Located on 21st street in Chicago's Motor Row District, Mae District is a profoundly historic yet adaptable 10,000 square foot space. The original exposed brick and steel beams of Mae District have set a standard by which all other event spaces are judged.
With large windows filling the north wall of this room and rows of skylights lining the center aisle's 28 foot ceiling, The Palm Room features incredible light and an open, spacious atmosphere. Restored herringbone flooring lends character to the space, while pure white walls create the perfect canvas for your upcoming event.
June is the perfect setting for a cocktail reception or seated dinner. Floor to ceiling windows stretch across the south facing wall of the room, allowing for a surplus of natural light. In addition to original steal beams, this space features a built-in bar surrounded by restored tile that beautifully complements the herringbone floor, creating a clean, industrial feel in the room.
Jades is Mae District's center-most space, creating a bridge between the venue's two other main spaces. It features the same dark herringbone floor shared in its sister spaces, but with the added character of the building's original ceiling, which has been maintained since the early 1900's when it saw the likes of Al Capone and his cronies. Read more about the history that makes this space so rich here.
The Collection, our third floor space, includes a bridal suite, conference space, and full kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Whether the hub of activity for your next intimate gathering or the perfect green room for your grand event, this space holds unlimited potential. The Collection is the cherry on top of Mae District Event Gallery!
The Secret Garden, located just off of our June room, acts as an oasis in the City's buzzing South Loop. This space features a private outdoor patio lined with greenery and strings of market lights. The occasional hum of the nearby train line creates a peaceful, urban atmosphere that truly make this space the best kept "secret" in Chicago.