How do we book?

Booking is easy. We handle all contracts and payments right online! We do require a non-refundable 50% deposit to hold your date and the remainder is due a month before your event.

How many people can you accommodate?

The Lincoln Loft can accommodate up to 150 seated guests for a dinner reception. 150+ if you're open to a non-traditional reception / floor plan. Ask to see our floor plan options. 

*Although our space is large enough to accommodate 150+ we think the sweet spot for the space is 100-125 guests.

What is included in our space rental?

-4,362 square feet of our newly renovated, naturally lit venue.

-Our handmade wooden tables and classic bentwood chairs.

-Set up and breakdown of tables and chairs.

-Five high top wooden cocktail tables.

-Free downtown parking behind the building.

-An on-site event attendant / day-of-coordinator.

-Simple white place settings to include flatware.

-Our rolling bar & bar services (pending license approval).

-Access to our preferred vendors list / recommendations.

-On site catering prep area.

- A getting ready room complete with lounges, natural light, dressing area, dress racks & more.

-Restrooms available on site.

-Heat & air conditioning.

-Optional upgrades list.

Can we bring in our own vendors?

Yes, of course you can. We do have a list of preferred vendors that we have worked with before and would love to share that with you. We do ask that any new vendors provide us with a certificate of insurance.

Do you have special PLV x Lincoln Loft packages?

Yes! We would love to share that with you at your tour.

Is this space handicap accessible?

Yes and the building just installed a new ADA certified elevator.

Where do we park?

There is a big parking lot behind the Lincoln Building. There is also some street parking in the square if you're lucky enough to grab a spot -- see the map page on the next tab over!

Have another question? Shoot us an email or give us a call! Happy to answer any questions you might have about our space.

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