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Events at 30 Morningside

Intimate dinners, rooftop cookouts, baby showers, or birthday parties - you'll find the rooftop deck, private dining room, and Carriage House & Courtyard, uniquely setup to host a variety of gatherings. We even made the movement studio available for private workout or yoga sessions.

Host your next event or intimate gathering here at 30 Morningside

We offer discounted rates for residents interested in renting out the amenity spaces. Please note that all reservations come with a two-hour minimum, amenity reservation agreement and required deposit.

Carriage House & Courtyard

Great for cocktail hours, graduation parties or dinners. The space seats around 100 people comfortably and opens up to our private courtyard.

Private Dining Room

Reserved exclusively for residents, the elegantly furnished space features a prep area, oversized dining table that can seat 30 and a large screen TV.


Reserved exclusively for residents, the Rooftop deck overlooking upper Manhattan and Central Park can accomodate up to 30 people for cookouts, and gatherings. It has multimedia setup for easy music playing.

Movement Studio

Available exclusively to residents, it can be reserved for a private workout for up to 10 other residents.

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Interested in hosting an event at 30 Morningside?
Contact Jake Montiel, our Property Manager to find out availability and prices.
+1 (212) 864-3030

A rich past for a bright future

Built between 1896 and 1928 and now a designated historical landmark, The Beaux Arts quintet of 30 Morningside—four pavilion towers and central carriage house— were originally designed by noted architect Ernest Flagg in eclectic turn-of-the-century French style with classical lines and symmetry accented with bravura gothic flourishes.

Life in
Morningside Heights

In the late 19th century, a city surveyor appraising the surrounding land found one spot he deemed unsuitable for anything other than a city park. This particular park was situated on the east side of a hill, perfectly positioned for a nice wash of sunlight every morning. In 1870, the city named it “Morning Side Park,” and today, Morningside Heights is a vibrant cultural and intellectual enclave whose current boundaries are 110th to 125th streets, and from 8th Avenue to the Hudson River.