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SuperHost
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (87)
  • 87
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
SuperHost
Elegant parlor rooms for shoots, docs & events
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (46)
  • 46
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • New York, NY
SuperHost
Elegant parlor rooms perfect for shoots and events
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (17)
  • 17
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • New York, NY
SuperHost
3K sqft Penthouse Duplex & Rooftop Skyline Views
  • $375/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (31)
  • 31
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brooklyn, NY
SuperHost
Private Loft Gallery in the Iconic Brooklyn Navy
  • $275/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (9)
  • 9
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Brooklyn, NY
SuperHost
Club, restaurant, bar and event space: Location 4065
  • $480/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
SuperHost
Aesthetic Coffee shop for any events in Manhattan
  • $175/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
SuperHost
Special Loft Event Space with Games & Free Bar!
  • $99/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (17)
  • 17
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Brooklyn, NY
SuperHost
Loft like location: Location 4143
  • $360/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
SuperHost
Beautiful Morningside Loft Space Available
  • $55/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY

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What people are saying about Party on Giggster

NyLeah N.
$ 2280
6 hours
60 people
a month ago
Our wedding reception at Fifth House was just what we wanted. We were 100% satisfied with all our interactions with the management during the planning. They were quick to answer all our questions. The facilities manager on site, Shah, was exceptional on the day of the reception, making sure we had everything we needed. Our guests unanimously complimented us on the choice of venue. It was the perfect size for our party of 70 guests. We would certainly recommend Fifth House to friends and family.
Danny Ka Ho P.
$ 2225
5 hours
60 people
3 months ago
This venue was absolutely perfect and exactly what we needed. It has different spaces for guests to hang out, and yet feels very intimate. All the AV equipment is ready to go. The grand piano in the main space is a very nice touch, while the tub and old/vintage television in the back room gives the space a fun and unexpected vibe. Furthermore, Diana was extremely helpful and had a very quick response time. Shay, who was onsite was extremely helpful the day of to assist us with the AV equipment. All the guests loved the space and everyone had a great time. Will definitely book again in the future!
Kristina J.
$ 1536
4 hours
30 people
9 months ago
Lori and her entire team are the absolute BEST!!! I would book with her again and again. It was an all around amazing experience—they made my night beyond special. Thank you Lori!!!
elizabeth K.
$ 1980
11 hours
5 people
2 years ago
Fantastic space, excellent communicator I received a quick response and was able to book the space at short notice
Tracy D.
$ 1000
5 hours
15 people
3 years ago
Our cast and crew loved filming in Justin's space. The vibe was exactly what we were going for. Communication was a breeze. Thanks, Justin, for allowing us to use your amazing loft.
Connor C.
$ 1000
5 hours
15 people
3 years ago
Very eccentric and charming. Loads of creative potential just with what's in the space.
Rebecca C.
$ 600
4 hours
5 people
3 years ago
This loft was perfect for our shoot - spacious, clean, and great natural lighting. Would definitely book again!
Johanna F.
$ 1620
9 hours
15 people
5 years ago
This space made our production streamlined and successful. The on-site host was incredibly communicative, helpful and proactive. The space is unique and created some great assets.
Brian K.
$ 1400
28 hours
5 people
6 years ago
The loft was fantastic—very spacious and well-appointed—and Redmond was a very accommodating host. Would certainly book again.
Christopher B.
$ 1520
15 hours
30 people
6 years ago
This was a great location centrally located in Williamsburg. Perfect place for a music video, interviews, New Orleans interior. Has a cool vibe and great aesthetic. Shauna was really great to work with.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Party venues

