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Flexible Theater & Lounge Space in SoHo
Includes two flexible black-box theatres and a cafe/lounge. The entire facility is 9000 sq feet.
The Mainstage Theatre is a 2,200 sq ft. flexible black-box theatre with a sprung wood floor which measures 46' x 46'. It can seat up to 150 (depending on the configuration of the seating platforms), and usually seats 99. The theatre has a complete lighting package including 92 dimmers and a complete sound system. Suitable for theatre, music, dance, performance, muti-media installations, readings, auditions, meetings, symposiums, presentations, conferences, parties or classes.
The Dorothy B. Williams Theatre (DOT) is a 1,100 sq ft. charming proscenium-style theatre with a 14' x 38' stage. The theatre also has the capability to transform into a flexible black box space. It has a fixed grid, a state-of-the-art lighting package including 75 dimmers and a complete sound system. The theatre has 63 seats and 8 stools. It is also suitable for readings, auditions, meetings, symposiums, conferences, presentations, or classes.
Birthplace of The Vagina Monologues, HERE has been a home to artists for over 25 years. Numerous celebrities have performed on HERE's stages including Mindy Kaling, Courtney Love, Leonardo DiCaprio, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michael Urie, Camryn Manheim, Dylan McDermott, Jimmy Simpson, Brian Selznick, Marisa Tomei.
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
Behind the Dutch Revival style façade of this historic building built in 1902 is a 3-story contemporary interior crowned with a brick glass ceiling. Natural sunlight floods the vast interior united by a soaring spiral staircase from the ground floor to the third floor.
The Carriage House has been featured in films, books, magazines and newspapers. It has hosted exclusive events, art exhibitions, weddings, fashion shows, dinners and parties.
The venue features a large reception area, 2 vast spaces, wood burning fireplace, spacious meeting room with bath en suite, chef's kitchen, powder room, 3rd floor terrace, ceiling heights up to 25', curb cut and garage entrance, making it ideal for production sets, as well as for a variety of social, corporate, and private events.
Huge Theater With Stunning Interior
This gorgeous theater has murals and intricate wall designs throughout. Very large theater with several different rooms making the shoot possibilities endless.
Premier Event & Production Space
Our premiere creative space is in the Flat Iron--Tech District. This space is open floor plan which makes it extremely effortless to convert into a production studio or great event space, you will be able to see in the visuals in the photo library. Our premiere creative space on the 18th floor with two freight elevators for production load in and 4 main elevators for guest and crew. This space also has two balconies overlooking downtown NYC.
RE:GEN:CY is the headquarters for an organization bringing together technologists and community members to collaborate on local and sustainable projects.
We have two main rooms, one white and one black, which are similar in size. There are two large skylights in each room, and they let in ample natural light throughout the day. We have moving head programmable lights for rent in the black room.
There are 2 bathrooms, one connected to each large room.
For very small events, we can let you rent the black room only for a lower cost, but this is subject to certain events. There is lightweight kitchen with sink and dishwasher and small fridge in the front white room. If you are booking on Friday or Saturday evening there is a $1250 minimum total charge. We charge double the hourly for hours after 12am.
Available to rent at additional price
- 15,000 Watt QSC sound system -a projector and screen -moving head programmable lighting -fog machine - 52 bamboo folding chairs -AV/AV tech -catering -security We have a resident DJ if you want to book him for your event: https://soundcloud.com/von-tilt and also suggestions for catering depending upon your vision.
Bohemian National Hall
For more than a century, the Bohemian National Hall has been a cultural, educational, athletic and social center for Czech and Slovak immigrants. This grand building was commissioned by the Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association (BBLA), designed in the Renaissance
revival style by architect William C. Frohne and constructed between 1895 and 1897.
In 1994, the building was designated a New York City landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. In 2001, the BBLA transferred ownership of the Bohemian National Hall to the Czech Government for a symbolic one dollar. The Czech Government agreed to completely
renovate and restore the interior of the building. The building was re-opened in October 2008 and functions as a lively multi-purpose center.
The Bohemian National Hall, open to the public, provides five different venues where events can be held: Cinema, Multifunctional Room, Grand Ballroom, Ballroom Balcony with a connecting VIP Conference Room and Rooftop Terrace.
“…step inside [Bohemian National Hall] for a postmodern surprise: a sleek white-on-white lobby emblazoned with catchphrases and quotes, multimedia screen projections, and a glassed-in art gallery.”
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Architecture and Design Center in Brooklyn
Cement floors, exposed brick, wooden beams, large skylights, natural light, work space, restaurant space, meeting space, art work, design