Established business? Just starting out? We can help.
"When you have a business here it's easy to reach out and make connections with other companies. That's what people respond to when they read Made in Lowell; we're more than a business center, we're a community working together."
- Lydia Blanchard, Founder, Sweet Lydia's
Whether you run an existing business or are thinking of branching out on your own, the City of Lowell has an abundance of resources available to help you and your business. Visit our municipal site for specific tax incentives and loan programs available to local business owners.
Our team is here to help you every step of the way. We’ll help you with everything from navigating the business permitting and licensing process to connecting you with the local resources you’ll need for long-term growth. The City also works to develop and maintain a diverse business to business network. If you need it, chances are you can find it in Lowell. Encouraging business owners to seek out goods and services locally promotes collaboration while further strengthening the local economy.
Where you decide to locate your business can play a crucial role in its success. Your space needs to be functional while communicating a clear message to your customers. A leader in urban re-development, Lowell offers a variety of commercial space options to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for a Downtown storefront, renovated mill space or modern high-rise, you’ll find it in Lowell. And we’ll help match you with the right location for your business. Fill-out our online information form to receive a personalized list of available properties.
Selling or Leasing Space?
We would like your help in updating our database to reflect the most current information regarding the status of available commercial and industrial properties in the City of Lowell. Please fill out our on-line form with your property's information, or you can also send a recent copy of your listing sheet by contacting the City's Office of Economic Development.
To learn more about what Lowell can offer you and your business, contact the City's Office of Economic Development.
Career Center of Lowell
Cultural Officeof Lowell (COOL)
Entrepreneurship For All
Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce
Greater Lowell Workforce Investment Board
Lowell Development & Financial Corporation
Massachusetts Office of Business Development
Mass Growth Capital Corporation
Massachusetts Small Business Development Center
Merrimack Valley Small Business Center
Merrimack Valley Venture Forum
Middlesex Community College
Northeast Legal Aid
PTAC (Procurement Technical Assistance Centers)
SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives)
Operational Services Department
U.S. Small Business AdministrationWelcome Business Guide.pdf