The Altman Building is proud to celebrate over 22 years of premier event services at our landmark venue in the heart of Chelsea, NYC. Established in 1896 as the carriage house for the famed B. Altman and Company department store, The Altman Building is now a versatile private event space, boasting 14,000 square feet over two floors equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual capabilities, VIP rooms, and hotel concierge amenities.
Guests are welcomed into our virtually column-free main floor, a breathtaking piece of New York history that provides limitless event production flexibility with custom hardwood floors, vaulted exposed brick ceilings, and expansive arch windows cascading with natural light. Our venue entrance is street level with original mahogany French doors allowing for seamless access.
We welcome you to host your next event at The Altman Building, where old New York charm meets modern sophistication.
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