The Liberty Warehouse

260 Conover St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(347) 987-3121
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Average Base Cost: $47,000

Average base cost for a wedding at The Liberty Warehouse is calculated by figuring a 175person guest list (their Saturday minimum) using an average cost of $200/pp and a ceremony fee of $1,500Transportation to venue, entertainment, decorations, additional rentals, DJ, and photography are not included. Average price includes 20% service fee and state sales tax (gratuity is optional). Price is rounded to the nearest thousand.

*Prices subject to change

 

 

How it breaks down:

Facility Rental Fee: There is no specific venue rental fee (the ceremony fee below is optional), however you will be paying the venue for food/beverage with a minimum size requirement of 150 guests for a Friday or Sunday and a minimum of 175 guests on Saturdays.

Food/Beverage: All food/beverage must be supplied by The Liberty Warehouse (except for kosher and ethnic Indian catering by their approved outside vendors). In-season prices start at $185.00/pp, and average between $200/pp-$250/pp*. Pricing includes food, premium brands of liquor, and services package (valet parking & washroom attendants).

*NOTE: Off-season events(January, February, and March) have more flexibility in terms of minimum guest count. The per person rates are also lower, typically around $165.00pp to $200.00/pp.

Photo by Tanya Salazar

Photo by Tanya Salazar

 

What’s Included: All tables (round), chairs, linens, china, glassware and flatware are included at no additional charge.

Optional Extras: 

  • Onsite ceremony fee is $1500.00 (includes white garden chairs)
  • Average cake fee is $10.00pp if The Liberty Warehouse supplies (not mandatory)

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More Stats:

Space Type: Inside/Outside

Size: The Liberty Warehouse can accommodate up to 400 guests for a sit-down dinner and 1500 for cocktails, passed hors d’oeuvres, and stations.

Bridal Area: Yes

Photo by Viva Violeta Photography

Photo by Viva Violeta Photography

Parking: Yes. There is covered valet.

Food Service Type: Your choice

Photo by Viva Violeta Photography

Photo by Viva Violeta Photography

How Will Grandma Get There? The Liberty Warehouse is located in the Red Hook area of Brooklyn, which can feel a bit out of the way for some guests (though not impossible). Since it can be a pain taking a subway there, guests can stay nearby in the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott or stay in the city. I would suggest a shuttle or Uber for both options!

Photo by Sara Wight Photography

Photo by Sara Wight Photography

Party On! There is no hard cut-off time for events. However, the prices quoted above are generally for a 5-hour rental period without a ceremony, and 6 hours with.

The Report:

Constructed in the pre-Civil War 1850’s, The Liberty Warehouse is located on Pier 41 in the historic shipping yards of Red Hook, Brooklyn. With views of the New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and the Verrazano Bridge, the renovated Liberty Warehouse is the only location in New York where you see the Statue of Liberty facing front, looking towards France. With 15,000 sq. feet, the Liberty Warehouse features two large event rooms (the Harbor Room and Governors Room) with large windows facing due west (for sunset views) and two smaller rooms (the Bridge Room) for indoor ceremonies, small events, or cocktails. There is also a wood-burning fireplace in every event room. The in-house catering team is under the supervision of the Water Club and River Café.

Photo by Anthony Vazquez

Photo by Anthony Vazquez

Woman Getting Married Says:

If you have a large guest list and are looking for a unique venue close to the city, this might be perfect for you. Given the 175-person Saturday night minimum this is not going to be the spot for a intimate wedding. However ,with space being at a premium in the city, it’s great to have this kind of option for those of you brides with a big family! While I think you’ll be closer to the $250/pp range (as opposed to the $200/pp I calculated the average base cost with), the price is definitely not out of whack with other comparable venues considering there is no additional facility fee (aside from the ceremony cost) and all that’s included (such as valet and attendants). Also, keep in mind the base cost quoted above is for 175 guests rather than the 125 I normally base it on. In terms of food/beverage while I’m not normally a fan of in-house caterers, the food at this venue has gotten great reviews, so you’ll most likely be in good hands. All in all I’m definitely a fan.

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Our Rating

9 Amenities/What’s Included

9 Convenient for Grandma

10 Layout

8 Location

9 Overall Charm

8 Venue Value

WGM Rating

1 Comment

  • A says:

    FYI Updated pricing for this venue is $230-275pp for peak season and Jan-March is $185-225pp

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