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An iconic, exceptional and unique event venue, located in the heart of Chelsea. This luxurious event space was established exclusively for private, social events, weddings, product launches, corporate events, art exhibits, Bar Mitzvahs, Bat Mitzvahs, fundraisers, charities, private concerts, fashion shows, international conferences, corporate meetings, birthdays, Quinceaneras & Sweet 16, awards ceremonies and press events. Its interior is a modern, luxurious white canvas with ample space to design any type of event environment. The Skylight Room boasts a 24-foot-high ceiling surrounded by 270 degree projection mapping. This is an event designer’s dream. This space can accommodate from 1 – 350 guests and is fully equipped with a full warm-up catering kitchen, audiovisual equipment, and is fully ADA accessible and compliant with all commercial permits.
Security: Security is required at all events. In order to maintain adequate security measures due to the size and/or nature of the Event, a third party company will be hired to provide security for the Event. Client will bear the total cost for such security services. Exclusive Rentals: The Venue requires that all Clients place their party rental order(s) exclusively with Something Different Party Rental. This may be coordinated by the Client, the Client’s caterer, the Client’s event producer/planner and/or through the Venue. Alcoholic Beverages: Any and all alcohol services must be provided by Venue. In accordance with the relevant liquor laws and regulations, no outside alcoholic beverages may be brought into the Event or Facilities without written approval from the Venue. All guests must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcohol and IDs may be checked by Venue staff. Insurance: Upon the request of Venue, Client and Client vendors shall procure and maintain at its own expense, policies of insurance, in such amounts, upon such terms and with such responsible insurance companies as shall be satisfactory to Venue including comprehensive general liability coverage (with a specific endorsement acknowledging the insuring of the contractual liabilities assumed by Client under this Section) and such worker’s compensation, employer’s liability coverage as may be required by Venue. Certificates of insurance of each such policy shall be delivered to Venue at fourteen (14) days prior to the Event Date. Each such policy shall name additional insured entities listed in Exhibit D. Such insurance shall be considered primary of any similar insurance carried by any of the parties. Building Modifications: Client may not hold Venue liable, as Venue assumes no responsibility for any building conditions or occurrences, such as the condition and or changing of the building façade, construction, scaffolding, renovation, fire alarms, drills, announcements, noise, building maintenance issues, etc. In the event that landlord will submit a notice of change, Venue will notify client within 7 business days. Event Facade Decor: Client must receive prior written approval from the landlord for any objects or design element that will be placed outside or on the building façade during the event, including but not limited to windows/doors/lighting fixtures/sidewalk/walls. The Venue will coordinate between the Client and the building management for such approval. The Client must submit a design or rendering with written description of décor plans for outside of the Venue, to the Venue, at least fourteen (14) days prior to the Event. Venue will confirm with Client if the request has been approved by landlord. If permission is not granted, and/or submitted less than fourteen (14) days prior to the Event Date, Client may not install any décor element(s) outside of the Venue, without written approval. If Client does install a décor element outside of the Venue without proper approval, the Venue and the landlord has the right to ask the Client to remove all décor elements, including signage from outside of the Venue. A request and submittal of décor plans is not a guarantee of approval, and in some cases may need NYC approval. Venue Facilities: Client shall not make any alteration, addition or improvement on or to the Facilities without the prior written consent of Venue. All of Client’s displays and decorations shall not deface, damage, or be affixed to any fixtures, structures, or appurtenances of the Facilities, and Client shall be liable for the cost of any fines or damages arising out of such use by Client of such displays and decorations. Flammable Materials: At all times, the Venue and the Facilities must remain in compliance with the flame proofing regulations of the City of New York. Client shall not bring into the Facilities any object that contains kerosene, gasoline, explosive material, corrosive material, material capable of emitting toxic fumes, or other inflammable or combustible fluid chemical, substitute or material. In accordance to FDNY code # FC308.3, There should be no open flames allowed at the Venue, this includes, but is not limited, to candles and catering equipment, (excluding sternos, smart candles & where necessary for ceremonial or religious purposes). There may not be any smoke or vapor producing equipment brought into the Venue, this includes, but is not limited to, smoke machines and fog