Established in 1963, Michigan Catholic Conference is the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Michigan. It also develops, coordinates and manages benefit programs that provide coverage for nearly 900 parishes throughout Michigan.
Having outgrown their offices on Capitol Avenue, MCC evaluated the possibility of expansion. They had a strong desire to remain in the downtown Lansing area. After considering all options, it was determined to design a new facility on an abandoned site.
The four-story Classic Revival building, which borrows from the Italian Renaissance Style, is state of the art. Construction is of masonry block with brick, granite and limestone veneers.
The new 53,000 square foot facility contains executive suites, offices, dining and seminary spaces, meeting rooms with video conferencing capabilities and a board room that will seat 42 people.