The Triplex of the building known as 632 on Hudson comprises the top three floors and totals approximately 4,500 square feet with a 1,000 square foot roof garden.
Beneath an "Italian Renaissance" ceiling mural, a central 40-foot atrium with a grand staircase links the various areas of the venue.
An art deco lounge outfitted with a full-sized bar, a Chinese bedroom/den, a re-creation of an Edwardian kitchen with chef-grade range and appliances, a dining area with a twelve-foot trestle table, the palatial upper suite and two bathrooms, and finally the rooftop garden with its gazebo created from a New York City water tank complete with a seated Buddha.
632 Below is the blank canvas counterpart to the triplex upstairs. Occupying the ground floor of the building, the open gallery-like space is easily decorated to suit a number of event situations including banquet-style dinners, cocktail parties, private performances, pop up shops, product launches, rehearsal dinners, as well as all sorts of culinary and wine events.
Tucked into the basement underneath 632 Below is a 1920's "Speakeasy", complete with its own Art Deco bar, a working kitchen and two bathrooms, which may be used in conjunction with 632 Below.