The Centennial Memorial Temple (CMT) has been a landmark venue for 90 years and received landmarks status from the City of New York in 2017. Constructed in 1929 as part of The Salvation Army's United States Headquarters complex, the CMT sits right in the crossroads of some of New York City's most historic neighborhoods. Built in the beautiful art-deco tradition of the 1920's, the venue seats 1,347 people and still remains one of the most iconic venues in New York City history. The CMT has served the New York City community by hosting various events across many industries.
Elevator access to the concert venue for handicapped, disabled or other patrons is available through an alternate entrance—
The Markle Residence
123 W. 13th Street (between 6th and 7th avenues)
Please arrive at least 45 minutes early to make use of this method of access.
We understand that organizing an event is never easy, so we can help by providing an award-winning technical staff that can handle the pressure and give you peace of mind. Below are just some of the types of events that our staff can help you to facilitate:
We offer some of the most competitive rates for a 1,300+ seat venue f0r both corporate and non-profit organizations.
Please contact us for an event quote.
Wanting a more intimate space for a lot less amount of people? Railton Hall, located steps away from our main concert hall, can house up to 100 people for any kind of event.
Mumford Hall is our "flex-space" that can host your next luncheon, corporate meeting, or staff training in a small intimate setting that fits 220 people.