machines. In the event that Client desires to use any decorations of a combustible nature, Client must provide notarized affidavits of flame proofing, and obtain the prior written approval of the Venue and landlord, which may be withheld for any reason. Wall Hanging Procedures: When using adhesive hanging products, such as tape, command strips, etc. the client or client’s vendors must first place painters tape. Any invasive type of hanging procedure, such as using nails or screws, must be approved by the venue prior to the event (with an additional charge) LANDLORD RULES The sidewalks, entrances, passages, courts, elevators, stairways, or halls of Building shall not be obstructed by Client, nor any of Client’s agents, contractors, employees or invitees or used for any purpose other than ingress and egress to and from the Building. Nothing shall be thrown out of doors, windows or down passages of the Building. Doors that admit air or light into halls shall not be obstructed. Client shall not permit its agents, contractors, employees or invitees to assemble, congregate or form a line impeding the flow of pedestrian traffic outside of the Building. Client shall not allow nudity or semi-nudity to be displayed in or near the Building for viewing by the general public or by other occupants of the Building. Client shall not permit its employees or third-party vendors to loiter or congregate in any public portions or other floors of the Building, other than the Exclusive Use Areas, including any public portion or other floors of the Building, public hallways, the Building’s entrances, lobbies or staircases. No obstruction of the fire exits is permitted, nor are items permitted to be hung from either sprinkler pipes or water pipes in any area of the Building. Movement of goods in or out of the Building shall only be made through entrances and elevators designed for that purpose. No hand trucks, carts, etc. shall be used in the Building unless equipped with rubber tires and side guards. No projections shall be attached to the outside walls of the Building. The water and wash closets and other plumbing fixtures shall not be used for any purposes other than those for which they were constructed, and no rubbish, rags or other substances shall be thrown therein. All damage resulting from any misuse of the fixtures shall be borne by Client who, or whose agents, contractors, employees or invitees shall have caused the same. Neither Client, nor any of Client’s agents, contractors, employees or invitees shall mark, paint, drill into, or in any way deface any part of the Building. No boring, cutting, or stringing of wires shall be permitted, except with the prior written consent of Venue and as Venue may direct. Client shall not apply adhesive, lay linoleum, or other similar floor covering, so that the same shall come in direct contact with the floor or walls of the Building without prior written consent of Venue. The Building is a tenant occupied building and although music and/or performances are allowed in the Building, the sound level is subject to review by Venue. Any daytime music and/or performances must be pre-approved by an Venue manager. Client shall not allow its musical performances (which shall include amplified sound) to interfere with the tenants and other occupants of the Building. Client shall grant Venue the right, at its sole discretion, to restrict sound levels at any time. Neither Client, nor any of Client’s agents, contractors, employees, guests or invitees shall at any time bring or keep upon the Building any flammable, combustible or explosive fluid, chemical or substance, or allow any unusual or objectionable odors to be produced upon the Building, or permit animals or birds to be brought or kept in the Building. No heavy machine may be operated in the Building without the written consent of Venue. Machinery shall be placed in approved settings to absorb or prevent any noise or annoyance. Canvassing, soliciting and peddling in the Venue is prohibited and Client shall cooperate to prevent the same. No props, equipment or materials of any kind may be transported in any elevator of the Building without written consent. If draperies or any materials, including dried grasses, plants, leaves, etc., that are apt to be considered a fire hazard by the New York City Fire Department are being used for decoration in the building, a certificate stating that such materials have been treated with fired retardant must be registered with Venue management office prior to their installation. No confetti, glitter, sparkles, rice or any other small decorative materials are allowed in or at the Building. Confetti and glitter may be used upon receipt of written approval by Venue. Due to the Smoke Free Act, the Building is a smoke-free building.
Guests may cancel their Booking until 30 days before the event start time and will receive a full refund (including all Fees) of their Booking Price. Guests may cancel their Booking between 30 days and 7 days before the event start time and receive a 50% refund (excluding Fees) of their Booking Price. Cancellations submitted less than 7 days before the Event start time are not refundable. Learn more
Dimitri M. booked an event for 130 people
Can’t recommend this space highly enough! What made the experience especially good was Isabelle and the support team. SHE is great :)