Executive Summary

Colliers International is pleased to present the opportunity to acquire the Atlantic Union Campus located in Lancaster, Massachusetts. The classic New England campus was the home to Atlantic Union College since 1882, the oldest campus in the Seventh-day Adventist worldwide educational system. Comprised of 33 buildings totaling approximately 469,382 square feet across 135 acres, the charming campus offers a unique opportunity replete with first-class dormitory buildings (215-beds), classrooms, administrative offices, lecture halls, cafeteria, a recreation & athletic complex, library building, multiple Churches and chapels, a performing arts center, and a fine art gallery. This offering includes all furniture, fixtures and equipment of the school and represents an exceptionally unique opportunity to acquire a turn-key school campus that is superbly located and well-maintained in a single transaction.

  • Rare school campus acquisition opportunity

    Rare school campus acquisition opportunity

  • Prime location offering excellent regional access

    Prime location offering excellent regional access

  • Beautiful grounds and stately buildings offer tremendous reuse and/or redevelopment potential

    Beautiful grounds and stately buildings offer tremendous reuse and/or redevelopment potential

Several specialized athletic, musical, religious, artistic and recreational centers

administrative/classroom/lecture hall buildings

Several multi-family buildings

469,382 Square Feet
  • CORE ASSETS

    • #

    • Property Name

    • 1
    • Kilgore House
    • 2
    • Flag Brown House
    • 3
    • Chant Hall
    • 4
    • Miles Building
    • 5
    • Prescott House
    • 6
    • Chan Shun Dining Commons
    • 7
    • Preston Hall
    • 8
    • Prescott House Barn
    • 9
    • Founders Hall
    • 10
    • Jones Library
    • 11
    • College Press
    • 12
    • Science Complex
    • 13
    • Bartlett Gallery
    • 14
    • Haskell Hall
    • 15
    • Machlan Auditorium
    • 16
    • Power House
    • 17
    • W. G. Nelson Recreation Center
    • 18
    • Lenheim Hall
  • SURPLUS ASSETS

    • #

    • Property Name

    • 19
    • Hoppe House
    • 20
    • 0 Prescott Street
    • 21
    • South Hall
    • 22
    • 14 Orchard Street
    • 23
    • 69 Prescott Street
    • 24
    • 79 Prescott Street
    • 25
    • 85 Prescott Street
    • 26
    • 91 Prescott Street
    • 27
    • Maintenance Garage
    • 28
    • 0 Flag Street
    • 29
    • 0 Maple Street
    • 30
    • 10-16 Maple Street
    • 31
    • Prescott Duplex
    • 32
    • Town House 1
    • 33
    • Town House 2
    • 34
    • Kilbourne House
    • 35
    • GI 1-4
    • 36
    • GI 5-8
    • 37
    • GI 9-12
    • 38
    • GI 13-16
    • 39
    • GI 17-20
    • 40
    • College Barn
    • 41
    • Ancil House
    • 42
    • Hosmer House - B
    • 43
    • Brick 2 Family House
    • 44
    • Hosmer House - A
    • 45
    • Brown House
    • 46
    • White House
    • 47
    • Manderly House
    • 48
    • Land 28A [1]
    • 49
    • Ross Building 1 [2]
    • 50
    • Ross Building 2 [2]
    • 51
    • Ross Building 3 [2]
    • 52
    • Ross Building 4 [2]
    • 53
    • Ross Annex [2]
[1] Town of Lancaster is currently submitting proposal to purchase land

[2] P&S currently under review for Ross Buidlings

* Highlighted parcels and buildings are for marketing purposes only. Buyer to do own due diligence.

Lancaster, Massachusetts

Incorporated in 1653, Lancaster is the oldest town in Worcester County. The quaint, tree-lined College resides in the southern part of the township and spans 135 acres of rolling New England countryside. The idyllic campus features several building types including single-family homes used as apartments, dormitories with amenities, fully functional athletic and recreational facilities, numerous administrative and offices, a music auditorium, an art space, a science complex, dining commons, and several historically significant, classic buildings.

The location is less than an hour outside of Boston and a under a half-hour from regional economic hubs such as Worcester, Marlboro and Lowell. The College sits less than five miles from two major regional Interstates (495 and 190) and resides directly on Route 70, providing immediate access to neighboring towns such as Clinton to the south, Sterling to the west, Bolton to the east, and Leominster (Worcester County’s second largest city) to the northwest.