Three spaces, each with a unique character
It is rather appropriate that Robert Hall has seen so many different uses over the years. Now the building has taken on a new life with event spaces, boutique accommodations, and an aesthetic that reflects its history, character and neighborhood connections. We have been very thoughtful to honor the building and the entrepreneurs who built their businesses here through the style and design of each space.
Robert Hall features three distinct private event spaces that can be used together or reserved individually.
A space unlike any other, Capone’s resides on the second floor of Robert Hall. Through a set of stunning 1920s brass entry doors are 2,500 sq ft of gathering space filled with natural lighting. Its period-inspired tin ceiling, rich naval blue walls and salvaged knotty pine paneling set the mood for the authentic 1920s mahogany bar — said to have come from one of Al Capone’s hangouts in Bellemont, Michigan. Authentic down to the restored 1914 antique brass cash register and metal “vault” door, it creates a fascinating tale to tell over cocktails at a reception or among curious guests at your next party.
The Vault room offers 2,500 sq ft on the first floor preserved in its original, industrial look. Gray block walls, brick columns and exposed sawmill plank wood truss ceiling give you the feel of being in a secret space. Yet, The Vault connects to a 700 sq ft fully equipped commissary kitchen, perfect for caterers and pop-up restaurant innovators.
The Garden outdoor patio space offers 2,100 sq ft that encompasses two outdoor fireplaces, beautiful trees and landscaping, and entertainment areas with ample seating. The Garden is also where you’ll find a wishing well that was discovered on the grounds during renovations, adding a touch of elegance and imagination to your next reception or intimate gathering.