A Causally Classic Experience

Whatever your cause for gathering, The Room, located directly above Common, is the ideal location for your private event. Perfectly situated for groups of 25-100 guests, the top floor of this historic landmark building adeptly accommodates private brunch parties, working business events, pre- and post- wedding intimate conclaves, bachelorette and bachelor celebrations, photoshoots, rehearsal dinners, and welcome toasts. 

Floor to ceiling windows provide abundant natural light and stunning views of the iconic Marshall House Inn and Broughton Street below and act as an ideal backdrop and impression for visiting guests and photographers, alike. 

Saturated in historic charm and patina, this 140-year-old open loft-like space offers flexible floor plans, flat screen TVs with USB capability, Sonos sound, a private fully stocked bar, bathrooms dedicated to the space, and a private entrance from Broughton Street below. 

Hosts will work intimately with the event coordinating team, including the Corporate Executive Chef and Bar Manager, to create an event landscape unique to- and reflective of their story. Additional services including event design, decoration, and floral composition grant hosts more time to enjoy their event.

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Holiday Party

Be it a Moroccan Christmas, a Margarita Karaoke Party, a Nutcracker Office Party, or something a little more personalized, The Common has you covered. 

The Room, located on the top floor of Common, accommodates parties of 25-100 guests with a variety of floor plans available for your unique event. Equipped with a private entrance from Broughton Street, a full bar, and bathrooms dedicated to the space, The Room allows guests a private experience designed just for them. 

Broughton Street's annual holiday lights can be admired alongside the iconic Marshall House through the expansive views offered by the floor to ceiling windows, which stretch the length of the space.