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Mill & Main  |  2 Mill & Main Place, Maynard, MA 01754  |  978.243.8209

©2019 by Mill & Main.

A dynamic office redevelopment designed to foster entrepreneurship, creativity and collaboration in an inspiring setting.

 

ON-SITE AMENITIES

CONFERENCE ROOMS

Conference facilities can accommodate meetings

from 20 to 114 people.

DAY CARE

Maynard Knowledge Beginnings offers a rich learning environment for children at all stages of development.

SELF STORAGE

Iron Clad Self Storage offers various unit sizes and 24/7 access to the secure facility.

PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT

LPC's Management Team

is dedicated to creating 

a quality environment

for tenants.

FITNESS CENTER

6,000 SF state-of-the-art gym with group/personal training available.

ON-SITE
DINING

Mill & Main has partnered

with Fooda to offer a

rotation of lunch options 

at the cafeteria.

COVERED

PARKING

ZAGSTER BIKE

SHARING ACCESS

24/7 ON-SITE
SECURITY

LOCATION

Located in the heart of the Metro West's Golden Triangle, Mill & Main offers easy access from Route 128, Interstate 495, Route 2, and the Greater Boston area. 

 

Nearby MBTA commuter rail stations in South Acton and West Concord along with a direct connection to the Assabet River Rail Trail make Mill & Main appealing to urban and suburban commuters alike.

 

Maynard is surrounded by some of Boston’s most desirable and affluent north/west suburban towns including Sudbury, Stow, Weston, Hudson,  Acton and Concord.

 
 

HISTORY OF THE MILL

1847

Amory Maynard and William Knight constructed the first buildings of Assabet Woolen Mill. The textile factory produced carpets and later wool cloth used in military uniforms during the American Civil War.

1871

Town of Maynard was incorporated as an independent municipality.

1892

The clock tower was constructed by Lorenzo Maynard (son of Amory) as a gift to the town. Its four faces, each nine feet in diameter, are mechanically controlled by a small timer inside the tower. Neither the timer nor the bell mechanism has ever been electrified; custodians still climb 120 steps to wind the clock every week - 90 turns for the timer and 330 turns for the striker.

1898

The mill was purchased by American Woolen Company which modernized and expanded the facility.

1950

Textile production ends.

1953

Maynard Industries purchased the property and rented space to business and industrial tenants.

1957

Digital Equipment Corporation rented 9,000 SF in the mill complex.

1974

Digital purchased the 1.1 million SF property for its world headquarters.

1998

Compaq buys Digital for $9.6 billion. (Compaq was later acquired by Hewlett Packard)

Wellesley Management purchased the property. The mill became known as Clock Tower Place and began the transition to a multi-tenant office park.

2015

Mill & Main was purchased by Artemis Real Estate Partners and Saracen Properties, two leading real estate investment management firms.

2017

The repositioning efforts at the 50-acre property Mill & Main are completed. New ownership completed a multi-million dollar expenditure on interior and exterior capital improvements at the eight-building campus.

Click here to read a complete history of the Mill in Maynard.

 

COMMUNITY

Maynard, Massachusetts is charming New England town home to more than 10,000 residents and a diverse set of locally-owned retail business. Located in the heart of Boston’s Metro West, Maynard has a busy, walkable downtown clustered around its iconic Mill. Maynard has been recognized as one of the best places to live in the greater Boston area by Boston magazine.

 

A quarter of Maynard’s land is part of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge and the Assabet River provides numerous scenic and recreational opportunities, primarily along the newly opened Assabet River Rail Trail.