The Brooklyn Bank is a wedding venue located in Brooklyn, New York. This event space was originally built to house the Bankers Trust Company and has been newly renovated to serve as a one-of-a-kind setting for celebrations. Its close proximity to mass transit and street parking options make getting to and from your event convenient for both you and your guests. Situated in the historic Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, the venue provides an unforgettable experience that you’ll treasure long after you’ve said “I do.”
Facilities and Capacity
The Brooklyn Bank has 4,000 square feet of space to accommodate events of varying sizes, from intimate affairs to larger gatherings up to 150. Here, couples and their loved ones can enjoy exposed bricks, high ceilings, cathedral windows, and furnished loft areas that overlook the main floor. The bank’s original safe is still intact, offering a private area to change or take a break from the crowds. Air conditioning and heating are available, and multiple ceiling fans help the air to circulate evenly throughout the building, maximizing the comfort of your guests. Dimmable chandeliers and LED lighting provide customizable lighting options to suit whatever your wedding vision may be. In addition, high-quality audio-visual facilities are at your disposal, including an Apple TV that can connect to projectors. A kitchen fully equipped with a stove, oven, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, and microwave is available and allows ample space for caterers to prep/heat food. The Brooklyn Bank is furnished with clear Chiavari chairs, round and rectangle tables, two rolling bars, and eight new comfortable couches.
Couples are able to host a variety of wedding-related events here, such as engagement parties, showers, elopements, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, and receptions. Managed by a full-service event planning company, the Brooklyn Bank ensures a memorable event that’s as seamless as possible. Couples holding their special day at this venue are also provided with the following wedding services and items: