Tribeca Rooftop Wedding Cost

The Tribeca Rooftop is located in the heart of the Tribeca neighborhood, in the lower area of Manhattan, New York. This is an industrial penthouse with a surface of 15,000 square feet and a 65-foot-long skylight roof. It offers a breathtaking panoramic view over the New York City, Tribeca, and Hudson River.

A couple is able to create a highly personalized ambiance for their wedding at this venue, which is located on a cobblestone street in a 1920s printing press building.

How much does a Tribeca Rooftop Wedding cost?

There is no rental fee at the Tribeca Rooftop, but in the case of venues where you don’t have to pay a rental fee, you will have to pay a minimum fee for food and beverage. Depending on the day of the week and the time of the year, the costs would be anywhere between $240 and $350 per person. According to the venue, January, March, and February are the most “negotiable” months.

Day of the week Minimum number of guests Fee per person
Friday 175 $230
Saturday 200 $320
Sunday 160 $230

Note: In case the Sunday falls on a holiday weekend, then it will be charged as a Saturday evening price.

According to the LongIslandCateringHalls.com website, the average cost per plate would be anywhere between $150 and $260 per guest.

Depending on the guest count, the day of the week, and the time of the year, you should budget more than $180 per person, according to the HereComestheGuide.com website. They say also that the costs for an average Tribeca Rooftop Wedding would be anywhere between $21,000 and $52,000.

What is included in the price?

The price range presented above will include all beverages, food, and a five-hour premium open bar, if not mentioned otherwise. Also, all chairs, tables, stage lighting, tableware, staff, and candles are also included. You will not have to hire your own wedding planner as the venue will offer a bridal attendant and an events manager.

You might also like our articles on the cost of a wedding held at Park Savoy, Perona Farms, or Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

Based on what we could find online, a sample setup includes a ceremony passed white wine and champagne, a sit-down dinner, a cocktail hour with up to eight passed appetizers, a raw bar or a martini bar, and a choice of caviar or smoked fish. Depending on the season, it may also include two entrée options and an appetizer. A customized cake will be included as well. Kosher options are also available but at an extra cost of more than $85 per person.

Depending on your customizations, the fees may include more options, but at this moment, the price estimates mentioned above are on the lower end and do not include any additions. For instance, the valet service is optional and comes at a cost of around $2,600. Also, you can add a lighting package, that includes a lighting technician and costs around $1,500, while the sound package, which comes with a ten-speaker sound system, including a microphone would cost around $1,650.

Important things to consider

Tribeca Rooftop Wedding DecorationAll events have to end by 01:30 a.m. and have a maximum five-hour rental period.

You must use the in-house audio and lighting company, because of the unusual space.

Make sure you don’t confuse Tribeca 360° with Tribeca Rooftop as these are two different things. Tribeca 360° has its own entrance and is located on a different floor, while the Rooftop is the main venue usually used by couples for weddings. The 360° can be rented separately and is not included with the Rooftop unless stated otherwise.

The Rooftop has the capacity to accommodate 380 people and 320 with a dancefloor. The dancefloor has a surface of 1,100 square feet and is made of bright cherrywood.

When set up for a cocktail reception, the space allows room for around 720 guests.

The 25 feet glass atrium means that even though you are not on the roof, you will still get those amazing downtown views.

In the lobby, there is a separate room for the bridal suite, that includes a bar area, a changing room, and a bathroom.

In case the weather will not let hold your event outside, on the roof (it’s raining or windy), you can move the ceremony to the inside dining room. You will not have to worry about the logistics because the on-site event managers will be in charge of everything. They will also collaborate with any outdoor vendor that you want to bring for your wedding.

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