The Bronx County Courthouse is located in the South Bronx on the Grand Concourse, crossed by 161st Street. The building was designed in a Classical Revival style and constructed between 1931 and 1934.
The Veteran's Memorial Hall has a number of plaques commemorating soldiers and the wars in which they fought. It also features large murals depicting pivotal moments in the founding of the Bronx, the fight to conquer and maintain the land, and the institution of a formal legal system. The murals occupy almost all of the wall space and each figure is larger than life-size. The space is elegantly lit by two gold chandeliers.
The Bronx County Courthouse can be acessed by the large set of stairs that encircle the building. Sculptures greet visitors as they walk toward the main entryways. The Bronx County Courthouse is a designated New York City landmark.
The Veteran's Memorial Hall is located centrally on the main floor and it has doors opening to the north, south, west, and east exits. The space measures 6,045 square feet and can accommodate up to 400 standing or 200 seated guests.
|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|
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This space was last updated on Friday, February 06, 2015 at 10:48AM