545 W 25th St,
New York, NY 10001
Average Base Cost: $41,000
Our average base cost for Glasshouses wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list on a Saturday evening using one floor and a food/beverage catering price of $200/pp. Entertainment, flowers, chairs, tables, 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: The rental fee for one floor starts at $8,500 and for two floors it starts at $12,000. Pricing is based on how many floors are rented, as well as the day of the week and time of year.
- Each floor features built-in sound and lighting systems, catering kitchen, auto blackout and sun shades and private bathrooms.
- Venue rental includes 12 hour access to the venue, of which 4 hours are for the event.
- Amenities included in the package with rental are a doorman, elevator operators, security, clean-up and trash removal.
Extras: An overtime fee will apply if the event goes past the contracted time
Vendors: Outside vendors are allowed, including catering. However beverages are purchased through the venue.
Beverage: $55++ per person for 4 hour open bar top shelf liquor.
Space Type: Inside/Outside. The 14th floor features 3,600 square feet of inside space, while the 21st floor has 3,400 square feet of inside space plus a 200 square foot terrace
Size: Each floor can hold 200 for cocktail and 150 for a sit down dinner.
Bridal Suite: Yes
Parking: Street parking is allowed on weekends and there is a parking garage across the street from the venue.
How Will Grandma Get There? The Glasshouses is located in Chelsea not far from the Highline (my fave!) and The Standard Hotel. Hotel Indigo is also a nearby option.
Party On! There is no curfew, but guests must stay within their contracted 4-hour timeframe, or pay extra for additional time.
The Glasshouses consist of two venue spaces, Glasshouse 14 and Glasshouse 21 (floors in the Chelsea Art Tower). Each venue spaces features floor-to-ceiling windows with views of lower Manhattan, Hudson River, and Upper West Side, terrazzo floors as well as access to a full catering kitchen.
Woman Getting Married Says:
I think this venue is a great option for a wedding reception. I worry about the space if you’re only renting one floor and doing both a ceremony and reception, however if your budget allows doing a ceremony on one floor and the reception on another could be a great combination. Keep in mind that the terrace space of 200 sq. feet isn’t going to allow for much except for a couple tables and a handful of people at a time. I think their beverage pricing for a full bar is also pretty reasonable for NYC, so that’s a big plus in my book as well. Plus, how can you beat those views?!