Trinity Church, developer say legal entanglements have delayed project in Geneva

When Trinity Episcopal Church officials and Mark McGroarty of McGroarty Investments forged a plan to redevelop the historic South Main Street church into an inn, events center and restaurant, they projected a June or July 2018 opening.

That didn’t happen.

Three years later after the idea was hatched, the church that is struggling from dwindling membership and declining finances has yet to begin its adaptive-reuse project designed to secure its future. Legal entanglements with a group of South Main Street neighbors who maintain the development will have a detrimental effect on their picturesque neighborhood, which is home to some of the city’s most historic buildings, have resulted in a standstill.

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