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Magnificent loft features, raw event space, and a catalogue of modern accommodations give these one-of-a-kind industrial New York venues an urban appeal unlike any other.
Refinement and timeless elegance have long been the descriptive terms used of this quiet Brooklyn landmark since its foundation in 1916. An amenity of subtle features, like modified dimmed lights and personally controlled sound systems, provide an unmatched ambiance of sophistication and modernism. Read real brides' reviews here!
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The Liberty Warehouse
With an establishment dating back to the 1850's Civil War, this historically renovated Brooklyn landmark claims ownership to some of the New York Harbor's most expansive views. The added luxury of a bridal suite lavishly accommodates brides, and their bridal party, before a celebration spent in one of the picturesque various event spaces overlooking Pier 41. Read real brides' reviews here!
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The Green Building
6,000 square feet of renovated industrial floor space expose the venue's industrial past, while supplying chic alterations to accommodate any modern bride. A private courtyard, extended by the opening of floor-to-celling glass doors, exposed brick walls, dripping chandeliers, and rustic wooden beams are just a few design aspects that make this venue an urban sanctuary. Read real brides' reviews here!
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Elevated and uninterrupted skyline views give this 30,000-square-foot Tribeca space a venue full of versatility and design. Personalization shines through all aspects of this stylish spot, from Executive Chef Joseph Jenkins' vision of a custom gourmet menu, to the expert design aesthetic advised by professional onsite staff, ensuring individual uniqueness to every event.
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What was once a pre-WWII era warehouse is now one of New York's premiere loft event spaces. Controlled design features are enabled by the immense open floor space, while the aesthetic of an urban loft remains prevalent through the high beam ceilings, window skylights and East River views. Read real brides' reviews here!
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There's no limit to the number of setting possibilities when booking this former brick factory, now one of Brooklyn's premiere studio spaces, for your big day. No stranger to magazine photo shoots and prominent events, this rustic loft offers a diversity of settings including an outdoor courtyard and two industrial indoor spaces.