Do I need my own production or event insurance in New York?
Yes. All renters are required to carry Comprehensive Liability and Property Damage insurance with liability coverage of no less than $1,000,000.
What protection plans are available for bookings in New York on Giggster?
Giggster offers Damage Protection coverage that you can add to a booking at checkout. Learn more about Giggster's Damage Protection coverage.
What types of locations can I book in New York?
You can choose from 42 types! Just search for locations in New York at giggster.com, then click 'Filters' to look for something specific.
How many Party venues are available in New York?
Right now, there are 2592 Party venues available in New York.
What payment methods does Giggster accept for New York bookings?
You can pay for your booking with a credit card, or with ACH or wire transfer for bookings over $4k.
What is the cancellation policy for New York guests on Giggster?
Refund options vary, based on when the booking is canceled. Learn more about Giggster's cancellation and refund policy.
What are the cleaning and safety policies for New York locations on Giggster?
Now more than ever, your health and safety is our number one priority. We've outlined specific health and safety requirements for both hosts and guests. Learn more about Giggster's COVID-19 Health & Safety Measures.
What locations available near New York?
You'll find up to 42 different types of locations in New York. Just start a search at giggster.com and narrow things down with the 'Filter' option.
Is there an extra cost to add more attendees to my New York booking?
Yes. Pricing tiers are based on group size. For example, if you booked a space for a group of 1-5 for $30/hr, the price per person is $6/hr. Each additional person would increase the rate by $6/hr.
How much are average location rentals in New York?
Rental rates vary with the type and features of the location, but the average rate in New York is $571 per hour.
Why should I choose Giggster over other platforms offering rentals in New York?
Giggster's got your back — and we know our stuff. Our Customer Support team is knowledgeable and accessible, we offer white glove Select service to help you find the perfect location, and we're experts on the unique needs of production teams.
What is the price range for Party venues in New York, NY?
Booking prices vary with the property type, features, and rental length, but generally a 1-hour booking will be in the range of $75 to $2500.
Which Party venues are most popular in New York, NY in 2024?
How do I book a New York location on Giggster?
When you find the right venue, you can connect with the host to get additional info and work out the details. Once everything is all set, you can book and pay for the location in a couple of clicks. Learn more about booking locations.
How do I cancel a New York reservation request?
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About New York NY

There’s not much you can say about New York that hasn’t been said a million times before. This big, brassy city is home to a multicultural population of more than eight million people, and it’s also where you’ll find a host of world-famous attractions. And if you’re planning a party in New York, you won’t be surprised to know that the city that doesn’t sleep is no stranger to celebrations.

Party venues in New York are available to suit any occasion. If you’re hosting a birthday bash, intimate event, baby shower, holiday party, private event, or corporate event, you’ll find an event space to suit. You can also find party venues that help you create the perfect party atmosphere—no matter whether you’re planning an intimate gathering or a lavish celebration.

Keep reading to find out how you can make your next NYC party one to remember.

Party Options in New York NY

  • Catering
    New York is a versatile town that has something for everyone who visits, which is reflected in its cuisine too. No matter what kind of food your guests want, you will find it in New York. For casual meetings, there are classic options that every New Yorker loves such as New York-style pizza or subs to feed the whole room. For intimate gatherings, many elegant food options will also satisfy your guests.
  • Transportation
    It's not a party if your guests don't show up on time. In New York, you will find several different transportation options. From town cars and limos to yellow cab services, you'll easily find an option that can transport you and your guests to your chosen event space.
  • Equipment Rentals
    Need napkins, cups, plates, or chairs for your next event? New York has tons of great rental options that can fit the bill. They'll even find equipment that matches your party venue theme.

Party Planners in New York NY

Need someone to help you plan the perfect New York City party? Turn to these friendly folks and you can expect smooth sailing.

  • Camirekitchen Events & Consulting
    Camirekitchen Events & Consulting has been entertaining private events since 1999. Led by John Camire, they can help you plan your next event and cater the food. From hand-crafted cocktails to farm-to-table menus, they’ll pull all the stops to make your NYC party exceptional. Services they offer include event consulting, event management, and catering.
  • It’s A Party Event Planning
    It’s A Party Event Planning is a Brooklyn-based full-service event and party planning company that can deliver everything to create an unforgettable event. Services include full event design and decor, balloon art, party favors, custom stationary, candy buffets and treats, photography, holiday decor, and entertainment and games.
  • Little Miss Party Planner
    Rebranded as REV New York, this woman-owned full-service event and party planning agency goes all out. Having been featured in every publication from CNN and NBC, to BuzzFeed and The New York Post, they know how to style a party and get the word out, too. Whether it’s a private party with an intimate atmosphere, an engagement party, or a big event, the team can make sure that the colors, branding, and other decorations follow a given theme.

Pros and Cons of Parties in New York

Dead-set on a New York City party palooza? If you’re thinking of having your party in New York NY, you may want to at least consider a few of the drawbacks and the positives. Here's a list to help you do it.

Advantages

  • Venues & Attractions
    You will find a lot of beautiful party venues to choose from in the city, along with iconic attractions like Times Square and Radio City Music Hall. It also offers lots of fun activities to suit everything from a corporate event to a small private party, from an upscale private loft to a fully customizable space and everything in between.

