Exterior photo of Meeting House

Historic Properties

Middlesex Community College historic properties provide elegant settings for corporate meetings, conferences, retreats, receptions and dinners, as well as funeral receptions, showers, small weddings and other social events.

Click on the properties below for further information and images.

Nesmith House

The John Nesmith House reflects the splendor of an era when Lowell was home to some of America's first captains of industry. The house features period furnishings throughout and has been updated with central heat, air conditioning and a full professional kitchen.

Middlesx Meetinghouse

The Middlesex Meetinghouse is a beautifully renovated historic home near MCC's Bedford Campus. Its white clapboard exterior has been preserved, while the interior was totally updated. The house features a professional kitchen, meeting-rooms, two bedrooms, two parlors and a dining room, as well as spacious porches.

Federal Building

The Federal Building, a handsome, historic building situated directly across from MCC's main City building, was totally renovated and restored to its original elegance. The impressive structure now houses the Lowell campus library, classrooms, a stunning visual arts room and a community Assembly Room.

To schedule an event at The John Nesmith House or The Middlesex Meetinghouse, contact Maureen Spinney, MCC Director of Historic Properties, at 978-458-3722 or e-mail: spinneym@middlesex.mass.edu;
To schedule an event at The Federal Building, contact Jennyfer Molina-Cruz, Lowell Campus Manager's Office, at 978-656-3361 or e-mail: molinaj@middlesex.mass.edu. For assistance with Catering Services, contact Maureen Spinney at (978) 458-3722.

 

Last Modified: 2/10/21