C&P 164: Event Design Company Opens Intimate Showroom for Events

By Anna Sekula May 21, 2012, 5:11 PM EDT

Once a set for an HBO show, the Lower East Side venue is now known as C&P 164, a showroom and event space from event design company Castle & Pierpont.

Photo: Courtesy of C&P 164

Recently used as a set for the HBO show How to Make it in America, the small storefront on Ludlow Street between Stanton and Houston is now operated by event and floral design company Castle & Pierpont as showroom and event space. Dubbed C&P 164, the intimate space opened in early May and is available for small gatherings, including press previews, private receptions, and seated dinners.

As one would expect, the venue is filled with an eclectic assortment of accoutrements, from vintage furniture and decorative vases to various flowers and trees. Naturally, the furnishings can be changed for private functions and Castle & Pierpont principal Rori Pierpont can provide additional decor.

C&P 164 holds as many as 150 for receptions or 50 seated; an outdoor garden is also available.


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