Built in 1832, this stately ornate parlor was once the dining room of the Gardiner family. Their daughter Julia married President Tyler and had her wedding reception here in 1842. The massive mahogany doors, original moldings, carved white marble fireplace and gilded coffered ceiling are all original. The space has been used by numerous photographers and has been featured in several Vogue shoots and videos. Indochine, the downstairs neighbor frequently uses the space for private dinners & cocktail events for their clients. It has minimal furniture for ease in styling and is decorated with books, art & unique objects. The space is perfect for intimate parties and business functions. There are 25 folding chairs available for use as well as a new projector and screen.
Outside food & alcohol allowed. Trash should be collected and taken to the street. Insurance may be required depending on use.