The Ziegfeld Theatre hosted Hollywood's top blockbuster movie premieres for decades, earning acclaim as one of the most celebrated venues in the world.
Building on a rich history, the Ziegfeld Ballroom will open Fall 2017 as New York's most sophisticated and significant new venue. 

Social Events

The modern art deco architecture of the Ziegfeld Ballroom is the perfect backdrop for an elegant social and society event celebration. 

Corporate Events

With a column-free ballroom hosting more than 1,200 guests, the Ziegfeld Ballroom also features a large balcony divisible into five break-out rooms.

Non-Profit Events

The Ziegfeld Ballroom's grand ballroom is large enough to accommodate an array of non-profit or fundraising events.

The new space will include one of the largest ballrooms in the city and accommodate up to 1,200 people.
— New York Times
The new Ziegfeld Ballroom will be a mecca for society galas and corporate events...World renowned for the quality of its sound and projection — and for an ornate design that evoked the long-gone ’20s movie palaces that once lined Broadway and Seventh Avenue — the Ziegfeld was for decades one of the country’s best-known movie venues.
— New York Post

 History at a Glance: 

The Ziegfeld Theatre opened in 1969 as a single-screen movie theatre. The theatre was named in honor of the impresario Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.

Between 1969 and 2016, more world premieres of Hollywood blockbuster films were held at the Ziegfeld Theatre than any U.S. movie theatre outside of Los Angeles. 

Building on a rich history, the Ziegfeld Ballroom will open Fall 2017 as one of the most significant event properties in New York City.