Entertaining made simple
by Charlotte’s consummate entertainers
Occupying the steel-framed reaches of the historic Foundry building, The Assembly Room is Uptown Charlotte’s turnkey event house. This unique space was crafted by industry professionals with an eye for versatile aesthetics and a knack for adaptable hospitality. Accommodating up to 200 guests in uncommonly flexible digs, the venue classes up weddings, fundraisers, and corporate functions—all while eliminating the inconveniences of gathering. From the concierge at the door to the bottles of bubbly hiding in the ladies’ room, the amenities insist on an unabridged experience. And they should: This is a place for entertaining, put together by the people who make it their business to entertain. At The Assembly Room, it’s easy to come together.
Gathering made easy
[by professional gatherers]
Ideal for both corporate and social events, this open-concept space is bright and authentically contemporary. Designed in the early 1900s by Canadian architect John M. Lyle, the heritage building is the naturally airy, industrial space every modern venue wants to be: 50 feet of exposed ceiling extends over reclaimed wooden beams and oversized fans, while cool white walls, textured brick, and concrete ground the space in a raw simplicity. Multiple skylights and a three-story marquee window bathe the whole place in abundant natural light. A marriage of urban flair and clean modern design, The Assembly Room is naturally easy on the eyes.