Meeting Space Available
Updated Feb. 27, 2020
Women Grow is a Professional Networking Organization for Women in the Cannabis Industry. We are a National organization with the mission to connect, empower and educate women (and men) in the cannabis space. We produce professional development and patient education events in the Tri-State Area. All of our events are professional and NON consumption. On average we host between 75 and 125 people on a monthly basis and are looking for an event space to accommodate our community. We host events weeknight evenings with the occasional weekend brunch. If you have or know of a venue that would be open to sponsoring a venue for an upcoming Women Grow event, please contact us at [email protected] or 646-543-7747. Thank you!
GrandLo Café is a nonprofit social enterprise of Grand St. Settlement and provides job training for neighborhood youth located at 168 Broome St. The first business to open in the new Essex Crossing development, GrandLo Café offers Counter Culture Coffee in a bright, beautiful space while also making a difference in the community. Let us host your next private event! Find us online at www.grandlocafe.com or on social media @grandlocafe. To book an event or for more information about space rental and catering services, go to grandlocafe.com/catering-events.
One Spirit Learning Alliance is a non-profit educational and spiritual organization located at 247 West 36th St 6th Floor. Two meeting space/classrooms are available for rental and host webinar/distance learning. Unique and quiet classrooms are truly perfect for hosting a meeting, meditation, teaching, fundraiser, memorial or entertaining your quests. One Spirit offers all you need including tables, chairs, high speed internet, whiteboard, and one front desk receptionist to make sure that the space is always a welcoming one. The both classroom have media equipment and sound systems provide webinar are available upon request. Classroom #1 is 588 sq ft has capacity up to 74 occupants and Classoom #2 is 534 sq ft has capacity up to 50 people. There are minimum three hour rental requirement for both classrooms. The three hour rental fee is $260 for back room and $290 for the front room. The space has gender-natural bathrooms and ample kitchen/cafeteria area. The space is walking distance from Penn Station, Port Authority and Times Square, surrounded by countless hotels, restaurants, transportation opportunities New York City has to offer. For photos visit http://www.onespiritinterfaith.org/contact-us/space-rental or our Yelp Page https://www.yelp.com/biz/one-spirit-learning-alliance-space-rental-new-york-3. Please reach us for more info: (212) 931-6840 Ext. 142 or email [email protected].
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Valley Stream, N.Y. is offering a leasing arrangement to all responsible non-profit groups or organizations who need office space to conduct meetings, conferences and seminars. The 1380 square foot Naef Parish hall is conveniently located on Brooklyn Avenue in the village, right behind the HIP medical building on Sunrise Highway. It is walkable to the Valley Stream LIRR station and the downtown business district, and is also easily accessible to the major metro area airports, Manhattan and the outer boroughs by car or bus. Asking $3000 per month, with heat, electricity and cleaning services included. For further information, please contact Andrea Sabbatini during normal business hours at 516.825.2903, or by e mail at holytrinityvs[@]gmail.com.
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc. (FPWA) has a conference center available for rent that is not only spacious and accommodating but accessible from a wide list of transit hubs – N, R, W, 4, 5, J, Z, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains. At 40 Broad Street on the 5th floor, FPWA’s 2200 square foot conference center is equipped with state of the art audiovisual (high definition projectors and drop-down screens, high definition 90-inch monitors, ceiling mounted microphones and speakers, WIFI) and utilizes a flexible design to accommodate a wide range of meeting and conferencing needs – training workshops, board meetings, conferences with breakout rooms, panels and theatre-style sessions. The conference center is outfitted with food and beverage staging areas, lighting and window shade control for your convenience. Whether taking advantage of the conference center’s full capacity (125 seated) or smaller configurations, the center’s amenities needed for a successful event are at your fingertips. Please feel free to visit our website www.fpwa.org/conference-space to arrange site visits and submit inquiries.
The Markle Foundation Conference Space is located on the top floor of a landmark building in Rockefeller Center. The 2000sf space includes a large conference room and an adjacent lounge that can be set up to host to a variety of events including intimate board meetings, retreats, workshops and training sessions. A meeting coordinator can assist in planning your event. The Conference space is available for events Monday through Friday and can host up to 40 people. The conference room is equipped with large projection screen, audio conferencing, Wi-Fi, table mics ceiling speakers, electronic blackout window shades, desktop podium. White boards and easel stands are available. The lounge can be utilized for breakout sessions, a staging area for meeting materials and catering/dining set up. See our website for photos and details. For inquiries and to arrange site visits, please contact Andrei Montfort at amontfort[@]markle.org or 212.713.7613.
STILL MIND ZENDO has a unique space available at 37 West. 17th Street for meetings, classes, workshops, photo shoots, yoga. Available Monday - Friday 6AM - 5PM. $45 per hour (3 hour minimum). $300 a day. Price negotiable for long term contracts. Evening and weekend times may also be available. Please inquire. Close to all Union Sq. subway lines, the 6th, 7th and 8th Avenue lines, NJ Path trains. Space includes a 700 sq. ft. studio with two blank white walls and a 800 sq. ft. common room with sofa/chairs, kitchen and on-premises restroom. Wooden floors, natural light, air conditioning, wi-fi, elevator, secure front-door buzzer system, clothing rack and hangers. Folding tables and 30 chairs available; ADA compliant. Photographers need their own equipment. For more information contact jg2835[@]nyu.edu.
