Grand Ballroom, 6,000 square feet, seats 600
Where Sophistication and Innovation Merge
With the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center just blocks away, and our partner property the Manhattan Center just next door, The New Yorker is uniquely positioned to serve the needs of business travelers. Within our own doors you’ll discover 23,000 square feet of flexible space, artfully decorated with historic architectural details.
Our stunning Grand Ballroom features sparkling chandeliers suspended from 25-foot ceilings and can accommodate up to 600 people. Slightly smaller, our sleek Crystal Ballroom with its mirrored pillars and crystal chandeliers spans 3,250 square feet and can host up to 250 people. On the third floor of the hotel you’ll find the Mark C. Wilenchick Conference Center, comprised of four distinct suites, hosting between 50 and 150 guests.
For intimate events of up to 35 people, reserve the Sky Lounge on the 39th floor, where guests can take in incomparable views of the Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty.
The best events incorporate the best technology. Our partnership with Metro Multi Media brings in state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment to ensure your presentation makes an impact. A dedicated expert will be by your side to help with everything from set up to troubleshooting.
Our professional catering team supports your meeting with energizing menus that keep attendees focused. From breakfast buffets to coffee breaks to plated lunches and dinners, we will collaborate with you on an inventive and irresistible meal.