|Setup||1500 sq. ft. ground floor loft gallery space with street access. Separate reception area with kitchen. Private main room.|
|Furnishings||(80) folding chairs, (1) podium, (3) folding tables|
|Floor Plan||Loft/Gallery Floor Plan|
This 1,500 sq. ft. ground-floor gallery event space in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan features a main room and a reception area. With stone floors throughout the loft space, acoustic insulation, an ultra-modern restroom, decorative molding and stainless steel accents, the gallery offers an elegant rental space for all types of New York City private events.
The SoHo venue's reception area, with large windows facing the street, is 595 sq. ft. (17 ft. x 35 ft.). The reception space is connected to a small full-service kitchen and is separated from the main room by antique double doors. There is a flat screen monitor in the alcove area.
The Downtown NY art gallery's main room is 858 sq. ft. (39 ft. x 22 ft.) with a seating capacity of 80 people. The main room features a video projector, a large drop down screen and an audio/PA system.
The loft/gallery is run by a non-profit foundation that supports an aesthetic informed by science, history, and philosophy and that takes into consideration both the intellectual and intuitive responses to art. This mission guides the space's visual art exhibitions, readings, screenings, and performances, which are supplemented with research, conferences and lectures, bringing the sciences back into the arts.
Rent this unique Manhattan event space for your next NYC cocktail party, wedding reception, baby shower, conference, fundraiser, holiday party, screening, seminar or performance.
|Catering||The loft/gallery space does not offer on-site catering but allows all types of outside caterers to serve food/beverages and use its full-service kitchen and staff.|
|Restrictions||The event space is not available for art exhibitions.|
|Audio/Video||video projector, large drop down screen, audio and PA system|
|Cool Features||Stone floors, Antique Doors separating reception and main areas|
|Past Clients||University of Phoenix, Department of State, Mexican Cultural Institute|