The City of Trenton is a community with a rich history, with every corner boasting relics of the past. From the city’s architectural gems to its deep connections with the American Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, and more, there is no shortage of storied sights and sounds in our community. When we have the opportunity to breathe life into these spaces, we are given the distinct opportunity to bring our past along with us as we embark on a bold vision for the future. In the latest addition to Trenton’s evolving community, The Reserve, a luxury event space, has transformed the former First Trenton National Bank to a venue worth celebrating.
On Thursday, October 5th, the community came together to celebrate the opening of The Reserve, Trenton’s newest luxury venue. Whether you’re tying the knot, hosting a corporate outing, or are just looking to plan the celebration of a lifetime, The Reserve is certain to be the perfect backdrop for your next soirée. After a morning of hors d’oeuvres, champagne, and conversation, the ribbon was officially cut, marking the opening of this exciting new chapter for 1 West State Street.
Whether you’re looking to have a storybook wedding or celebrate a corporate event your employees won’t be soon to forget, The Reserve is a wonderful spot for any host. From intimate gatherings to the grandest of celebrations, there is no vision too ambitious for this adaptable setting. There are a number of packages available, tailored to suit any party planner’s needs. Offering coordinated services such as centerpieces, dining, entertainment, and more, once you’ve booked with this venue, all you need to worry about is determining your preferences for your special day!
The Reserve is housed in the former First Trenton National Bank building, a property whose history dates back to the very beginnings of our community’s history. Originally built in 1730, from 1740 to 1742, this property was the residence of Royal Governor Lewis Morris. In 1784, the property was renovated, converting the various chambers of the first floor to one grand, stately room, aptly named the Long Room. Shortly thereafter, this chamber would have the distinct honor to serve as the United States Capitol until December of that year. This location also holds significance as this venue was utilized for New Jersey’s ratification of the United States Constitution.
In 1837, the original property built at 1 West State was demolished, and in its place, the First Mechanics and Manufacturers Bank took the helm. One of Trenton’s architectural gems, this venue boasts towering, Corinthian-style columns, vaulted ceilings, and state-of-the-art lights and sounds, offering the perfect backdrop for any event. A venue that exists at the intersection of modern amenities and historic charms, one can’t help but be captivated by the grandeur and craftsmanship hidden between its walls.
To read more about The Reserve and how you can get started with planning your next event, please visit their website, linked here: The Reserve – Home. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about how to get started, please contact The Reserve team here: Contact Us – The Reserve. Cheers to The Reserve, as well as all of the wonderful celebrations to come right here in the Capital City!
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