The Queens Supreme Courthouse, built in 1936, is located on a block bounded by Sutphin Boulevard, 89th Avenue, 148th Street, and 88th Avenue. It currently houses the Supreme Court, Surrogate Court, and County Clerk.
The building was designed in a neoclassical style with Alabama limestone facade. While the recessed entrance is marked by a Corinthian colonnade, the rest of the building is modern in style, with sheer walls and no window trim. The Courthouse is a designed New York City landmark.
The second floor hall measures 8,051 square feet and is availble for approved functions accomodating 400 standing or 200 seated guests. The vestibule and lobby walls are faced in different colored marbles and a grand double stairscase leads to the event space.
|Permitted Uses||Performance, Rehearsal, Special Event, Class, Audition, Photo Shoot, Video/Film Shoot, Screening, Reading, Meeting, Studio Art, Exhibition|
|Disciplines||Dance, Music, Theatre, Film, Visual Art|
|Restrictions On Use||Please refer to our rental brochure on this listing or contact us directly for more details about restrictions. http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/business/eventspacerentals.shtml|
|How To Book||
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This space was last updated on Friday, February 06, 2015 at 10:47AM