The Bogardus Mansion
A piece of NYC history in the heart of Tribeca
The Bogardus Mansion is named after its architect, James Bogardus, the inventor of Cast-Iron Architecture. This NYC landmark, built in 1858, is also on The National Register of Historic Places and features a stunning 5-story
facade replicating the late 13th century Palazzo Veladramini in Venice. The elegant ballroom on the main floor is ideal for weddings, corporate events, fundraisers, social gatherings, and other celebrations, while the beautifully restored
cellar features original stone walls, 12 foot ceilings, and a fully equipped bar with a speakeasy ambiance. Each event should stand apart and the Bogardus Mansion provides a
dynamic and sophisticated venue for your special occasion.