From Tammany Hall to Katharine Hepburn’s Brownstone: New York Venues Now for Rent via Eventup

  • In New York City, space is scarce, and party space especially. Eventup just launched with 434 venues in the city ranging from apartments in Brooklyn to Tammany Hall to Lady Gaga’s old apartment (hm, looks like that one, which was going for $12,500, got taken down). Eventup appeals to venue owners who may want to rent out their space for a day or a night when it’s convenient, much like that extra bedroom you’ve posted on Airbnb. Anyway, what really matters is that the Bryant Park Screening Room also has a pool.

    From Bob Dylan’s home to Prestigious Central Park Home to Colorful, Mod, Pop Art Spacious Condo, check out the spaces unlocked by Eventup. We’ve collected the 10 priciest here.

  • Neighborhood: UWS
    Property Type: Other
    Capacity: 50

  • Neighborhood: Chelsea
    Property Type: Studio
    Capacity: 300

  • Neighborhood: Clinton
    Property Type: Event Space
    Capacity: 50

  • Neighborhood: West Bronx
    Property Type: Other
    Capacity: 400

  • Neighborhood: Hudson Square
    Property Type: Event Space
    Capacity: 50

  • Neighborhood: Midtown East
    Property Type: Residential
    Capacity: 20

  • Neighborhood: Midtown East
    Property Type: Residential
    Capacity: 20

  • Neighborhood: Meatpacking District
    Property Type: Restaurant
    Capacity: 350

  • Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen
    Property Type: Event Space
    Capacity: 250

  • Neighborhood: Meatpacking District
    Property Type: Residential
    Capacity: 150

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