2 Desbrosses St,
New York, NY 10013
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Average Base Cost: $70,000
Our average base cost for a Tribeca Rooftop wedding is calculated by figuring a 200-person guest list on a Saturday evening and a food/beverage catering price of $320/pp. Entertainment, flowers, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are not included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Sales tax is included. Venues does not add an administrative fee to the prices.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: There is no rental fee, however there are food and beverage minimums, listed below. There are two spaces available, the Tribeca Rooftop and Tribeca 360° (the Tribeca Rooftop is the main venue couples use for weddings, however, and Tribeca 360°, which is on a different floor and has its own entrance, is a separate rental).
- All food and beverage (5 hour premium open bar for weddings)
- Tables, chairs, white floor length linen, tableware, and candles
- Venue staff
- Pin spotting and stage lighting
Extras: There are several additional features which you could choose to purchase through the venue as well:
Wedding Sound Package: $1,595 includes 10-speaker sound system plus microphones for ceremonies as well as a sound technician. Speakers for an outdoor wedding ceremony would be an additional $400 as would sound for an outdoor cocktail ceremony.
Wedding Lighting Package: $1,495 including a lighting technician
Vendors: You must use Tribeca Rooftop’s food/beverage catering
Pricing schedule is as follows*:
Tribeca Rooftop (pricing is negotiable January – March):
- Friday evening with a minimum of 175 guests : $230 per person
- Saturday evening with a minimum of 200 guests: $320 per person
- Sunday with a minimum of 160 guests: $230 per person
- Friday evening with a minimum of 160 guests: $210 per person
- Saturday evening with a minimum of 200 guests: $285 per person
- Sunday twilight with a minimum of 160 guests: $210 per person
A sample menu is below:
- Passed champagne, white wine, and water
- Choice of up to 8 passed appetizers, with selections such as baby New Zealand Lamb Chops with Cilantro Chutney, Grilled Saffron Shrimp with Saffron Aioli, and Cosmopolitan Cheddar Bacon Burger with Leaf Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle and Ketchup on a Sesame Brioche Bun.
- Cocktail stations such as a Sushi Bar, Mediterranean Table, and Dim Sum Station
- Choice of either a Smoked Fish/Caviar and Martini Bar or Raw Bar and Martini Bar
- For a spring/summer wedding couples can choose their choice of one first course, with selections such as Maryland Crab Cake or Heirloom Tomato and Arugula Salad
- Choice of two entree options such as Grilled Filet Mignon or Seared Stripe Bass
- The venue will create a custom wedding cake for you as well
- Any Sunday that falls on a holiday weekend will be priced according to Saturday evening rates.
- Kosher Entrees are available at an additional $80/per entree
Space Type: Inside/Outside
Tribeca Rooftop: 320 with a dance floor, 380 without a dance floor.
Tribeca 360°: 400 with a dance floor, 500 without a dance floor.
Bridal Suite: Recently Tribeca Rooftop created a bridal suite in a separate room off the lobby, it includes a changing area, couches, bathroom, and bar area and there is a designated bridal suite at Tribeca 360°.
Parking: The venue offers valet service for $2,500. The venue also works with Quick Park garage, which is 2 blocks away,
How Will Grandma Get There? Tribeca Rooftop is located in Lower Manhattan near great hotel options such as the James Hotel and is close to a Canal Street metro stop (the 1, A, C, and E trains stop here). The venue will provide a list of recommended accommodations, along with points of contact for each hotel.
Party On! Events must stay within the 5 hour rental period and end by 1:30 a.m.
The Tribeca Rooftop is a 15,000 square foot industrial penthouse with a 65-foot long glass skylight roof that overlooks Tribeca, the Hudson River and downtown New York City (Tribeca 360° is 30,000 sq. ft). The mezzanine overlooks a cherry wood dance floor and leads to an 18,000 square foot roof deck (one of the biggest in New York City) and features lounge furniture and landscaping.
Woman Getting Married Says:
This wedding venue is a great option in NYC, and is actually a fairly cost-effective one as well considering the level of food you’re getting, venue space, and included items (the base cost is higher than most of our venues on the site because it’s for the minimum 200 guests they require vs. our usual 125). The minimum number of guests required means this won’t be an option for you smaller wedding gals, but in this space you would definitely want it since it’s so vast. Bonus? Brides RAVE about the staff and experience here. All in all I really like this venue for large weddings in Manhattan with great views!