community vibrant—all the inventions of our disruptors and all their fantastic firsts, like the first reading of the Declaration of Independence, the first liquid fuel rocket and professional baseball’s first perfect game. The valentine was invented here, and the lunch car diner; the monkey wrench, candlepin bowling, and barbed wire.

With over ten world-class colleges and universities, we are a magnet for strategists, a center for the arts, technology, engineering, robotics, aerospace, medicine and science. Our talented people are putting this historic city back on the map. Newcomers, if they take the time to look, can’t help but be impressed by life in the heart of the Commonwealth; and we are proud that many of them have become our biggest cheerleaders! The presence of so many elite educational opportunities in Worcester indicate that our workforce is highly skilled and well-trained. The education and expertise of Worcester's workforce has been on the radar of businesses in the fields of health, tech, pharma, biomed, robotics, manufacturing and other professional services.

Worcester’s major developments in downtown, in biotech, high tech, cyber security and the gaming industries and in manufacturing emphasize the city’s areas of newest growth. Emerging industries like as fiber optics, electronics, and advanced ceramics are growing as well. 

And the secret, really, lies in our incredible mix of people. Like an old New England factory itself, Worcester doesn’t put on airs and pretend to be something better.  Worcester is proud of it’s blue collar roots and accentuates them with it’s earned culture and history.   

“By its nature, the metropolis provides what otherwise could be given only by traveling; namely, the strange[rs].” 
― Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities


Worcester, a city that began the industrial revolution with the Blackstone Canal and innovative manufacturing.