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Indoor Family Entertainment Center
  • $2500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Family Entertainment Center with huge arcade, 4 event rooms, laser tag, indoor bounce houses, Ballocity play structure, virtual reality, highway 66 bowling, lazer frenzy maze, and 3D Rollercoaster Simulator.
Elegant Parish - Events & Entertainment Venue
  • $875/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Built in 1897 and re-imagined in 2017. The parish is one of the most grand yet intimate spaces in NYC. The space is a newly renovated, state of the art facility in a structure over 100 years old. Perfect for events/galas, art exhibits, concerts and a plethora of other programming. The space can be tailored for every style of event’s needs. The space has 3 floors- a 2,800 sf Basement, 4,500 sf 1st floor and 1,260 sf Mezzanine boasting 60 foot ceilings. The space is accessible from multiple options of public transportation, and just 8 short blocks from central park. There is a spectacular projection system that projects on the length of a 50 ft wall that can be used for an additional charge of $2,500.
Japanese Mid-Century Cultural Center Buyout
  • $2200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
An oasis of Japanese design, elegance and tranquility in midtown Manhattan, our building offers fully equipped facilities ideal for conferences, receptions, film shoots, workshops, and other special events. Our unique rental spaces feature a 260-seat auditorium, a spacious reception room and foyer with views of a sculpture garden and waterfall, and an intimate meeting room and atrium situated on the second floor. Availability varies depending on the space. There is a cost of $90 per hour to open the building beyond normal business hours (8:30 am - 5:30 pm, M-F) in addition to rental fees. Hiring our in-house AV technician(s) is required for use of the Auditorium, at a rate of $50 per hour per tech. Unfortunately we cannot rent to private individuals, only to organizations (corporate, non-profit, government, etc.).
State-of-the-Art Auditorium
  • $1475/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Our Auditorium is equipped with state-of-the art film projectors, as well as stage lighting and sound systems. The theater, which seats 260 (distanced capacity: 20 in audience, 12 on stage), is an ideal location for a variety of events, from the corporate to the artistic. Some examples include: -Media announcements and presentations -Company meetings -Press conferences -Awards ceremonies -Lectures and panels -Private film screenings (invite-only, no tickets sold)
SOHO LOFT Unique open floor plan second floor
  • $2000/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Our second floor soho loft is a total of 10,000 sq. feet with 14 foot finished tin ceilings throughout. 12 -10 foot floor to ceiling windows on both Broadway and Mercer. The loft once housed the former Pearl River Mart home store. The loft space is sub divided with the main space approx. 7500 sq. feet and then two additional rooms that could be used for back of house or catering.
Flexible Theater & Lounge Space in SoHo
  • $500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
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 that 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 an entire sound system. Suitable for theatre, music, dance, performance, multi-media installations, readings, auditions, meetings, symposiums, presentations, conferences, parties, or classes. The Café can accommodate 50 patrons for readings, symposiums, presentations, weddings, parties, or receptions—available daily and hourly. 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, and Marisa Tomei.
Fun & Relaxing 6,000 SQ FT Space w/ Variety of Games
  • $2941/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
NOTE: Pricing differs depending on the day and time the venue is needed, please contact host via Giggster chat for a custom pricing. A 6,000 square foot hub of parlor games, art and music that strives to bring together the community. Eight regulation-sized pool tables, two ping pong tables, two foosball tables and more are surrounded by curated local art along every wall. Additionally, a performance area where bands and DJ’s perform nightly is topped off with a fourteen-foot projector. Perfect for private parties, corporate events and production shoots, and it’s right next door to the F-M-J-Z trains.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Screening spaces in New York, NY?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $150 to $2941

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About New York

New York, the big apple, home of Broadway musicals, The Stock Exchange, Ellis Island, and over 8 million people. With a city with this much to offer you get one thing for certain when you come here, a rich blend of peoples and cultures.

That’s right, between the 5 boroughs of New York nearly 800 languages are spoken from cultures and ethnicities from around the globe. Whether it’s food, native goods, or that screening space you’re hoping to nail down, you’ll find it all and more in New York.

You can expect a climate that is as rich as the city you’re staying in with New York. Warm Springs are capped off by sweltering hot Summers and cool Falls are met with frigid Winters once the snow really starts rolling in.

With the wonder of four seasons and the diversity in everything this city brings, a New York screening space is right around the corner!

Screening Space Options in New York

A public screening is a great way to draw a crowd to see a new or old film or tv show or to celebrate a special event. The trouble is, putting one together isn’t necessarily an easy thing to do. Especially if you’re new at it. That’s when it’s a good idea to look into what services are available to provide the accommodations you need and make the screening a success. Luckily, you’ll find everything you need and more in a city like New York.

