Introducing the Huntley-Evans Building and the Brandview Ballroom
Are you looking for a unique or historic venue for your wedding? Weddings can definitely be a historic event in your life, and choosing a venue with its own historical significance can make the day even more memorable. You can create the ultimate experience for your guests by inviting them to witness your vows and celebrate your special day in an historic landmark, rich in history and classic beauty. California is full of historic places, why don’t you make a little southern California history of your own at Brandview Ballroom located in the historic Huntley-Evans building in Glendale!
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995, the Huntley-Evans building in all its Art Deco glory was designed in 1921 by architect Alfred F. Priest. Boasting the city’s first elevator, the three-story building at the corner of Brand Boulevard and Harvard Street was considered the city’s finest business structures of its day. In 1922, it became home to The Famous Department Store, Glendale’s first department store and just about the whole city turned out for the Saturday night opening party to marvel at the grandeur as the Shrine orchestra played in the background. Lovingly restored in 1995, the Huntley-Evans building continues its tradition of hosting some of the city’s grandest events as home to the Brandview Ballroom, Anoush Catering’s newest premiere wedding venue.
The buildings storied past and timeless elegance make it a perfect Southern California wedding venue. Outside, Art Deco architectural features, floor to ceiling windows overlooking Americana at Brand, and colorful Art Deco awnings creating an inviting entry point. Inside, the venue hints of timeless elegance with history having been impeccably preserved. Luxurious furnishings, Italian onyx crystal chandeliers, gold-leafed iron railings, and a dramatic spiral staircase are wrought with Art Deco elegance. From the buff hued tufted walls to the crystal chandeliers and gold leafed iron railings, the location can become a perfect backdrop for any special event. With over 13,000 square feet of banquet space, the Brandview Ballroom, inside the historical Huntley-Evans building, is ready to host the wedding or special event of your dreams.
Aside from its historic appeal, the Brandview Ballroom is modern facility that can accommodate groups from 100 – 500 and offers full audio visual capabilities, valet parking and other modern amenities. . The historic Huntley-Evans building is majestic and elegant; perfect for charming your guests and making your event a success. Whether your wedding is modern, traditional or something in-between, Anoush Catering, the Brandview Ballroom and the Huntley-Evans building can make your wedding historic!