We are two extraordinary NYC Event Spaces, Wedding Venues and Corporate Event Locations
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Best NYC Penthouse Reception Venue
for 50 to 200 guests
- A Dazzling Penthouse Facility
- Chic, World Class, 8000 sq ft Venue
- Best 360 Views in Manhattan
- Signature Palladian Windows
- Two major Awards just won!
- Celebrating our 40th Anniversary in 2013!
Huge, Magical Loft Space
for 30 to 106 guests
- Extraordinary Private Loft Venue
- Great Option for Smaller Events
- Seats up to 106 just in the far end
- Garden Room for Brides, Small Ceremonies, & Press
- Affordable Receptions, Great Values
- Outstanding cuisine and service
The Manhattan Penthouse is not exclusively for private events! Check out the upcoming events that are made open to the public (tickets required, follow links for more information)
Monday, June 17. 2013 Radio Awards Gala
Both of our venues are perfectly designed to throw the best wedding NYC has ever seen. Our 8000 square foot Manhattan Penthouse provides a stunning backdrop of NYC skyline views, and wedding ceremonies often feature the Empire State Building shining bright in the background! The Alger House also provides an impeccable surrounding to celebrate your marriage within. NYC's West Village provides a calm and serene atmosphere that enhances everything about the experience. The Great Room provides ample space for wedding ceremonies and receptions, sit-down dinners, and of course, dancing. The Garden Room is an extra-special treat for brides, as it provides a remarkably calm venue for brides to prepare to walk down the aisle! Both venues are located inNYCand are catered by our in-house Mansions Catering
Party Lofts are very appealing to New Yorkers, and our two Reception Venues are beautiful loft spaces with lots of open room for guests to comfortably celebrate. Our loft-like venues can be set up in many ways, including for grazing parties, formal dinners, ceremonies and presentations, and lounge effects. We use banks of dimable lighting, pin spots, and candles to create drama and to highlight details and table centerpieces.
Manhattan Penthouse and Alger House are two magnificent entertainment venues for Corporate Events, Private Dinners and Receptions, and many kinds of guest functions and celebrations. They are quite different from each other and can be set up in many ways for informal and formal effects. We have years of experience helping clients design many kinds of events at our venues. Alger House is particularly suitable for very small events for as few as 25 guests, and Manhattan Penthouse works for as few as 50 during the week. Alger House is one of the best deals in town for weekday bookings. We can cater a fine dinner for twenty to thirty guests, including fine foods and wines, for less than many alternative spaces around town.
We host many daytime meetings, brainstorming sessions, workshops, Interview filmings, book signings, and Press and Publicity events. We create outstanding Continental and American Breakfasts as well as Light Lunches and more formal Buffet and Served Lunches, with Snack Breaks and Coffees and Beverages running all day. Both our locations have the quiet privacy and magical atmosphere conducive to workshops, brainstorming and breakout sessions. Some of our daytime events end with a Cocktail Reception.
Both of our venues have the comfort, quiet, easy access, high ceilings, and experienced help in setting up filming, photography, and interviews, with areas for changing and makeup and arrangements for inexpensive meals and snacks. More than that, our NYC venues have the various interesting backgrounds that are required for multiple filming set ups.
Following are some ways to economize in planning an event:
One, book a Monday or Tuesday instead of later in the week.
Two, book a date that is coming up soon.
Three, get help in saving money on music, flowers, photography, etc.
Four, ask for help in keeping costs down.
Five, book a Saturday afternoon, not evening, for very low rates.
Six, book a Friday or Sunday instead of a Saturday night.
Seven, order a bufet with a set in salad instead of a sit-down dinner.