Historic Maxwell House

Situated on one of the oldest sites in Fort Lauderdale, the Maxwell Room has a long and varied history. First erected in 1925, the structure was named the Maxwell Arcade for its developer, Fred Maxwell. The Arcade was, and remains today, a premier Boom period example of classic Mediterranean Revival architecture. Since then the Mediterranean Village had housed many notable businesses, from photo shops to attorney's offices, restaurants to recording studios.

10 S. New River Drive East,

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Intimately Seats up to 75 Guests

The Maxwell Room is the perfect location for your wedding, reception, cocktail party or corporate event.