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Glasshouses Aims for Fall 2019 Opening in Hell’s Kitchen

Glasshouses, which operates an event space in West Chelsea, will open a new flagship location in Hell’s Kitchen in fall 2019. The 75,000-square-foot, glass-enclosed space at 660 Twelfth Ave. will accommodate up to 1,850 guests.

“Over the last 12 years, we have established Glasshouse Chelsea as a leading event space in New York City,” said Jack Guttman, managing partner, Glasshouses. “The opening of this flagship location will allow us to offer our clients even more opportunities to create customized event experiences.”

Glasshouses is partnering with a real estate investment fund managed by the Carlyle Group. The new facility will occupy two newly-built floors at 660 Twelfth, which is owned by the Bay Ridge Auto Group. It will be able to accommodate small or large social events and weddings, corporate gatherings, product launches or full production fashion shows.

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