|Setup||Downstairs open area: 500 sq. ft. open gallery-style room with wood floors and seating for 25-30 people
Upstairs lofted area: 400 sq. ft. with open views to downstairs area, middle island bar, and intimate seating for 10-15 people
Rooftop: 800 sq. ft. with view of The Empire state Building and Chrysler Building. Covered Gazebo with park benches, outdoor seating and tables for 20 people
- (4) 30in square tables
- (12) outdoor plastic chairs
- (2) Park benches
- (1) 9' x 12' covered gazebo
- (1) Weber Barbecue
- (1) Smoker Barbecue
- (1) love seat
- (1) 7' x 3' Bar
- (1) Vintage love seat
- (1) 5' x 3' table
- (3) wooden bar stools
- (1) Built in corner seating section with vintage television coffee table
- (1) Built in bench seat in the Princess Loft
- (1) Leather love seat
- (1) Built in 25 foot wall bench
- (2) 4' folding tables (movable)
- (1) Fully stocked kitchen
This unique venue in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn wears many hats. While the space was originally designed as a studio/art gallery, upon completion, it was evident that the location would make a perfect venue for intimate cocktail-style parties. 700 sq. ft. of outdoor, rooftop event space complement 1,300 sq. ft. of indoor space, including the second floor lofted area, and a full working kitchen (curtained off) is also available for catering purposes.
The downstairs area, with 14-foot ceilings, is 500 sq. ft. of open space with seating and viewing areas around the entire perimeter, making it perfect for small theatrical productions, intimate music performances, mingling and, of course, dancing. The 100+ inch HD theater screen is positioned against one of the downstairs walls, which also makes it perfect for movie screenings or presentations. If you choose not to use the screen, it retracts up and away -- seamlessly exposing the large studio wall.
Upstairs in the loft you have a more intimate setting. There are 4 separate seating sections for your guests to enjoy. It's low lit and very cozy. There's an open railing that allows you to view what's happening downstairs if you choose. The bar is located in the center of the upstairs area and there's even a princess-style triangular loft that has been used for musical performances as well as the occasional exchange of vows.
The open Brooklyn rooftop event space features views of Midtown Manhattan, including the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, and a 12’ x 24’ billboard. There's a covered, intimately lit Gazebo with two park benches for seating. Along the outside of the roof, there are four tables with seating for 12. The sound system plays on the roof as well, with it's own separate channel so you can vary the mood from inside to outside.
The Greenpoint, Brooklyn venue, conveniently equipped with state-of-the-art visual and audio equipment, has been used as a gallery, a small theatrical production space, for independent film screenings, live figure study sessions, and of course New York City events of all kinds. Some past events have been birthdays, social mixers, weddings, charity benefits, movie screenings, live band performances, weddings, engagement parties and video shoots.
Additional views: Kitchen
|Catering||The event space does not offer on-site catering but allows all types of insured outside caterers to serve food/beverages and use its kitchen.|
|Restrictions||2am event curfew|
|Audio/Video||State-of-the-art 5.1 surround sound HD Theater system with HD projector, and 9' x 5' projection screen. Sound is wired throughout the entire venue with speakers in both the bathroom and on the roof. Two channel capable.
- Epson LCD projector model tw700
- 9’ x 5’ HD projection screen
- Sony Playstation 3 Blu-Ray player
- Wii console
- Ipod ready connection
- Intel Mac pro
- Integra sound system with front auxiliary inputs (used for dj's with laptops)
- Rooftop views of Manhattan
- Cozy/comfortable atmosphere
- Entire interior space was designed and built by two owner/artists
- State-of-the-art entertainment system for viewing slideshow/presentations
- Playstation 3 and Wii gaming systems