Sacramento offers unique meeting spaces in all shapes and sizes tucked away in places that might surprise you. Here's the latest in a series of atypical venues for that offsite meeting or VIP reception.
The Center at Twenty-Three Hundred
The Center at Twenty-Three Hundred is a state-of-the-art multipurpose venue. Its versatility and amenities make it an ideal location for a wide range of events from performing arts and receptions to meetings and seminars. There are three event spaces. First, the Friedman Courtyard is a brick terrace surrounded by lush trees offering shade throughout the year, and it can accommodate 200 people for a reception. Then there's the Dramatic Lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows and built-in granite counter that can be used for guest registration or reception space for 80 people. The third space is the largest room, The Grand Hall, has a chameleon quality with its neutral colors that can change with the turn of a knob. Thousands of lighting options can transform this room instantly. The room is equipped with a fully operational stage with theatrical lighting and a 20-foot screen, A/V loft, production room and a good old-fashioned dressing room. The fourth space, KOH Library and Cultural Center, can be rented for smaller events or used as pre-event space. It has a ceiling-mounted projection system with built-in sound, a small stage, natural lighting and shades to create the perfect atmosphere. The Center at Twenty-Three Hundred is five miles from the Sacramento Convention Center and two miles from Cal Expo. For more information, click here for our services team.
The Grand Hall
Square Feet 6,000