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What’s happening in Salisbury, North Carolina business – the latest news from the Salisbury Business Center.
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Located in the heart of Downtown Salisbury, the Salisbury Business Center is ideal for meetings of two people to 76 people.
The Salisbury Business Center has three conference rooms and a stadium style, state-of-the-art auditorium that comfortably seats up to 76 people.
The Business Nook and Lobby are idea for hors d’ourves and registration, and our full-time staff is reliable, friendly, and on-hand for all conference needs.
Concierge service, on-site catering, ample parking and complimentary wi-fi are all available from the Salisbury Business Center.
Conference rooms have been used for meetings, interviews, keyman space, teleconferencing, and depositions and the auditorium has been used for seminars, speakers, annual meetings, and more.
The Salisbury Business Center is within walking distance of some of the city’s best restaurants, unique shopping, local hotspots, and historic districts.
To schedule a visit and to learn more, call Sharon Baker at (704) 209-4589 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are planning a wedding, there are quite a few traditional and non-traditional options for wedding venues in Downtown Salisbury, North Carolina.
The Heritage Room is a lovely space that accommodates up to 175 people. This space is great for wedding, proms, conferences, and even baby showers.
Meroney Theater is a non-traditional venue. This historic theater would give a wedding quite a flair. Why not get married right on stage? There is also a large rehearsal studio space that is available for rental for parties, weddings, or receptions.
The Norvell Theater, Salisbury’s resident children’s theater, is another great non-traditional option. This intimate space is beautiful and has been customized for a number of events.
Lee Street Theatre is a perfect venue for a wedding. Lee Street’s staff will professional stage and light your wedding and reception and help plan your event every step of the way.
The Rowan Museum is a truly romantic space for a wedding. The Messinger Room has a wrap-around interior balcony, outdoor balconies, and a beautiful garden for your guests. The exterior of the museum is stately and ideal for the perfect wedding photos.
If you are looking for something a little bit more traditional, check out the Historic Salisbury Depot. This 1908 Salisbury Railway Passenger Station is a spacious and elegant and includes the former Grand Waiting Room, two parlors, former ticket booth, catering kitchen, large adjacent covered concourse, and trellised garden.
If a larger space is what you require, of over 300+ people, check out the F&M Trolley Barn. The open floor plan allows for wedding planning creativity.
Don’t forget about transportation! You can rent a traditional trolley too!
If you have ever visited Salisbury, North Carolina, then you know just how lovely it is. Public art lines the streets. Restored historic homes and buildings provide old-world Southern charm. There are unique shopping spots and eclectic cafes and eateries. Families stroll the walkways or bike the streets. Art galleries and theatres, music venues, and farmer’s markets are city hot spots. Nearly every weekend in the spring, summer, and fall, there is a festival where streets are shut down and fun abounds.
Salisbury is a true gem of a city. Where else can you eat a famous Hap’s hot dog, buy a couture wedding gown at Bellissima, peruse stunning art at Pottery 101, visit a late 19th century oil painting at Old Sarum Gallery, see a wonderful production at the Norvell Children’s Theater, and then have a high-gravity beer and a pie at the Salty Caper, all within a three-block radius?
If you are looking to plan a wedding, hold a seminar, or rent a conference room, Downtown Salisbury is just the place.