Fort Gansevoort's iconic location in the heart of the Meatpacking District, offers a variety of event possibilities from small dinner's to larger parties.

Fort Gansevoort is set in an 1850’s Greek Revival row house located on Gansevoort Plaza, between the intersection of Gansevoort and Little West 12th Street. The gallery's spacious facilities and unique architectural presence in the heart of the Meatpacking District makes it an ideal backdrop for all special occasions. 

First Floor

The space houses rustic elements of wood and exposed brick juxtaposed with modern white wash walls lined with a rotating collection of art. The properties three floors, contain the original small, medium, and large bars from the space's past incarnation as a dining establishment. 

Second Floor
Third Floor

Natural light pours in from the east facing windows. The western windows open into the private brick and ivy lined courtyard aligned with romantic hanging lights. 


The three-story townhouse can accommodate various private event options, from intimate dinners to larger-scale party’s. Fort Gansevoort’s second and third floor gallery spaces provide an exceptional location for private hire. Equipped with a fully functional kitchen, the spaces are available for brunch, lunch or dinner for 10-30 guests per floor.  Full buyouts of Fort Gansevoort are ideal for late night celebrations and can accommodate up to 180 people. 

An experienced events team is available from conception to execution.

Floor Plan

Fort Gansevoort’s ivy lined brick exterior and dynamic interior can be a unique backdrop for commercials, photo shoots, television programs, and feature films. 
Pricing is available upon request.

A restaurant in its last incarnation, the three-story Greek Revival rowhouse on Ninth Avenue, built in 1849, didn't need much tinkering. After whitewashing a few walls and leaving most other features intact—the exposed brick, the hefty ceiling beams, the restaurant-installed bars—Shopkorn was open for business. - Architectural Digest