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The Foundry is a 19th-century building that has been restored to showcase the perfect mixture of industrial and modern details located in Long Island City, New York. This venue features open brick walls, sky roof lighting, indoor balconies on both sides, and more. The Foundry can be flexible when it comes to floor plan design and decorations and can easily accommodate a couples distinct vision. Their interior boasts 3,000 square feet of raw space and also offers couples with an outdoor courtyard, a rooftop terrace, an indoor greenhouse, a lounge space, a fully equipped industrial kitchen, and more. Outdoors, couples can take advantage of the Manhattan skyline and use it for beautiful photographs. For over 15 years, this venue has been hosting weddings and satisfying couples with their beautiful spaces, impeccable service, and unique furniture.

Facilities and Capacity
This location can easily accommodate small parties and large get-togethers. Whether you want an indoor or outdoor facility, their team of talented coordinators can assist with everything from decorating to floor design. With six event spaces to choose from, their space can accommodate a maximum of 200 wedding guests. They can assist couples with their indoor, covered outdoor, or uncovered outdoor space. Get ready rooms are also provided for relaxation and prior preparation.

Services Offered
Their professional and friendly staff has experience with hosting and planning a couples ceremony, reception, elopement, engagement party, cocktail party, and bridal shower. They will be on-site to assist with any inconveniences or issues that arise with grace. Their proficient team ensures everything from vendors to decorations is placed perfectly. Other services include:
LightingAudio equipmentChairsTablesLinensTents
The Foundry was once a factory where fine varnishes were made. After that, the building housed The Albra Metal Foundry in the early 1900s, and their logo can still be seen on the property today. In the 1970s, this space was abandoned until the Du Val family purchased it in 1980. Since then, the family has gradually renovated the space to reflect its original character while also adding an extra oomph of sophistication and beauty.

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