  • Good Weather
    The spring, summer, and fall temperatures in New York are great for outdoor parties in Central Park or at a rooftop bar with views of the Hudson River.

  • Prime Location
    The location and history of NYC offer an exciting atmosphere for your birthday party, private party, or holiday-themed event.

  • Great Food
    New York City offers lots of diverse food and catering options for fine private dinner parties, bridal showers, cocktail parties, culinary events, corporate events, and weddings.

Disadvantages

  • High Prices
    Hosting a corporate event or private party in New York can be expensive. It can be challenging to find a budget-friendly venue, especially at the last minute. When renting an event space, talk to the venue manager and make sure that there are no hidden fees involved to avoid surprises.

  • Rough Winters
    While they look beautiful amid the snowy backdrop, New York parties during the winter season can take a lot of work for guests to attend.

  • Crime
    Some parts of the city are a little dangerous. In this case, try to host your private parties indoors or in a private space to avoid any untoward interruptions.

  • Traffic
    The city traffic can make transportation difficult, especially if your guests are from out of town.

Famous Party Venues in New York NY

Any venue you choose in New York NY is guaranteed to make for some good times with your guests. But what if you're looking for something to do to keep the party going even after the event? Look to these unique New York post-party locations to keep your guests entertained all night.

  • The Empire State Building
    The Empire State Building is an iconic piece of American history. The renowned structure has been featured in several movies and TV shows such as “How I Met Your Mother” and “An Affair to Remember.” Hosting a party at a venue that faces the Empire State Building is sure to get all your guests in a New York state of mind.
  • Central Park
    Central Park is a lovely piece of landscape that sits in the middle of a bustling city. As you walk through the park, you can breathe and explore without the stress of crowded sidewalks and stretches of traffic. Hosting a garden party influenced by this New York location is a fun and unique way to entertain your guests.
  • Broadway
    Broadway is the performing arts center of NYC. It is where actors across the United States hope to end up. Broadway plays and musicals are the favorite part of most NYC visits. This is why having a Broadway party in New York City is a stunning experience that your guests won’t forget. There are party venues in the city that will offer you the star treatment.
Diana Ross and Steve Rubell at Studio 54 disc jockey booth
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By Sofia Voss

Famous parties from NYC history

New York City is a social and cultural hot spot whose nightlife scene has long enthralled residents and tourists alike. But did you know the city had a law that banned dancing in its drinking establishments until 2017? New York's Cabaret Law was a remnant of the Prohibition era that made musical performances and dancing illegal without a proper license, and, of course, this license was both expensive and difficult to obtain. Fingerprinting was mandated and anyone with a police record was immediately rejected.

This law initially targeted jazz clubs in Harlem and prevented musicians like Billie Holiday and Ray Charles from legally performing in the city, and it was used by Rudy Giuliani to shut down raves in the '90s. It's astonishing that this dated law lived until its 2017 repeal, but even with the threat of fines, establishments being closed, and task forces sweeping in, New York revelers didn't let it stop the good times.

There has been much debate about when New York's nightlife was at its peak: Some might praise the contemporary scene just as quickly as others lament it. Others feel nostalgic for the '70s disco clubs or '80s mosh pits. Some might think longingly of the Roaring '20s and the days of speakeasies as the ultimate party era. Giggster takes a look at this long tradition of partying by spotlighting five iconic parties from the city's history.

John Jacob Astor dressed in costume for Bradley Martin Ball
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The Bradley-Martin Ball

The Bradley-Martin Ball is a hallmark of America's Gilded Age, a period of remarkable economic growth and widening gaps between the upper and lower classes that lasted from 1870-1900. Held on Feb. 10, 1897 at New York's old Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where today the Empire State Building stands, this costume ball is regarded as one of the most extravagant and expensive parties ever held. Hosted by Bradley and Cornelia Martin, the evening itself lasted only four hours, but the Martins spent more than $300,000—what would be between $9 million to $10 million today. Add in the small fortune each guest spent to outfit themselves in extravagant costumes and you have one expensive night for the record books.

Costumes included Marie Antoinettes, Catherine the Greats, full coats of armor, and even appropriated Indigenous outfits. According to a New York Times article from 1897, every jeweler in the city had been wiped out by the ball's patrons and many of them were wearing genuine stones from French nobility. The Bradley-Martin Ball sent waves through New York's lower class, for obvious reasons, and the ensuing criticism caused the New York Tax Authority to hike taxes for the Martins and many of their guests—quite the legacy.

