To celebrate love.


Looking for the perfect place to celebrate?  The Angel Orensanz Foundation, located in the heart of the Lower East Side is ranked among the top 10 Venues in New York City for its reputation of holding such magnificent events.


The building is the oldest restored 1849 neo-gothic styled synagogue still standing in New York City. This remarkable landmark is decorated with elaborate details including an amazing gold-leaf altar. Although arts events, performances, and private events now bring it to life, it was once a structure present along with the German Reform Movement in the mid 19th Century. Today, It is best well known as the site of the 1997 wedding of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. The atmosphere is breathtaking and truly feels like an out of this world experience so ladies, be prepared to be mesmerized.


The building seats up to 300 guests on the main floor (7,000 sq ft) and the balcony (3,500 sq ft) seats an additional 200.  There is also a lower level where the Brides Room with private bathroom and the Assembly/Gallery Room is located. There are two bathrooms in the main space, balcony level and lower level. The standard rental is noontime to midnight however times do vary.



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