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Plenty of Natural Light
From $150/hr
Plenty of Natural Light
Detroit, MI
The space is chicly furnished with mid-century modern influences and large windows that bathe the floor in natural light. A bar and kitchenette with a fridge is built into the room, which caterers and bartenders are welcome to use for hors d’oeuvres and dinner. The venue also has two get-ready suites that are perfect for day-of preparations or as staging locations. One of these is decorated with soft pink furniture, unique lighting fixtures, billowing white curtains, and well-lit vanities.
From $177/hr
Spacious and Bright Gallery in Detroit
Detroit, MI
Spacious and bright gallery with unique works of art Based in the Historic Detroit Neighborhood of Rosedale Park, this gallery is dedicated to Contemporary Art specializing in African and African-American works. As Detroit's newest art gallery and museum, we are committed to promoting artistic work that provides an engaging and explosive voice, providing our collectors with access to the hottest artists from around the globe.
From $1000/hr
Historic Theater, Jazz Cafe and rooftop nightclub
Detroit, MI
On December 9, 1928, The Wilson Theater, as it was originally named, opened with Florenz Ziegfeld’s production of “Rosalie.” Mrs. Dodge Wilson and her architect had toured the great theaters of Europe, with the intention of building a theater in downtown Detroit that would rival those of London. Subsequently, Meadow Brook Hall was designed by the very same architect and was completed less than a year after the Wilson Theater Mr. Kapp and his team from Smith, Hinchman & Grylls designed the 1701 seat theater to be built at a cost of $3 million, with luxurious, beautiful and state-of-the-art attributes and attitude. The curved wood paneled walls, silk drapes, specially designed seats and carpet, and multi-tiered lobby were opulent for the time. Dressing rooms to accommodate 100 performers and an orchestra pit for 40 musicians made the Wilson Theater a suitable rival to nearly any major performance facility in the country. Many of the original pieces such as the wood paneling, silk drapes and torchieres still hang in the theater today. The Wilson Theater logo is still present in the theater and can be seen in the iron work of the opera boxes and on the Jazz Café terrace. In 1944, Mrs. Wilson sold the theater to Henry Reichhold, who renamed the theater “Music Hall,” determined to make it a permanent home for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Broadcast capabilities were added for thousands to listen in on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour. Audiences were thrilled as the orchestra and variety pieces filled the house with talent. After being purchased by steel company executive Mervyn Gaskin in 1953, Music Hall was converted into the world’s second Cinerama theater, featuring an enormous curved screen, 3 synchronized projectors and 7 channels of stereophonic sound. To support the screen, the opera boxes were removed and the decorative details in the auditorium were all painted brown. From 1971 to 1985, Michigan Opera Theater called Music Hall home. When, in 1974 Music Hall was slated for the wrecking ball, the intervention of Detroit Renaissance, Kresge Foundation and a new board saved the theater and reinvented it as a non-profit performing arts center. In 1995, Music Hall underwent a major renovation; this time costing 6.5 million to return it to its original grandeur. The grandeur of which can be seen here, as well as at Meadow Brook Hall. Today, Music Hall stands as the last of Detroit’s remaining authentic stage theaters and the city’s premier venue for jazz, theater and dance. We introduced Aretha’s Jazz Café at Music Hall in 2006, as our newest performance space, featuring national Jazz and theater artists, as well as local talent.
From $100/hr
White and Salmon Interview Room
Detroit, MI
The space is chicly furnished with mid-century modern influences and large windows that bathe the floor in natural light. A bar and kitchenette with a fridge is built into the room, which caterers and bartenders are welcome to use for hors d’oeuvres and dinner. The venue also has two get-ready suites that are perfect for day-of preparations or as staging locations. One of these is decorated with soft pink furniture, unique lighting fixtures, billowing white curtains, and well-lit vanities.

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