Roosevelt House, the historic New York City home of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin’s mother Sara, and now the newly-restored home of Hunter College’s public policy institute, is a state-of-the-art facility offering a prime venue for lectures, conferences, seminars, film/photo/television/ video shoots, film screenings and elegant social functions.
The dramatic auditorium, carved out of the lower levels of the building, is ideal for lectures, conferences, and similar programs.
The elegant reception areas and dining room on the first floor are available for a variety of intimate affairs, including weddings, business gatherings, cocktail receptions, and other high-profile functions.
Conference rooms on the upper floors are available for seminars, board meetings, conferences and similar gatherings.
To view the House’s guidelines and policies for internal (Hunter community) rentals, please click here.
To complete the room reservation request form online, click here.
To view a floor plan of the first floor of the house, please click here.
To view a floor plan of the auditorium, please click here.
For additional questions and/or information on rentals or reservations, please contact Sandi McCray at 212-396-6688, or by email at email@example.com.