Truman Capote dances with a guest at his Black and White Ball at the Plaza Hotel
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The Black and White Ball

Truman Capote was best known in the literary sphere for his short stories, novels, and foray into the world of true-crime writing. However, his impact in the social sphere can be summarized by his epic Black and White Ball at New York's Plaza Hotel. Almost 60 years have passed since the night of Nov. 28, 1966, when Capote hosted his invite-only masked ball in honor of Katharine Graham, the president of The Washington Post. Capote was so enthralled by the chance to cultivate his own guest roster that he sent his final invite list of 540 guests to The New York Times for the world to see.

One of the main reasons this event stands out is the diversity of Capote's carefully curated list. Guy Trebay writes that, "No one had ever imagined, let alone attended, a formal party with a guest list so wildly catholic that it brought into one room the poet Marianne Moore and Frank Sinatra." As indicated by the name, the ball had a strict black-and-white theme, and guests, regardless of fame, were required to wear intricate masks.

David Mancuso stands by brick wall
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The Loft

The Loft refers to 645 Broadway, the Manhattan apartment of deejay David Mancuso, who, on Feb. 14, 1970, held a party there as a last-ditch attempt to make his rent for the month. Complete with his Klipschorn speakers and obscure record collection, Mancuso sent out invitations adorned with Salvador Dalí's "The Persistence of Memory" and text reading "Love Saves the Day" to draw in a diverse group of around 100 people.

The initial party was a success, offering catharsis and emotional support to a generation that desperately needed it in an atmosphere that strayed away from the alcohol- and bass-heavy clubs of the time. The Loft continued—and still continues—to host dance parties, albeit no longer at its original location, and inspired countless DJs and the modern conception of dance music. Pitchfork's Andy Beta writes, "… whether you move to disco, house, acid, techno, trap, dubstep, or whatever new dance genres might arise—all can claim the Loft as paterfamilias."

Diana Ross and Steve Rubell at Studio 54 disc jockey booth
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The End of Modern-day Gomorrah

The name Gomorrah is an intentional biblical reference, and it refers to a city that was so full of sin that God had no choice but to wipe it from the face of the earth. For this party, however, the destruction of Gomorrah is modernized to refer to the iconic ending of New York City's famous Studio 54 nightclub. The club stood in an old TV soundstage on 54th Street in Midtown Manhattan and found its niche with the rise of disco, routinely drawing in VIPs like Andy Warhol, Cher, Bianca and Mick Jagger, and Elton John with its pro-drug, pro-sex, anything-goes atmosphere. Unfortunately, those in charge took this sentiment too far and engaged in some illegal behavior of their own, namely massive income tax evasion and selling drugs, which sent them to jail and closed the club.

Studio 54's last night, Feb. 2-3, 1980, is one for the history books, doubling as a closing party and going-away party for the soon-to-be-incarcerated owners. It featured a performance from a club regular, Diana Ross, on a moveable bridge inspired by Broadway's "Sweeney Todd" set. It's estimated 2,000 people attended the all-night party, including Richard Gere and Liza Minnelli, and the atmosphere was far more celebratory than the occasion seemingly called for at the time.

Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant join editor Tina Brown Talk Magazine Launch Party
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The launch party for Talk magazine

While magazines are by no means irrelevant today, they are increasingly distanced from the massive cultural and fiscal print empires that the 20th century saw come to fruition. The impact of computer accessibility and the internet was a nonissue to magazine moguls in 1999, when Miramax's Talk Media and Hearst Magazines chose journalist and editor Tina Brown to head their newest creation, Talk magazine. Talk most definitely started with a ban—its Aug. 2, 1999 opening night party, referred to as simply "The Party," was highly publicized and seeped with '90s excess.

Held on New York City's Liberty Island, the Statue of Liberty was no more than a backdrop for the 800 VIP guests in attendance, including Queen Latifah, Jerry Seinfeld, Madonna, and Helen Mirren. Guests could only arrive via the Liberty Island Ferry, referred to as an A-List Noah's Ark. Co-hosted by Hollywood heavyweights Harvey and Bob Weinstein, they, much like the magazine itself, were at the precipice of something big—just not something long-lasting. Talk was intended to be a general interest magazine but would become characterized by its celebrity profiles and lack of a cohesive voice during its short run; it was terminated in 2002, only three years after its promising start.