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Immortal beauty sweeps a New York landmark.

Mirroring a love that is everlasting, Gotham Hall endures the test of time. An iconic presence in Midtown Manhattan, the exalted and immaculate structure marvels with distinction from every angle. Boundless beauty radiates from within, where luxurious accents encompass exquisite grace.

Formerly the home of the Greenwich Savings Bank, Gotham Hall was constructed in 1924 and designed with ancient Roman architectural principles and subtle inscriptions. Throughout its seven-storied edifice, enchanting details await discovery. A portrait of striking sophistication, uncover the revelation of infinite style.

The Exterior

On Broadway, at the corner of 36th Street in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Gotham Hall stands out with stately prominence amidst the hustle and bustle of New York City. Arched windows and illuminated columns beam with pride and historical significance. Before it, a 1956 Ford Fairlane convertible from M&V Limo, dazzles with vintage character. An A-line organic floral lace gown featuring a V-illusion neckline and long applique sleeves designed by Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld, stops traffic as onlookers revel its beauty. A dapper custom tuxedo by Raftis Bespoke adds a gentlemanly polish to the quintessential New York scene.

The Grand Ballroom

The heart of Gotham Hall resides in the Grand Ballroom, at the epicenter of brilliance. Exuding nobility and glory in its 9,000 square feet of eminent event space, a newly laid floor captures admiring eyes with geometric bolts driving to the radial point. At its nucleus, ivory beaded accents and textured embroidery caress Kristabelle, a fitted long sleeve gown with a plunging off-the-shoulder neckline designed by Morilee by Madeline Gardner. Gracing the RK Bridal mélange, a cathedral train and hemline surrounded by a waterfall of feathers embodies the illustrious surroundings of the ballroom. A regal tiara by Bridal Styles Boutique fit for a queen, paired with a classic diamond studded earring and necklace laid upon the collarbone by London Jewelers completes the oval royal stage.