EVENT SPACE Events act as a cornerstone to LMHQ's mission to inspire community, learning, collaboration and creativity.
From thought leadership discussions and innovation clinics, to unique social events, performances and arts + culture experiences, LMHQ is a premiere venue for the creative community to forge meaningful connections.
Our event space includes:
Herman Miller furniture Seating for up to 140 people HarperCollins library IdeaPaint walls Coffee bar Apple TV 2 Projectors Wireless microphones
This space includes the following amenities:
The rental charge above includes the following
Event Space is located at:
Lower Manhattan Headquarters
ABOUT US Created by the Downtown Alliance and designed by Gensler, LOWER MANHATTAN HQ is a collaboration space for Lower Manhattan's creatives and creators.
LM marks the spot for thriving work ethics, booming businesses and a visitor and residential market that continues to grow new generations. Our LM ecosystem is comprised of multiple industries, 800+ tech firms and startups, major brands, agencies and media companies.
OUR SPACE LMHQ is a new kind of working environment featuring event space with state of the art a/v, meeting & brainstorming rooms, programming by NY Tech Meetup and NY Tech Council, workspace, coffee bar and on-site tech support. Meet us at LMHQ, and do more than just work.
LMHQ serves as "the third space" in between your home and office. We function as an add-on to your office - get away from your desk and take up some space here, hold a meeting, have a war room, or host an event for up to 140 guests. You can work smart offsite at LMHQ.
OUR NEIGHBORHOOD We're located in Lower Manhattan on the 20th floor of 150 Broadway. We've got some pretty incredible views of the city from all angles.
Lower Manhattan is a natural location for LMHQ - the inspiring surroundings are in the oldest neighborhood, now with the most contemporary minds. Lower Manhattan is rapidly growing with creative and innovative businesses, all at a crossroads of industries.
With 12 subway lines, multiple bus routes, and several ferries serving the area, Lower Manhattan is one of the city's most accessible neighborhoods.