New Event Spaces, Museums, and Conference Centers 2011
Large venues opening this year in New York, Florida, and DC
New York Event Spaces 2011
►Film Society of Lincoln Center - Opening June 2011
The spring opening of Lincoln Centers' Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center is part of Lincoln's 3-phase development plan. This new space will include a cafe, two screening rooms, and a public theater.
►Museum for African Art - Opening September 2011
The Museum for African Art is on the base level of Robert AM Stern's high-end condominium on Central Park at 1280 5th Avenue. The colossal 80,000 square foot museum will house a theater, an event space, a library, a restaurant, and an education center. This new cultural center will be the first museum built on NY's historic "museum mile" since the 1959 completion of the Guggenheim (talk about breaking new ground!)
Florida Event Spaces 2011
►New World Center - Opened January 2011
The New World Center was drawn-up by renown architect Frank Gehry, who also designed America's tallest residential structure at 8 Spruce Street (Downtown Manhattan). Needless to say, the New World Center project was no small undertaking for Mr. Ghery. The venue boasts numerous spaces for events including a performance hall (with a 7,000 sq ft projection wall) 24 multi-purpose rehearsal rooms, and a 2.5 acre public park. Each room features a special architectural flair intended to invoke the "laboratory" in which music is produced.
Washington DC Event Spaces 2011
►Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel - Opening March 2011
The Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel, which is slated to open March 18th, features 300+ guest rooms, 17,345 sq ft of event space, 15 customizable meeting rooms, and a large outdoor patio. Some event spaces and hotel rooms offer panoramic views of the the city and the Potomac River.
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