MEETING SPACE RESOURCES NYC
MEETING SPACE RESOURCES IN NYC
Non-Profit Meeting Space Available
Based mostly on a list complied by the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York:
http://www.npccny.org/spaceads.htm#mtg. Also try http://www.greatplacesdirectory.com, and http://nycpaspaces.org
Community Resource Exchange
42 Broadway, www.crenyc.org/conference_center
Four accessible conference rooms with state of the art A/V and computer work stations, fitting 8-70 people.
Fort Green Brooklyn and Manhattan, www.art-newyork.org/rehearsal-space
Office space, plus eight studios with wi-fi and pianos are available for rehearsals and meetings.
The Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace
1224 Prospect Avenue, http://www.ywindsorterrace.org/space-rental.html
Various spaces include: meeting rooms, play spaces for kids events, and outdoor space.
$45-75/hr depending on frequency of usage, A/V needs, and size of room.
Rubin Museum of Art
17th Street and 7th Avenue, http://rmanyc.org/pages/load/196
Available for intimate events, large receptions of up to 500 and seated dinners of up to 220; a stunning Spiral lobby accommodates 100, state-of-the-art theater accommodates 140.
$500 per hour, and private use of the museum after public hours starts at $5,000.
The Nuyorican Poets Café
236 East 3rd Street, http://nuyorican.org/non-profits.php
120 person -capacity space equipped with tables, chairs, and a state of the art sound system. Projector and screen available. Rotating artwork.
$200 per hour depending on technical requirements.
Center for Remembering & Sharing
123 4th Avenue, 2nd floor, http://www.crsny.org/room-rentals
Rent two yoga/dance studios, a counseling room, or the entire center. Amenities include A/C, wi-fi, and sound systems in each room, a video projection system and theatrical lighting in the large studio, and access to a small kitchen and private bathrooms.
$20/hour and up.
The New York Open Center
Madison Square Park North, www.opencenter.org/space-rentals
Bright, airy spaces can accommodate up to 140 for business, class meetings and social events. A/V equipment is available.
$80 to $300 per hour.
Taller Boricua / The Puerto Rican Workshop
Lexington Avenue between 105 and 106 Streets, http://tallerboricua.org
Available: four meeting rooms including a full 175-seat theater with on-site management and rooms that fit 30 or under.
$300 for a half-day in one of the galleries to $1,200 for the full-day multipurpose room.
Bnai Zion Foundation
Near Grand Central Station, http://bnaizion.org/index.php
Meeting rooms for meetings or performance events with Kosher catering available. 25-200 capacity spaces include a theater and a terrace.
Sadie Nash Leadership Project
Brooklyn Heights, http://sadienash.org
Daytime, weekday space available short or long term. 600 square feet, (one small and one very large room, storage) lots of windows facing north and west.
$30/hour, negotiable depending on number of hours.
The New York Academy of Medicine
Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street, http://www.nyam.org/events/plan-your-event
Facilities include a recently renovated conference level, a 500 fixed-seat theatre-style auditorium, a wood-paneled board room and several multipurpose rooms. 20 to 500 persons.
Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House and Conference Center
Staten Island, http://www.mountmanresa.org/conferenceSpace/descriptionOfSpace.html
Five conference rooms fitting up to 120 people, offering overnight accommodations and full catering on ten gorgeous acres.
Retreat/conference packages available.
Downtown Brooklyn, http://dancewave.org/rental.php
Seeking long-term renters for group meetings, classes, rehearsals and parties.
Rental price is $10-45 per hour depending on group size and needs.
The Kimmel Center at New York University
60 Washington Square South, www.nyu.edu/kimmel.center/reservable-rooms.html.
Facilities include a 320 seat banquet hall, a 420 seat state of the art auditorium and 19 conference-breakout rooms with seating capacity from 20-150. Catering available in-house.
$135 to $1,020 per 4-hour block.
African Services Committee
429 West 127th Street between Convent and Amsterdam,
Night and weekend rental space available.
One hour for $125, half day for $400 and full day for $600, plus a staffing fee of $25 per hour. Muna Hamouie at 212-222-3882, extension 101 or email@example.com.
The Association for Research and Enlightenment of New York
241 West 30th Street, http://www.edgarcaycenyc.org/index.php/about-are/room-rentals
Includes a full kitchen and dining area, conference space, break-out meeting areas, and mini-computer lab with Internet access.
$20-$50/her, $150-$350 a day.
Subud New York
230 West 29th Street, http://www.subudnewyork.org/subud_rentals.htm
Two meeting rooms to rent on an occasional or regular basis. The upper hall is approximately 4,000 square feet and has a certificate of occupancy for 313. It sports a small elevated stage. The lower hall is 1.600 square feet. Warm up kitchen and serving area available.
The Family Center
315 West 36 Street, http://www.thefamilycenter.org/contact-us/facility-rentals/
State-of-the-art facilities feature full accessibility for persons with disabilities, wireless high-speed internet, access to audiovisual equipment and teleconferencing.
The House of the Redeemer (Fabbri Mansion)
7 East 95th Street, http://www.houseoftheredeemer.org/wedding.html
Various spaces, including a library, refectory, and courtyard, with capacities of up to 100 people. Catering is available.
$250- $2,250 a day, depending on needs—reduced rates for nonprofits.
273 Bowery and other locations, http://www.universitysettlement.org/us/about/rentals/
Offering a new, accessible, state-of-the-art facilities with an array of rental options, including classrooms, conference rooms, a dance studio, gymnasium or pool, for one-time and ongoing rental. 212-475-5008.
$25 an hour and up.
The Actors Theatre Workshop
145 West 28th Street, http://actorstheatreworkshop.com/rental/index.html
Two rehearsal studios and a theater space available for short and long term rentals.
The YWCA of Brooklyn
Downtown Brooklyn, http://ywcabklyn.org/
Spaces range from Memorial Hall, which accommodates 550 to various smaller meeting rooms that accommodate from 40 to 175.
$37.50/hr, $750 for 4 hrs.
The Neighborhood Preservation Center
232 East 11th Street, http://neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org./meetRms.htm
Two meeting rooms that can combine into one that fits up to 40 people.
East End Temple
245 East 17th Street, http://www.eastendtemple.org/aboutus/facility/
An historic, newly renovated building with daytime weekday space available for meetings. Six small rooms and one large one fitting 90 people.
$300-$650 for four-hour periods.
The Support Center for Nonprofit Management
305 Seventh Avenue at 27th Street. http://supportcenteronline.org/roomrentals.php
Two rooms available, fitting up to 25 and 50 people, respectively. Equipment available to rent.
$125-$250 for a full day.
The CAI Training & Conference Center
7 large rooms; 2 small rooms, accommodating 6-120 people. A/V equipment available for extra charge. Discounts available for nonprofits.
Brooklyn Community Pride Center
Five rooms, $10-$50 per hour. Call for more information.
The Celebration of Whimsy Center
Downtown Manhattan. http://thecownyc.com
Theater, art, dance, event venue. A variety of spaces available.