28 W 36th St,
New York, NY 10018
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Average Base Cost: $41,000
Our average base cost for a Gary’s Loft wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list on a Saturday evening using the Penthouse with roof space and a food/beverage catering price of $200/pp common for the area. 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.
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How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee:
- Penthouse with roof: $8,600
- Penthouse with 11th floor space: $9,400
- Penthouse with roof and 11th floor space: $10,600
- Additional charges for holiday weekends
- Access to venue space for 12 hours
- Studio manager
- Freight elevator operator
- Use of the furniture in the loft which staff will arrange
- Dance floor
- Pipe and white drape
- Garbage disposal and final clean up
- Sound system
- Available to rent are wireless microphones, amplified speakers, an lcd projector and a 52″ hi-def flat screen television
Vendors: Outside vendors are allowed
Space Type: Inside/Outside
Size: 150 is the max capacity in the penthouse. Additional guests can be accommodated on the roof or in the 11th floor studio, but these spaces are smaller and the main reception space is the penthouse.
Bridal Suite: There is not a dedicated area but the venue can arrange one depending on the space rented.
Parking: There are several garages within walking distance of the loft. Otherwise, valet is recommended
How Will Grandma Get There? The venue’s prime position in midtown Manhattan is walking distance from many hotels, including some affordable options such as the Hyatt Place, as well as more upscale hotels such as the Bryant Park Hotel.
Party On! Events can go until 2 a.m.
The main “Gary’s Loft” used for weddings is their Manhattan Penthouse, Roofdeck, and 11th floor that can be rented separately or together.The Penthouse and 11th Floor are each 4,500 sq ft with windows facing North, South and West. The Penthouse has 4 skylights, a country kitchen and a 16’ x 16’ set bathroom with an open shower and vintage claw foot bathtub. The 11th Floor has a wide plank antique Oak floor, a fireplace and mantle with built-in bookcases and a Cherry staircase that connects to the Penthouse. The Roofdeck has views of the Empire State Building is directly accessed by 2 elevators and can be used with any of the studios. You can see the floorplan for the Penthouse here.
Woman Getting Married Says:
You had me at white walls and white floors, Gary. While this doesn’t offer as much of a big open space as say, The Midtown Loft, I love the vibe here. I would go super small and intimate in this venue (under 75 people) to keep it fun and flowing. Also with that amazing light and with the brightness of the space I would also love to see a daytime wedding here!