Creating a company event that is successful and productive and satisfies all the demands placed on you can be a challenge. 1451 Renaissance Place can help. We offer a setting unlike any other, complete with the services and facilities to make your next function a success, and make the planning process easier.
When you host an event at 1451 Renaissance Place, people take notice. Whether your event needs to be intimate, grand, playful, professional or elegant, 1451 Renaissance Place can accommodate the needs of your event and reflect the culture of your organization.
An event at 1451 Renaissance Place is an event that gets noticed. And that gets you noticed. Let us help you make it happen.
1451 Renaissance Place hosts just one event at a time, so you have the undivided attention of the staff and full use of the building for the duration of your event. Though it’s over a century old, 1451 Renaissance Place has the modern capabilities to meet today’s business needs.
A complete offering of services and amenities is at your disposal, allowing you to plan and execute your event with seamless efficiency.
1451 Renaissance Place is the complete package. Whatever you need to complete your event, we can provide.
Planning an event is a full-time job. If you have a regular full-time job in addition to planning the next office gathering, you can delegate responsibilities to the professional staff at 1451 Renaissance Place.
We can coordinate each detail so you can be sure every “i” is dotted and every “t” is crossed.
Whatever your space requirements, we have the place. Think of us as your event staff. We stand ready to listen to your needs, provide ideas and take action to pull it all together.
We know you have questions, and we want to answer them. If you don’t see the answer to your question here, or to schedule a tour, call Scott Muñoz or Michael Valentine at (414) 272-1451.
1451 Renaissance Place was designed by renowned American architect Solon Spencer Beman. After seven years of construction, it was opened as a Christian Science church in 1909, and remained so for almost 80 years.
In the 1980s, the building was purchased from the church and underwent a major renovation. The name 1451 Renaissance Place was coined to reflect the structure’s new beginning. The goal of the renovation was to maintain the building’s original splendor, while bringing it in line with contemporary needs. The original woodwork, vaulted ceiling, plaster, moldings, leaded-glass windows and marble staircase were painstakingly preserved and lovingly restored.
Today, 1451 Renaissance Place is one of Milwaukee’s most sought-after gathering places, a stunning example of turn-of-the-century design and craftsmanship. No other venue offers the feel, the sound, and the splendor.