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There’s No Place Like Perelman


Over this past summer, University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman Quadrangle has undergone extensive renovations to preserve the original features of Houston Hall and Penn Commons - the open, outdoor area between College Hall and Houston Hall that has become a popular space for events.


“Over my forty years here at the University of Pennsylvania, I’ve seen many changes to the event spaces, each to restore the building’s historical charm and add key technical fea- tures,” said Thomas Hauber, executive director of the Perelman Quadrangle. “The construction that took place this summer expands on the changes that have already been made, making it more accessible for technology and activi- ties to take place on campus in Houston Hall’s Marketplace.”


Built in 1896, Houston Hall remains the center of campus life as an engaging space where students, faculty, alumni and guests gather. A multimillion-dollar renovation in 2000 restored the building back to its 19th century charm while updating the facilities to meet current needs.


Houston Hall features 14 rooms and facilities, in addition to Perelman Quadrangle’s Irvine Auditorium, the ARCH, Iron Gate Theater, and central pool of classrooms. The variety of spaces proves to be a selling point for conferences, sympo- siums, business meetings, special events and so much more.


Adorned with dramatic gargoyles, Irvine Auditorium is one of the renowned architectural features on the University’s cam- pus. Impressive interior murals depict the philosophical his- tory of the university and the Main Hall boasts a seating capacity of 1,259 and is desirable for lectures, keynotes,


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orchestral performances, comedy shows, concerts and more. The historic building also is home the famous Curtis Organ, the 11th largest pipe organ in the world.


Penn Commons and College Green are two beautiful outdoor spaces that also are managed through the Perelman Quadrangle. Penn Commons, at the heart of campus, offers ample room for large events, cocktail hours, team building or meet and greets and is able to host a tented option for up to 600 guests. College Green, a distinguished location, features eclectic art, brick pathways and rolling green hills that is per- fect for festivals, social events and outdoor occasions.


“With comprehensive event spaces in five diverse buildings on campus as well as outdoor event spaces, we’re able to accommodate unparalleled experiences for every client. We strive to ensure guests will have a memorable time at our event facilities and share their positive feedback with col- leagues, members of related organizations, friends and fami- ly,” said Britny Molloy, event sales coordinator for the Perelman Quadrangle. “Our team goes the extra mile to ensure each event is unique, memorable and worth recom- mending!”


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