Harold Pratt House and Peterson Hall
Home to the Council on Foreign Relations the Harold Pratt House was constructed in 1919 as one of New York’s grand Park Avenue mansions. It is an ideal location for celebrations, dinners and conferences.
The house features a marble stairway connecting a variety of beautiful spaces including a Library, Reception, Drawing, Sitting and Ballroom. All feature cathedral ceilings, fireplaces and original chandeliers.
Peterson Hall is a well-lit conference space featuring state-of-the-art technology and is connected to the House by a Marble Hallway. It can be used exclusively by its own private entrance or in combination with the House. Peterson Hall offers limitless meeting and conference options.
Constructed in 1919 as one of New York's grand Park Avenue mansions
|Space||Max. Reception Capacity||Max. Seated Capacity||Sq. feet||Floor Plan|
|Harold Pratt House: The Audio Visual Lab||25||25|
|Harold Pratt House: The Sitting Room (Hauser)||50||40|
|Harold Pratt House: The Reception Room (Greenberg)||50||40|
|Harold Pratt House: The Library (Armstrong)||120||60|
|Harold Pratt House: The Drawing Room (Altschul)||120||70|
|Harold Pratt House: The Mansion Ballroom (Rockefeller)||200||130|
|Harold Pratt House: Peter G. Peterson Hall||275||180|