Hailed as an architectural masterpiece upon its 1903 opening and renowned for its triple domed ceiling, diffused lighting system, and expansive foyer, the Hudson Theatre was converted to a conference center in the early 1990s. Our team was commissioned to restore this New York City Landmark to its original purpose and grandeur while ensuring that the venue would exceed 21st century patron and performer expectations.
Funded in part by Federal and State Tax Credits, the scope of the renovation includes the return of the orchestra seating dish to its original design, the re-establishment of dressing rooms, stage traps, and the orchestra pit, as well as the addition of basement-level support for stage activities. The design also features a new VIP lounge connected to the rear of the dress circle level and expands upon public amenities such as restrooms, lobby space, and bar facilities. Lastly, new stage rigging and lighting allow full performance capability in the Stage House.