Drawing inspiration from the 1930’s luxury cruise liner the SS Normandie, the Ziegfeld Ballroom features a color scheme of silver and greys to reflect its art deco heritage. With a column-free ballroom seating almost 1,000 guests, additional seating may be added in the balcony that
overlooks the ballroom with sightlines to the stage.


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