  • Event Planner
    Big events like these have a lot of little details to manage. With the guest list, the venue, and the food, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the logistics alone, much less doing all the legwork to make it happen. That’s when it’s a good idea to call in a professional event planner to help set things right. Whether you just need a hand getting everything organized, or you’re looking for turnkey service, you’ll find an event planner that is willing to oblige.

  • Caterer
    At any big event, one of the key elements is food. If you’re not a trained chef, then chances are you’re not prepared to properly feed an army of people. If that is the case, bring in a professional caterer to handle all the food choices to keep everyone full and happy during the screening.

  • Photographer
    An event like a screening doesn’t happen all the time, particularly if it’s for a new film or a pet project. That’s why capturing the moment and having some memories of the event are important. The best way to do this the right way is by hiring an event photographer who has the eye and the timing to catch all the great moments that are good for both promotion and memory making.

Screening Space Companies in New York

A New York screening space is bound to have some exciting elements. To make it the best it can be, call on the experts in NYC.

  • Event Planner NY
    When you want everything to go as smoothly as possible, it’s sometimes best to leave the details to the professionals while you focus on other things. Event Planner NY is just the company you need for your screening. Once you’ve found the perfect screening space, you can leave it up to Naomi Cohen and team to plan out your entire event and help you set things up just the way you want them. Branding and marketing. pictorial composition, and A/V production and presentation are just a few of their talents.

  • Epic Catering and Events
    Food and special events often go hand in hand. That’s why when you’re planning your screening you don’t want to forget to keep everyone fed. Epic Catering and Events bring delicious fresh food right to you to feed as many as you want. With a combined 50+ years of experience, this team has covered corporate events, private parties and more. CNN, Goldman Sachs and Radio City Music Hall are just a few of their clients.

  • Dagomatic Photography NYC
    Events like these are made for special moments to happen. That’s where Dagomatic Photography comes in. Since 2010, Dag Bennstrom has been photographing events. From branding photography to portraits to NYC street photography and beyond, Dag has an impressive portfolio. With a keen eye and excellent timing, you’ll be left with shots that will become memories for a lifetime.

Pros and Cons of Screening Spaces in New York

As a city with a ton of history and culture, New York has a ton of great things for residents and visitors alike to enjoy about it. The iconic buildings, the Broadway musicals, and the history of independence and immigration that all come together in one city are something that everyone can be proud of. With all that New York is, there are some things people don’t like as well. Here are the pros and cons of living in New York


  • The parks
    If you love the outdoors, then you’ll love the parks in New York. Not only is there plenty of greenery, but there are always other attractions nearby. You’ll likely be able to get your nature fix and your entertainment fix all in one place.

  • Nightlife
    If you’re one who loves to go out, then you’ll find no end of places to go in New York. The city that never sleeps lives up to its name with all the different clubs, bars, and venues that are open to explore and dance the night away.

  • Food choices
    Planning to hire catering for your screening space? Because of its rich cultural history, New York has some of the best food around. From the often seen hotdog vendors to little sole proprietor shops with every kind of food you can imagine, you’ll never go hungry in New York.


  • Crowded city
    NYC is crowded with busy streets everywhere you turn. The large population fits into the city but sidewalks and attractions can be crowded.

  • Difficult to get around
    Whether by foot or by car, you’ll find that getting anywhere means dealing with long lines, lots of wait time, and loads of traffic. This may make keeping a schedule and getting where you need to be a hassle. Best to try and stay centrally located or rely on public transit to get places.

  • High cost of living
    Paying for basic needs, plus accommodations for things is going to set you back a bit. Best to plan for this in the budget while putting together your New York screening space.

Famous Locations in New York

  • One World Observatory
    What better way to take in New York than from nearly 1,200 feet up? You can do that at the newly constructed One World Trade Center Building’s One World Observatory. This impressive outlook offers stunning views of New York from three different floors high above the city.

  • The New York Public Library
    Rarely do you see a library make the list of attractions, but the main branch of the New York Public Library is an exception. Crafted by a pair of famous architects in the Beaux Arts style, this massive library features some collections of books and magazines that would rival anywhere in the world, not to mention a reading room that spans two whole city blocks.

  • Radio City Music Hall
    If you like a bit of history and current events, then you have to stop by Rockefeller Center and check out Radio City Music Hall. This art deco theater was the largest of its kind in 1932 and to this day still hosts some of the largest events in New York, including the Grammys and Tonys.