Meet on Madison is strongly rooted in the iconic Flatiron District. The sparkling new meeting space features over 7,000 square feet of flexible options. Just steps from Madison Square Park, Meet on Madison boasts the perfect midtown-south address. The ideal location is easily accessible from the east side and west side without the typical crowds of Times Square and Grand Central. This refreshing space within the Tabletop Building allows for inspiration and collaboration. There are four fully private and adaptable rooms: The Sequoia Salon, Marigold I, II & III, The Wisteria Wing, and The Laurel Library. Each space, or the entirety, can be booked for exclusive use with ample breakout and common space.
The design aesthetic is inspired by nature, complete with custom floral art installations by Dead Flowers NYC, large-scale landscapes by American photographer David Benjamin Sherry, and luminous ceilings that mimic the natural hue of daylight. The space succinctly brings the outside in and is a dynamic environment intentionally designed to foster focus and creativity.
We anticipate the details so that you don’t have to. Meet on Madison strictly adheres to all COVID-19 CDC and New York City safety guidelines and protocols through our Meet Safety Promise.
MEET ON MADISON
41 Madison Avenue
NEW YORK, NY 10010
The perfect Madison Square Park meeting space, Marigold I, II and III is the largest meeting space at Meet on Madison. It allows for traditional conference style meetings, as well as total flexibility to accommodate unique setups and meal service. Air walls allow the room to be divided into three independent spaces, each of which is equipped with projectors and their own entrance to The Sequoia Salon, making it the perfect space to host large general sessions followed by independent breakout sessions with full exclusivity.
The Laurel Library
The Laurel Library has Madison Square Park meeting and private dining room capabilities. Complete with all the necessary technology to accommodate a boardroom style meeting, the space includes a 65’’ inch television and A/V capabilities for hybrid meetings. It’s also the perfect spot to host an intimate seated dinner or reception.
The Wisteria Wing
The Wisteria Wing has the capacity to be utilized in multiple ways. It can accommodate traditional conference-style meetings as well as smaller breakout sessions. Modular seating by Bernhardt Design allows for an unlimited number of unique room setups. Upon entering the Madison Square Park event space, guests will be greeted by a one of a kind floral art installation by Dead Flowers NYC.
The Sequoia Salon
The Sequoia Salon is where guests will enter upon arrival at Meet on Madison. This open, flexible space functions as the perfect place to gather before an event and in between sessions for a refreshment. Designed with brightly colored lounge-style seating and artwork by David Benjamin Sherry, this relaxed yet bold setting sets the creative tone guests will find throughout the space.
FLOOR PLANS FOR MEET ON MADISON
Unique Features only at Meet Hospitality
Meet Hospitality always offers:
- Dedicated Meet Concierge on-site all-day
- Unique and customizable menu options
- Mounted projectors, 65″ Plasma Screen TV, and wireless internet
- Built-in sound system with customized playlists
- Handheld and Lavalier microphones
- Flip charts, markers, pens, pads, and an array of office supplies
- Printing capabilities
Meet on Madison offers:
- Comfortable furniture in flexible arrangements
- All-day drink service featuring fresh brewed Irving Farm Coffee, Harney & Sons tea served in our signature MEET mug collection
- Fully stocked self-serve refrigerator with water, iced tea, and assorted soft drinks
- 12,000 sq ft
Marigold I, II, III
- 2,669 sq ft total
- Marigold I- 1,105 sq ft, II – 829 sq ft, III – 715 sq ft
- 164 theater (I – 60, II – 60, III – 36)
- 110 classroom (I – 48, II – 48, III – 24)
- hollow square (I – 28, II – 28, III – 22)
- u-shape (I – 22, II – 22, III – 20)
- conference (I – 16, II – 16, III – 16)
- 190 reception (I – 75, II – 75, III – 40)
The Laurel Library
- 364 sq ft
- 20 boardroom style or formal dinner
- 979 sq ft
- 72 theater
- 32 hollow square
- 42 classroom
- 28 u-shape
- 24 conference
- 60 reception
The Sequoia Salon
- 1,492 sq ft
- 100 reception
What People Are Saying About MEET
An excellent work space, great staff, evocative artwork
As an event planner, I thought this was a very unique and creative space for meetings and gatherings. If you’re sick of the boardroom, hotel style, come here for your next event. Staff is very friendly, space is different but will spark your creativity, rooms are cool, furniture will make you feel at home. Catering can be brought in from anywhere of NYC’s finest. Your attendees will definitely enjoy being here. I’m not sure if it’ll work for 200 people or more but for 100 or less, I think it’ll be great space for your next event.
This venue is super cool, visually and perceptually. Just a great place to hold a meeting in the city.