Located on the heart of Downtown Miami , the soaring marble of the historic Alfred I. du Pont Building is one of the city’s most famous national historic landmarks and provides distinctive venues for special celebrations from wedding ceremonies and receptions to social galas. An integral part of Miami's history, the magnificent building was built like a bank vault in the 1930s, went onto to serve as the headquarters to the 7th Naval fleet in World War II and survived Great Depression to become one of the city’s most recognized and iconic structures. Beautifully restored to its former glory, both inside and out, the spectacular beauty now hosts exclusive, and history-making events in what is one of the country's most sought-after venues.

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Exuding a timeless grace and charm, the beautifully preserved the Art Deco skyscraper features over 22,000 square feet of flexible event space comprised of two elegant ballrooms, each with 30-foot beamed and hand-painted wooden ceilings, Tennessee marble floors, and a built-in private bar set behind an original hand-wrought bank teller window dating back to the 1930s. The North Ballroom can accommodate up to 150 guests for seated dinners and features a unique stage for bands, DJs or speeches, while the South Ballroom can host up to 550 people for seated dinners or gala balls.

Amenities and Facilities

The Alfred I. du Pont Building features over 22,000 square feet of flexible event space comprised of two elegant ballrooms, namely the North Ballroom and the South Ballroom. The North Ballroom is 6,500 square feet in size with distinct features such as an original iron-wrought bank teller window, a unique, elevated stage set over the former security vault boasting a 50,000-pound door, and a dance floor in the original bank vault. The North Ballroom can accommodate up to 150 guests for dinner and dancing in this one-of-a-kind space.

The South Ballroom 6,500 square feet of spectacular open-plan space with luxurious marble flooring and breathtaking city views of the Miami skyline from several large windows. The Ballroom can be transformed into a magical venue with personalized décor and lighting and can accommodate up to 550 people for dinner and dancing or cocktail receptions.


Services included with the rental of one of the Ballrooms include a professional event manager to take care of all the details on the day of the event, security for the duration of the event, a fully equipped kitchen for food prep only, and janitorial and technical staff on site. There is public or valet parking available for an additional fee. Guests are required to use their vendors for services such as catering, libations, entertainment and music, floral arrangements, décor and furniture, photography and videography.

General Information

The iconic Alfred I. du Pont Building is located at 169 East Flagler Street in Miami, is wheelchair accessible and offers public or valet parking for an additional fee.

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169 East Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33131, Phone: 305-777-1637

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