Hudson House

2 Chapel Ave
Jersey City, NJ

Elevate Your Forever

Contemporary with clean lines and a focus on our unsurpassed panoramic views. Situated at the end of Port Liberte in Jersey City, NJ, this structure is an arms’s length away from the Hudson River and boasts a panoramic view of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Verrazano Bridges, and of course the NYC Skyline.

Grand Ballroom

Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure the remarkable views of Manhattan’s skyline remain unobstructed. Cathedral ceilings and chandeliers that mimic twinkling lights of the city skyline are sure to leave you in awe.


400 Guests

Indoor/outdoor ceremony


Photo Galleries - Grand Ballroom

The Grounds at Hudson House

The grounds at Hudson House consist of beautiful gardens to go along with an unparalleled view of the city.



Amenities at Hudson House


This private space not only serves as a place for brides to decompress and freshen up, but its white walls and sleek design also serve as a great backdrop for photos. Pictures while getting ready are a must for one’s wedding day, and this is the perfect place to accomplish that.

Photo Gallery - Jackie & Rob's Wedding

Jackie and Rob celebrated their big day surrounded by their loved ones and a stunning view. Their ceremony was held in the outdoor space at Hudson House which made for a gorgeous setup with an unsurpassed view of the city. It was rare that the newlyweds left the dance floor of their reception, but they did so to end the night with gorgeous portraits of the city lights. Captured by: Morgan Taylor Artistry

Our History at Hudson House

Picturesque in its location at the end of Port Liberte, perched at the water’s edge Hudson House is New Jersey’s most inventive, contemporary event venue. With five expansive floors and over 40,000 square feet, and allowing groups up to 550, Hudson House is home to its own restaurant, two grand event spaces, and the captivating Stork Club rooftop lounge, all of which encompass some of Manhattan’s most stunning views.


Meet Your Memorymakers