Meet on Broadway, at 1700 Broadway, boasts the perfect midtown location at the crossroads of Manhattan where uptown meets downtown. The best way to experience New York City is high above the city streets on the 2,000+ square foot outdoor terrace with panoramic views of Broadway. Your attendees will be lured in by the mesmerizing hum of the city below.
Designed with mid-century flair, signature art pieces, thoughtful touches, and comfortable lounge seating, the exclusive club-like feel will make a lasting impression. Designed with flexibility in mind, Meet on Broadway offers space for larger groups (approximately 4,000 square feet) with breakout space or a small, intimate executive retreat. Meet Hospitality anticipates the details so that you don’t have to. Meet on Broadway strictly adheres to all COVID-19 CDC and New York City guidelines and safety protocols through our Meet Safety Promise.
The 11th-floor space is filled with soft sunlight from the large windows in the space. Each meeting room has windows and thoughtful design. The space features full a large conference room, the Flex Room, an intimate Boardroom with an executive table, and comfortable seating within the same room. A Lifestyle Lounge for smaller breakout sessions or intimate brainstorming/casual meetings.
The combination of natural elements, deep earthy tones and exquisite textures with glass and metal accents provide a sense of arrival while also feeling familiar and comfortable…as if you belong. The all-day access to coffee and cocktails at the Club Lounge, the selection of games and coffee table books and the billiards table in the Gallery provide a sense of community and desire to gather as a group or relax between sessions.
The hand-selected art collection includes R.F. Alvarez who focuses on the act of artifact making in his pieces. Senem Oezdogan was selected for her fiber-based geometric studies that provide depth and structure. Noel Laws bold graphic paintings make a statement. Arne Svenson’s photographs give a peek into humankind without revealing the identity of his subjects. Ana Kras, currently residing in New York City, has a wide variety of portfolio features touching on many aspects of design and photography. Her textural pieces were selected because of their clean lines, bold colors and graphic statements.