Kranzberg Arts Foundation Corporate Event Venues
Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary with the Kranzberg Arts Foundation! Our spaces are versatile, customizable, and one-of-a-kind.
Work meets creativity at the corporate event venues offered by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Make your event an unforgettable experience!
Located in the heart of the thriving Grand Arts District with hotels, award-winning restaurants, a world-class symphony hall, and The Fabulous Fox theater just steps away, Kranzberg Arts Foundation corporate event spaces provide visitors with a St. Louis experience like none other!
Kranzberg Arts Foundation can accommodate virtually any size group, from company parties, workshops, industry or corporate conventions, to awards ceremonies or company retreats.
Plus, with our team of event planning and coordination experts, you can focus on what’s important. Our manicured and vetted list of caterers, audio-visual equipment providers, musicians, artists, DJs, florists, transportation, photographers and more make planning your next company event a simplified, streamlined process.
Best yet, when you book your corporate venue through Kranzberg Arts Foundation, you’re supporting the vibrant, growing St. Louis arts community!
.ZACK (Dot Zack)
In 1919, Detroit architect William Balsh designed a neoclassical commercial building at 3224 Locust St. to be used by the Cadillac Automobile Company. It was the same year that women earned the right to vote, and the Treaty of Versailles ended WWI.
Through the years, the 40,000-square-foot Cadillac Building was a spot where memories were made. Thousands of brand new Cadillacs were driven with due pomp and circumstance out of its multi-story showroom and into the carriage houses, carports and garages of St. Louis-area homes.
Today, the Cadillac Building, which once fell to abandon, has been transformed into one of Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s most dynamic arts and event spaces.
.ZACK spaces include:
This fourth-floor private event space features panoramic views of historic downtown St. Louis, including the Gateway Arch. The layout is customizable, and can be adapted to make your event perfect!
Capacity: 300 (seated) | 450 (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 3,700 square feet | 13’ ceiling
Sally’s Rooftop Garden & Terrace
Take cocktail receptions to a new level on Sally’s Rooftop. With breathtaking nighttime views of the city and a garden run by Urban Harvest STL, it’s the perfect spot for an upscale soiree or a casual happy hour.
Capacity: 200 (seated) | 150 (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 2,128 square feet| 28’ x 76’
Our intimate Suite 303 space is fully outfitted for smaller business gatherings, break-out sessions, or leadership meetings. Features a full kitchen and three 50” televisions.
Capacity: 50 (seated) | 75 (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 19’ x 50’
The natural choice for awards ceremonies and speaking engagements is our 202-seat proscenium-style theater. Audio/visual equipment is included with the rental.
Capacity: 202 (seated) | 300 (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 40’ x 60’ x 14’
Sophie’s Artist Lounge & Cocktail Club
Step into the 1930s in this chic second-floor space. Local art, patio access, and a hip, retro urban vibe make Sophie’s a great spot for smaller meetings and cocktail receptions. Full-service bar is available.
Capacity: 60 (seated) | 125 (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 20’ x 61’ x 12’
Built in 1884, The Grandel was originally the First Congregational Church, constructed during a time when St. Louis was the fourth largest city in the U.S. As 20th century families left the city and its beautiful structures behind, the building fell into disrepair. Today, thanks to the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, The Grandel has been renovated and transformed into a multi-use arts facility.
The Grandel spaces include:
The Grandel Theatre
This world-class performing arts venue serves as a posh and comfortable space for speaking engagements, awards ceremonies, productions and more.
Capacity: 425–550 pp.
Dimensions: 23,000 square feet | 30’ ceiling
This beautiful private event space features soaring arched windows, hardwood floors, and a vaulted ceiling. Layout is customizable.
Capacity: 125 pp. (seated) | 200 pp. (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 35’ x 60’ x 18’
Patio on the Plaza
Enjoy the comings and goings of the vivacious Grand Center Arts District in an open-air setting. Located on the plaza just outside of the Dark Room.
Capacity: 75 pp. (seated) | 100 pp. (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 1,200 square feet
The Big Top
Make your event part of history at The Big Top! One of the most unique spaces you’ll ever find, The Big Top brings a circus of fun to the middle of St. Louis. This fantastic tent was made in Italy, and it brings back the excitement and wonder of a bygone era. The Big Top has been used for concerts, large corporate parties, private events and more. Available March through October, The Big Top turns your corporate event into something you’ll never forget!
Capacity: 700 (seated) | 1,600 (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 12,200 square feet
Kranzberg Arts Center
Kranzberg Arts Center is one of the most historic and beloved performing arts and gallery venues in St. Louis. Two theater spaces and a gallery are available for your corporate event venue.
Black Box Theater
From creative arts to presentations and ceremonies, Black Box provides state-of-the-art lighting and sound in this historic theatrical venue.
Capacity: 100 pp.
Dimensions: 30’ x 35’ x 12’
For a more intimate venue, the Studio provides a cabaret-style space with a baby grand piano, theater lighting, and professional-grade audio/visual equipment.
Capacity:80 pp (seated) | 100 pp (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 25’ x 30’ x 12’
Put art front and center of your event with Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s Gallery. Whether you’re hosting a mixer, a meeting, or a cocktail reception, the Gallery is versatile, interesting, and unforgettable.
Capacity: 60 pp. (seated) | 120 pp. (cocktail reception)
Dimensions: 17’ x 28’ x 12’
Support the Arts!
When you hold your corporate event at one of our many Kranzberg Arts Foundation spaces, you’re supporting the arts community in St. Louis and beyond. Every dollar we make goes toward preservation and promotion of our area’s theater, music, and visual artists.