Amazing Spaces For Your Post-Covid Event
Over generations, New York City has attracted throngs of artists, pioneers and ambitious free thinkers. The energy of the city is undeniable, it vibrates with a resonance felt nowhere else on Earth. The city’s distinctive essence is manifested in its people, buildings and monuments – unique, glamorous and spirited.
This centuries old heritage is what has inspired empires to be built, over-the-top events to splash out onto its streets and a skyline of landmarks that defines physics itself. Yet- for the first time in its history, the COVID-19 crisis brought the capital of capitalism to a grinding halt. Lights were dimmed, shutters closed and the streets became uncanny with silent emptiness. For months this has been the case, but it is finally nearing its end – and New York will celebrate… in the way only New York and its citizens know how, with grand panache.
All over the city there will be events, parties, dinner and celebrations, welcoming the old NYC back to its beautiful, chaotic, state. For those of you already planning, we have prepared a list of the most ‘New York’ venues to host your gatherings; book soon and start inviting!
The Liberty Warehouse – Red Hook, Brooklyn
It is hard to beat sunset views of the New York Harbour and Statue of Liberty, and with 15,000 square feet of space ready for a 400-person sit-down dinner or cocktails for 1,200 of your closest friends, you can’t go wrong.
Collective Governors Island – New York City
Take an eight-minute private water taxi ride out of Manhattan or Brooklyn to enjoy a unique rustic indoor or outdoor setting surrounded by lush greens on historic Governors Island.
The Beekman – Financial District, Manhattan
With stylish décor that harkens back to The Great Gatsby, this lavish space in the centre of Manhattan is an architectural gem built in 1881 as one of the city’s first skyscrapers.
The Rainbow Room – Rockefeller Center
We would be remiss if we didn’t include this iconic destination on our list. One of the highest private event spaces in New York City it was built by Rockefeller himself and has hosted royalty and movie stars since it opening in 1934.
The Jane Hotel – Greenwich Village
This hotel has a fascinating history and a beautifully restored vintage feel, complete with views of the Hudson River. Interesting fact: Titanic survivors stayed here until the end of the inquiry into the ship’s sinking in 1912.
230 Fifth Rooftop Bar – Flatiron District, Manhattan
Create an intimate atmosphere for 30-1,200 guests while enjoying rooftop gardens on warm evenings and transparent, heated igloos in the winter all while taking in the spectacular skyline views.
Gotham Hall – Midtown Manhattan
From the filigree brass doors to the inlaid marble floor, opulence is apparent everywhere in Gotham Hall’s five private event spaces. The main hall even includes a 70-foot ceiling with an ornate stained glass skylight.
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