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Most corporate presentations are held on the Columbia campus. After reserving a date and submitting your confirmation form for the Career Management Center master calendar, you must make arrangements with the site manager of the facility at which you wish to hold the event. Popular locations include Faculty House, Alfred Lerner Hall, Casa Italiana, and Riverside Church.

Casa Italiana | Faculty House | Alfred Lerner Hall | Havana Central | The Riverside Church | Columbia Business School Classroom

Casa Italiana 1161 Amsterdam Avenue (between 116th and 118th Streets) Website: www.italianacademy.columbia.edu Event Logistics Contact: Rick Whitaker (212) 854-1623 rw2115@columbia.edu. Contracts are made directly with this venue.

Casa Italiana, home of the Italian Academy at Columbia University, is a Renaissance-inspired building constructed in 1927. In 1993, this landmark underwent a $17 million renovation. The building's centerpiece is the magnificent second-floor Teatro, a grand space with large windows, an adjacent terrace, a high, ornately coffered ceiling, and sound and lighting equipment. Smaller spaces such as the third-floor Library, a warm and intimate space, are also available. Catering at Casa Italiana must be arranged independently with Sterling Affair.

Do not send any items to the Career Management Center for events in Casa Italiana. We have no way of transporting these items. You must send literature and samples you wish to distribute at presentations directly to the site up to two days before the event. Mark all items with your company name, presentation date, and room reserved. Call the building contact to clarify deliveries and distribution requirements.

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Faculty House 64 Morningside Drive (at 116th Street) E-mail: fachouse@columbia.edu Website: www.facultyhouse.com Event Logistics Contact: Louise Castellano, Manager, Catering and Events, P: (212) 851-9177, lc2838@columbia.edu.Contracts are made directly with this venue.

Anticipate a new era for Columbia University Faculty House, a premier event space in Upper Manhattan. Our East Campus landmark welcomes your seminars, meetings, events, and banquets with a fresh perspective and innovative global cuisine. On the outside, Faculty House has been faithfully restored to its 1920s glory. The interiors, however, are completely retrofitted to reflect a modern sensibility, especially in the use of reclaimed and sustainable materials. Now our infrastructure accommodates all of your technical needs, and airy floorplans adapt to every agenda. Timeless décor and warm organic colors balance sophistication with relaxing comfort. Whether you're coming back or arriving for the first time, Faculty House is ready to elevate your occasion with gracious, smart style.

Do not send any items to the Career Management Center for events in Faculty House. We have no way of transporting these items. You must send literature and samples you wish to distribute at presentations directly to the site up to two days before the event. Mark all items with your company name, presentation date, and room reserved. Call the building contact to clarify deliveries and distribution requirements.

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Alfred Lerner Hall Columbia University 2920 Broadway at West 115th Street - New York, NY 10027 Event Logistics Contact: Jeimy Batista, Events & Conference Coordinator, P: (212) 851-9784, F: 212-854-6380, jb2361@columbia.edu.Contracts are made directly with this venue.

Alfred Lerner Hall is a multi-use campus location with onsite audiovisual and catering services that can be rented for large corporate events. The Roone Arledge Auditorium is suitable for presentations and receptions for groups of 150 to 350. Columbia University Catering, with a dedicated staff and new menus, is the exclusive caterer for events offered in Lerner Hall. Their services can also be engaged to provide catering for MBA events in classroom buildings.

Do not send any items to the Career Management Center for events in Alfred Lerner Hall. We have no way of transporting these items. You must send literature and samples you wish to distribute at presentations directly to the site up to two days before the event. Mark all items with your company name, presentation date, and room reserved. Call the building contact to clarify deliveries and distribution requirements.

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Havana Central 2911 Broadway (between 113th and 114th Streets) - New York, NY 10025 Website: http://www.havanacentral.com/mambo Event Logistics Contact: Rebecca Kozuck, Catering and Events, (212) 866-7804 rkozuck@havanacentral.com.Contracts are made directly with this venue.

Havana Central offers their Back Room for private events. The Back Room fosters an atmosphere that combines the energy, excitement, and entertainment of old Havana from its classic Cuban food to its checkered floors. It has its own private bar and is suitable for presentations and receptions for groups of 75 to 125. Audio visual needs are handled directly by the restaurant.

Do not send any items to the Career Management Center for events at Havana Central. We have no way of transporting these items. You must send literature and samples you wish to distribute at presentations directly to the site up to two days before the event. Mark all items with your company name, presentation date, and room reserved. Call the building contact to clarify deliveries and distribution requirements.

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The Riverside Church 91 Claremont Ave (between 120th and 121st Streets) - New York, NY 10027 Website: http://www.theriversidechurchny.org Event Logistics Contact: Loleta Nicholson, Director of Rental Property, (212) 870-6766 lnicholson@theriversidechurchny.org.Contracts are made directly with this venue.

The Riverside Church offers a wonderful blend of history and architectural design which translates beautifully to the many locations within the building. This historic landmark provides both grand and intimate spaces and some premium amenities from staging to working fireplaces, all lending warmth and ambience to your special event. All catering is exclusively provided by Madeline's Catering and Special Events.

The locations include: The South Hall - Their largest reception hall measuring 86 feet in length and 62 feet in width and comes with a full stage area and lobby. The space can accommodate a party of 350 for a formal sit-down dinner with cocktail reception area or 500 for an open floor reception. The Assembly Hall - This large gothic-style space with stone pillars and a stage, includes a full kitchen with an ice machine. The space can accommodate a party of 250 for a formal sit-down dinner and 500 for an open floor reception. The Ninth Floor Lounge (9T) - With its view of the Hudson River, this beautiful gothic space has its own wood-burning fireplace and is equipped with a full kitchen and a smaller side room perfect for coat-check or waiting room. The Lounge measures 37 feet in length and 65 feet in width. It can accommodate a party of 100 for a formal sit-down dinner. The Tenth Floor Lounge (10T) - With its gothic columns along each side, the lounge offers a drop down screen and a comfortable pre-function area that can be used for event check-in. Room holds a party of 75 people for a theater style setting. Audio visual needs and technology support are handled directly by the Riverside Church.

Do not send any items to the Career Management Center for events at the Riverside Church. We have no way of transporting these items. You must send literature and samples you wish to distribute at presentations directly to the site up to two days before the event. Mark all items with your company name, presentation date, and room reserved. Call the building contact to clarify deliveries and distribution requirements.

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Columbia Business School Presentations for less than 70 attendees may be held in Columbia Business School's classroom buildings, which allows for a small, intimate experience. Classrooms or conference rooms are of various sizes and are equipped with audiovisual or laptop connections. Catering can be arranged through an external vendor; for recommendations please contact Natalie Rios.

 

Contact Natalie Rios for assistance with events in classrooms at (212) 854-8224.



 

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