This one-of-a-kind penthouse loft space features exposed natural wood beams, an open floor plan, and 360-degree views.
Our space is perched on the top floor of Meatpacking's iconic "Little Flatiron" building, originally constructed in 1849. Whether your event is more intimate or a larger to-do, the unique floorplan allows for you to tailor the space to your needs. The building was added to the state and national registers of Historic Places in 2007 and now it's exclusively available to you.
The Lowdown Venue Setting
Bento on Hudson is a historic penthouse in the heart of Meatpacking. Our flexible, newly renovated loft functions as a premier showroom and event space. Perched on the top level of the iconic “Little Flatiron Building”, this one of a kind space features 5,000 square feet of exposed wood beams, abundant natural light and 360-degree views of the Meatpacking skyline.
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range Does this include catering fees?
Since each partner has a unique and personal vision of how their event is executed, Bento on Hudson pricing is derived from your event needs. By contacting us directly, we can offer you a rate suitable with the event you are executing.
Entire 5th Floor Buy Out (5,000 sq ft): 12hrs | 6hrs
Hudson (South 2,915 sq ft): 12hrs | 6hrs
Bento (North Side 2,220 sq ft): 12 hrs | 6hrs
Additional Insurance Is Required To Host An Event At This Venue
Capacity Seated 135 Buffet N/A Standing 250 Celebrations Hosted Here Since 2018 Venue Spaces Indoor Venue Space Only Catering Client Can Select The Caterer Of Their Choice Alcohol Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services Amenities Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite Wifi Onsite Restrooms Other Venue Features The Scene: Located at one of Manhattan’s most iconic intersections, Bento on Hudson is perched on the top level of the historic Little Flatiron Building, bringing together the old and the new in the heart of downtown New York.
Meatpacking is where culture meets technology, creating a diverse corridor that is home to Instagram, Samsung, The Whitney, Apple, The Highline, Google, Starbucks Reserve, and other leaders in experiential retail and hospitality. Design: The original 19th-century wood-beam ceiling and cast iron columns were kept in-tact while modern renovations provide brand new bathrooms and facilities. Celebration Locations Hudson: Large open space with 4 unisex bathrooms - View: Full views of Historic Meatpacking District - Max Capacity: 250 Bento: - View: Full views of Historic Meatpacking District - Max Capacity: 75 THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE ANY REPORTS AT THIS TIME. Check back again soon!