Welcome to The Chelsea Hall – a 250-person event space brimming with character, dancing with color, and steeped in 170+ years of joy and celebration.
Make it yours for a day, a night, or a weekend.
Amongst the artistry of Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, arched rafters soar 40 feet above a dance floor soaked in vibrant hues cast by 100-year leaded glass. 2 stories below, a cocktail room spills into a tiered outdoor terrace.Explore
Built in the 1850’s as the Third Reformed Presbyterian Church, the Emunath Israel Congregation acquired the space in 1920. During this transition, the congregation installed stained glass windows as a tribute to their vibrant culture and community. Founded in 1865, The Chelsea Hall has a long and beautiful history as a focal point of Jewish life.Our history
During its heyday, The Chelsea Shul primarily served working Jews in the garment industries, an earnest congregation with traditional values. On high holidays, close to 800 congregants would come to say Yizkor, a prayer for departed loved ones. It also served as a place of celebration for its numerous congregants, hosting weddings, bar mitzvahs, births and more.Our history
For over a century, Chelse Hall has absorbed the music, laughter, and joy of thousands of celebrations. Today, it serves as both an active prayer hall and beloved and sophisticated event space to the community it’s a part of.Our history
From the flowers to the food to the ambiance - everything was beyond our dreams. We’re so grateful for all your patience in helping make it all come together.Kriesel had a wedding
It was the perfect backdrop. Thank you for making our day so incredibly special.Lachter a cuppa
We could not have chosen a better location, and we’re so appreciative of how accommodating you were to us with all our needs. It all came together perfectly.Devico a social