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Our largest meeting room features 4,576 sf of flexible space and attractive Art Deco-style ceiling lights, wall sconces, coordinating carpeting and wood dance floor. Retractable partitions can turn the space in to three breakout rooms in minutes (Sunwood Center, Congress/Senate and State Room). Perfect for meetings, dinners, weddings, or casual receptions.
Each section of the Ballroom has its own mounted ceiling projector, with the ability to project 3 screens all together when using the full Ballroom, along with house sound.
WEEK DAY RATES
FULL - $825 waived with $1,500 in food and beverage
2/3 SECTIONED -
$550 waived with $1,000 in food and beverage
1/3 SECTIONED - $275 waived with $500 in food and beverage
FRIDAY RATE - $4000 minimum in food and beverage
SATURDAY RATE - $6000 minimum in food and beverage
Both University A & B are located along the River Concourse. Identical in size, shape and décor, each room is ideal for small to medium size functions. With 1,176 square feet of space each, these rooms are side-by-side, but have separate doors and a fixed wall separating the two rooms. (Spaces cannot be combined.)
Each University Room has its own projection and connection to house sound.
University A & B - $275 waived with $500 in food and beverage.
This room is appropriately appointed as the name implies! Solid oak boardroom-style table and upholstered chairs proved comfortable seating for 18 guests. A great meeting room for making those important business decisions.
TV for projection and white board included.
Room rental is $100 waived with $150 in food and beverage.
Classroom style allows for individuals to each have their own work area to take notes and spread out as needed.
This is the most common set-up for receptions, dinners, and intimate events! Round tables can fit 6-8 people comfortably.
As known as Cabaret, seating is set at a round table, but chairs at the had of the table are removed so no one has their back to the activity.
This set-up works well for large sessions and short lectures where people will not be taking notes. Chairs will be stacked next to each other.
These set-ups work best for lectures that require interaction, or presentations made by a group.
Also known as boardroom set-up, the enclosed rectangle or square allows attendees to interact as an entire group.