Subud New York is a Spiritual Non-Profit Organization located at 230 West on 29th. Street; New York, NY 10001. Nearby trains - 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, Q and N. Affordable, clean, and centrally located. These spaces are not handicap accessible. Bikes, skates and skateboards are not allowed in the building. We can provide a sound system, a projector, and WiFi for all rentals. Catering is not available, however, several restaurants nearby are available for catering and have done so for previous renters. Price for setup time is also regular charge. (Every group has to setup what they need within the time they have rented and must put back everything as well). For more information about the rental agreement, please contact Anwar Cabrera, Facilities Manager, at 212-563-1196 or ksubud.chelsea.center[@]gmail.com
First space: The upper hall has a mostly carpeted area of 1,845 carpeted square feet (45' x 41') and can accommodate up to 240 sitting people. The hall has an elevated stage with wooden flooring around it (1,170 Sq. feet) and a sound system. We have folding chairs and tables that can be set up for up to 240 people. The rental for this room is $325 per hour.
Second space: The downstairs hall with wooden flooring is 1,360 square feet (40' x 34') and can seat approximate 125 people. The rental fee is $200 per hour.
Café area: The café area (638 sq. feet) can work as a meeting area or to provide food and refreshments. This area can seat 50 people. The rental fee for the café if rented by itself is $100 an hour. If rented in conjunction with one or both halls, the rental fee is $75 per hour. Food and drinks are only allowed in the café area.
GrowNYC's Project Farmhouse is a state-of-the-art meeting and event space located just one block from the Union Square subway station. 3,500 square foot of flexible space can host 240 people for a cocktail party or 100 people for a seated lecture or dinner. Our conference room can seat 20 people around the table and includes video and conference calling capabilities. A list of preferred catering services can be provided to those needing food and beverage service. Available now with special rates for non-profits. Please contact Laura McDonald at lmcdonald[@]grownyc.org or visit www.projectfarmhouse.org for more information.
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah (CBST) currently offers space rentals in a beautifully designed venue; centrally located in North Chelsea. Set within the land-marked Cass-Gilbert Building, CBST offers modern, multipurpose and affordable rooms, in a variety of sizes and layouts. Rooms can accommodate a range from 10 – 300 people, and can even be combined for larger events. The Wine Family Sanctuary has internet and live streaming capability, and the Mezzanine simultaneously offers wonderful seating with optimal views. It has marvelous acoustics along with a (2016) Steinway grand piano. CBST is fully equipped with Wi-Fi and the latest sound & video equipment, certain to make every event and celebration wonderfully memorable. Recommended for staff retreats, workshops, concerts, group meetings, lectures, panel presentations, weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, theatrical productions, film screenings, Adult Ed classes, memorials, fundraisers, private events and more. Please contract Patrice Ruel at synagogue[@]cbst.org with inquiries.
Subud New York, at 230 West 29th Street in New York, seeks nonprofit and spiritually-oriented organizations who wish to rent one of two meeting spaces in mid-town Manhattan on a regular or occasional basis. Both spaces have an adjoining cafe that can work as a meeting area or to provide food and refreshments. Cafe area can seat 50 people. The rental fee for the café (if rented by itself) is $75/hour. If rented in conjunction with one or both halls, the rental fee is $50 per hour.
- The upper hall with a mostly carpeted area of 1,845 carpeted square feet (45' x 41' ) and can accommodate up to 240 sitting people. The hall has an elevated stage with wooden flooring around it and a sound system. We have folding chairs and tables that can be set up for up to 240 people. The rental for this room is $300 per hour.
- A downstairs hall with wooden flooring s 1,360 square feet (40' x 34') for approximate 125 sitting people. The rental fee is $200 per hour.
To reserve please email subud.chelsea.center[@]gmail.com.
House of the Redeemer (Fabbri Mansion) at 7 East 95th Street has unique space accommodating up to 100 guests for fundraisers and can accommodate groups of from 15-75 for meetings, workshops and seminars. Special rates for nonprofit organizations range from $630-$3,8500 depending on the group size and type of event. Contact Judi Counts at 212-289-0399 or jcounts[@]houseoftheredeemer.org. Visit www.houseoftheredeemer.org for more information and photos.
New York Open Center has short-term rental spaces available, including The Grand Room at 1,637 square feet; The Studio, 1,147 square feet; 3A, 600 square feet; and 3B and 3C at 465 square feet. These bright, airy spaces can accommodate most business, class meetings and social events. Prices range from $80 to $325 per hour. View spaces at www.opencenter.org/space-rentals. Contact Stephen Puibello at 212-219-2527, extension 167 or rentals[@]opencenter.org.
The Betty Kapetanakis Memorial Conference Room at North Star Fund is available for meetings, receptions, and workshops. Our conference room can accommodate 20 people seated at a board room-style table, or weekends or evenings up to 40 for open-room receptions and events. Access to a full-service pantry, gender-neutral and handicapped accessible bathrooms, projector, easel, flip charts, and speaker phone provided. Rates, ranging from $40-$200 for a half-day, are on a sliding scale based on the group’s annual budget as well as nonprofit/profit status. We are located at: 520 8th Avenue (between 36th and 37th streets), Room 1800. Contact North Star Fund at 212-620-9110 or room[@]northstarfund.org.