632 Hudson Street,
New York, NY 10014
View their website
Average Base Cost: $42,000
Our average base cost for a 632 on Hudson wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list on a Saturday evening in-season using the Triplex with a food/beverage catering price of $180/pp using the Premium Open bar option for 5 hours. Entertainment, flowers, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are not included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax included.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: There are two available areas to rent. The Triplex (floors 3-5) and The Speakeasy (the basement bar and lounge). The pricing for both is below (note that they can also be combined):
Standard Triplex Rental Fees (for a 12-hour rental from set-up to clean-up):
- Saturdays (Off Season) $10,000
- Saturdays (In Season; May, June, September & October) $12,000
- Fridays & Sundays $9,000
- Monday – Thursday $8,000
Need wedding planning help? Our wedding e-book will teach you everything you need to know!
- State-of-the-art sound system throughout
- Wireless Internet access
- 50-inch plasma monitor
- Two working fireplaces
- Central air conditioning
- 1000 sq. ft. kitchen/dining area with 12 ft. trestle table & marble-topped island
- Professional six burner stove with two ovens and grill
- Refrigerator & dishwasher in kitchen
- Full service Art Deco bar with additional refrigerator and dishwasher
- Planted roof Garden with gazebo made from old New York City water tank
- Dance floor
- Atrium with 40 ft. ceiling appropriate for ceremony
- 3 Restrooms
- All furniture currently in the property
The Speakeasy Fees (for a 10-hour rental from set-up to clean-up)*:
• Elevator Access
• Sound system and microphone
• Central air conditioning
• Access to basement prep kitchen with two convection ovens, refrigeration unit and sink
• Fully furnished with lounge furniture and seating for 8 or more
• 2 Restrooms (handicap access)
Extras: Additional $45/hour for security guard (per 75 guests)
Vendors: Outside vendors are allowed except for catering which must be provided by preferred vendors such as Abigail Kirsch Catering and Pinch Food Design. Alcohol is through the venue, pricing for which is below:
- Full Service Beer and Wine Open Bar: $20 per person for the first two hours & $10 per person for each additional hour
- Full Service Standard Open Bar: $25 per person for the first two hours & $10 per person for each additional hour
- Full Service Premium Open Bar: $35 per person for the first two hours & $15 per person for each additional hour
Space Type: Inside/Outside (wedding must take place inside/however)
Size: Up to 150 guests in the Triplex for cocktail-style parties and 50 in the Speakeasy
Bridal Suite: There are rooms within the venue that can be used as one
Parking: There is street parking in the area as well as several garages nearby. Otherwise, valet is recommended
How Will Grandma Get There? 632 on Hudson is located near the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, so guests could stay anywhere on the West Side such as the nearby Hotel Indigo or Soho House NY in the Meatpacking District.
Party On! Events can go until midnight
632 on Hudson is a West Village townhouse venue featuring two distinct venue spaces and vibes. The Triplex is meant to feel like a luxe private townhome, with details such as an Italian Renaissance ceiling mural and skylights, a 40-foot atrium surrounded by a grand staircase leading to a 1,000 sq. ft. planted roof garden with a gazebo and fountain created out of an old water tank. The townhome also features a large Edwardian style kitchen, a library as well as Art Deco lounge with vintage bar and fish tank. The Speakeasy is their newest space and is modeled after an authentic 1920’s bar and designed to be reminiscent of a prohibition era “speakeasy.” You can see the building’s layout here. Fun fact: This is where the 10th season of The Real World was filmed.
Woman Getting Married Says:
I wish this venue would update more of their photos on their website because truly, it’s awesome and hard to capture all of these amazing details on film. It’s the NYC townhome I always wished I had (but for some reason nobody ever gave me $22 million to buy!) and is the PERFECT venue for an intimate, unique, and downright gorgeous wedding. While you can do a plated dinner here for a small group I think it would be much more fun to do a cocktail-style reception with food lined up family-style in that kitchen and tables arranged throughout in nooks and crannies. For the ceremony you could get married on the 3rd floor with guests looking down from the stairs and the 4th floor (with guests who need to be seated positioned in several chairs around you along with your wedding party). While the alcohol here is pricey, you really need little more than flowers and candles when it comes to decor, which will ultimately save you quite a bit. I would also highly consider getting married here in off-season (how cozy would this be in the fall or winter?) and would aim for a wedding guest list under 125 (I think 80 would be the sweet-spot here). Any bigger and I worry about the space being too tight and it becoming a bit harder for older guests to circulate (even though there is an elevator, but still…stairs are never easy).
Click here to learn more about my wedding venue review process.
Discover more wedding venues here, or ask about our custom wedding venue search.