The Grand Prospect Hall in Park Slope, is truly one of the crown jewels of Brooklyn's historic places to visit like the Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden and The Brooklyn Museum.
The Grand Prospect Hall was built in 1892 by developer John Kolle who hired architect Ulrich J. Huberty to create this magnificent 4 story, French Renaissance style building. The Grand Prospect Hall was the first electrified commercial building in Brooklyn.
The current owners of The Grand Prospect Hall Michael and Alice Halkias have lovingly restored the building after it had fallen into disrepair over 20 years ago.
Today, on a busy week there are up to 20 events going on, such as concerts, office parties, corporate events, weddings and there will be a New Year's Eve celebration in the Majestic Victorian Grand Ballroom. The evening will be complete with a cocktail reception, 5 course dinner, open bar and viennese dessert trays. There will be noise makers, top hats, party favors, music, dancing, The Prospect Follies floor show and a spectacular light show!
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