Seminar Room

Seminar & Event Room
This well-appointed presentation room will seat up to 100 people. We also have tables you can use.  When you rent the room, you get:

  • Audio visual equipment
  • Sound system
  • Video and phone conferencing
  • WiFi
  • Ice maker, refrigerator, water

You can set up the [ccm] Seminar Room for lunch, breaks or cocktails.  It’s up to you to set up, hire the caterer, decide whether you want lunch or not. We’ll facilitate your stay and assist you as you request.

Seminar room rental rates:
Half day: $250     Full day: $400    Evenings: $200

Conference or Small Meeting Room, Master Office Suite

The conference/small meeting room is in our private suite. It can become a conference room or a classroom, perfect for training up to 20 people. When you rent the room or the master office suite, you get:

  • Access to a host or hostess for coffee, drink and snack service.
  • Video and phone conferencing
  • WiFi
  • Large HDTV screen

You will be responsible for set-up, and for catering if you plan to serve food. We’ll facilitate your stay and assist as you request.

[ccm] Floor Plan

Meeting Room
The private meeting room seats up to 30. It’s perfect for larger meetings, training, conferences, seminars and workshops.
Meeting Room rental rates:
Half day: $175    Full day: $300    Evenings: $150

Master Office Suite
The Master Office has a fully outfitted desk, computer, conference seating for eight and private bath.
Master Office Suite rental rates:
Half day: $100    Full day: $150     By the hour: $55

Private Offices (2)
Your office away from home. Perfect for private meetings or to get away. Bring your laptop and phone.
Private Office rental rates:
Half day: $75    Full day: $125    By the hour: $40

Conference Rooms (2)
Six or eight seats, both conference rooms are comfortably appointed.
Conference Room rental rates:
Half day: $125    Full day: $200    By the hour: $75

Creative Spaces (2)
Choose from a table for eight or a drawing room that seats up to 12. Perfect for a day of brainstorming.
Creative Space rental rates:
Half day: $100    Full day: $150

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[ccm] room rental rates

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