74Wythe (Brooklyn, NY): The space that once housed one of New York City’s most popular nightclubs, Output, is now reimagined as a multifunctional hospitality venue in its next chapter.
74Wythe is 15,000 square feet of hospitality spanning 3 stories across 4 interconnected spaces, offering virtually unlimited configurations. Each space delivers a unique design, while carrying common themes throughout and preserving the building’s 1929 origins. The entryway mosaic of 74Wythe pays homage to its history as a spice blending factory, formerly known as Superior Ingredients.
The Main Room, suitable for engagements ranging from a black tie fundraiser to a product launch, boasts a full-service bar, performance stage and a large Mezzanine with its own bathroom suites, additional bar and Greenroom overlooking the dance floor. The Main Room offers a full-service, dedicated kitchen; a coat check; and two exclusive street entrances to accommodate a variety of programming.
The expansive, redeveloped Rooftop offers west-facing waterfront and Manhattan skyline views from four distinct seating sections. The main roof deck is fully covered by a glass retractable canopy ensuring events will go on in all four seasons and regardless of weather.
Hidden behind a mop closet door lies a secret cocktail lounge where ice creations are showcased behind glass and a 16 foot back bar displays liquor as old as the building. A floor above, an adjoining private Loft is replete with a finishing kitchen, wine cellarage, and an adjacent Courtyard.