Average Base Cost: $46,000
Average base cost for an 1111 Lincoln wedding is calculated by figuring a 125–person guest list on a Saturday night using a food/beverage cost of $150/pp. Transportation to venue, entertainment, decorations, additional rentals, valet, DJ, and photography are not included. Average price includes gratuity and state sales tax. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: $20,000 + 6.7% taxes and a $3,000 refundable security deposit.
*For 24 hours from load-in through load-out
- Pressure wash of spaces before the event
- Removal of the bumpers
- Engineer onsite before and during the event
- Event manager before, during and after the event
- Ambient lighting on columns for dramatic effect
- Fee for janitorial for post cleaning and dumpster removal
- Fee for security
Food/Beverage: Catering isn’t provided, and all outside vendors are allowed. Find a list of preferred vendors here.
Space Type: Outside
Size: 25,000 square feet with room for 700 guests, seated or standing
Bridal Suite: No
Parking: Must be booked through Laz Parking.
- 5 Hours // Monday – Friday:
- 7 am-12 pm : $10
- In after 12 pm: $20 – $40
- Saturday – Sunday
- $20 – $40
Food Service Type: Your choice
How Will Grandma Get There? Miami International Airport is less than 30 minutes away from 1111 Lincoln, and Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport just an hour away. There’s a wide variety of hotels nearby from $70/night-$600+, and average approximately $200 per night on Miami Beach.
Party On! Events must end at 11 p.m. unless a special permit is obtained through the city of Miami Beach.
Important Note: Find a full list of 1111 Lincoln Road’s vendors here.
Seven stories above Lincoln Road in Miami is 1111 Lincoln, a parking structure designed by Herzog and de Meuron that functions as a space for events like fashion shows, exhibits, large cocktail receptions, and weddings. The 25,000 square-foot venue can accommodate up to 700 guests, offering panoramic views of the city in every direction. Features include high ceilings, drive-up access for load in/out, full electrical output capacity, ample lighting options, and five total elevators for guest and vendor transportation.
Woman Getting Married Says:
We have to admit when we first heard about a parking structure on Miami Beach being used for weddings way back in 2011, we thought it was a little bit crazy. But after seeing some of the gorgeous events there I have to say that it’s definitely a unique option for couples looking for something completely out of the box (or the building. LOL). While I think this venue might be better geared towards corporate events considering the high venue rental price, if you have the budget and a big guest list (and really want to WOW guests), this could definitely be for you. Note: Keep in mind that although the venue is covered, rain/weather can be an issue. You’ll want to talk with the venue and/or your wedding planner to see what your options might be.