With its striking 45-degree sloping roof design, 601 Lexington Avenue, stands apart on the New York skyline. When it was first erected, it was one of the City’s tallest and most distinctive skyscrapers. Today, it’s home to our newest meeting and event venue which provides a level of service that’s every bit as unique as the building itself.
Getting to 601 Lexington couldn’t be more convenient. Located in the Plaza District of Midtown Manhattan (former CitiCorp Center), the venue can be accessed in-building from Lexington and 51st St Subway Station.
The venue is situated on the 14th floor and includes 12 rooms with a max room capacity of 224 attendees and plenty of breakout areas, built-in screens, projectors, and PA systems. All of which makes our space perfect for:
- Strategy Meetings
- Training Days
- Brainstorming Sessions
- Networking Events
- Corporate Galas/Parties
- Conferences and more
Whatever kind of event you have in mind, you can be assured that the quality of our food will ensure it’s a memorable one. Our award-winning chefs use the freshest seasonal ingredients to create snacks, breakfast and lunchtime dishes that are as nutritious as they are delicious.
For all these reasons, our newly opened meeting venue is already starting to earn a strong reputation for itself with feedback like this:
“I have never worked with such a responsive or organized venue before. It really made my job much easier.”
All our venues are purposefully designed and include:
- High speed Wi-Fi and seamless hybrid event connectivity
- Sound-proofed walls and ceilings
- Natural light throughout
- Vibrant colours that stimulate and inspire ideas and creativity
- Striking design and provocative art to inspire attendees
Our training venues are ‘supercharged not superficial’
All our meeting and training spaces are far more than just ‘spaces’. Unlike many meeting venues in New York and London, ours are purposely designed – often from the ground-up – to host meetings, training days and workshops. That’s why we say our venues are ‘supercharged not superficial’