Built in 1841, the Sirk Building housed young women who worked at the Lowell mills during the Industrial Revolution. Caleb purchased the building in 2001 and renovated the property into 46 affordable apartments and 10 commercial units while preserving the historical character of the building under the guidelines of the National Park Service. Located in downtown Lowell, the units in this building are best suited to adults. The Sirk Building is on the National Register of Historical Places. The Caleb Group provides resident service coordination to assist in linking residents to the services they need within the community. This property does not allow smoking indoors.
Residents must income qualify. This property accepts Section 8 vouchers.