Kevin Ramsawack joins The Glasshouse as Director of Sales

Glasshouses announces the appointment of Kevin Ramsawack as Director of Sales of The Glasshouse. Ramsawack joins the management team of Jack Guttman, Alex Holiday and Megan Lerchenmuller to launch the company’s new flagship event space at 660 12th Avenue, New York City. The new waterfront Glasshouse joins the company’s 13-year-old Glasshouse Chelsea, offering state-of-the art, flexible event spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows, enviable locations and sweeping city views.

Kevin Ramsawack, Director of Sales, The Glasshouse

Kevin Ramsawack brings more than twenty years of experience in the event industry from his long tenure at Neuman’s Kitchen special event and corporate caterers in New York and Philadelphia. Most recently Vice President of Sales and Events, Ramsawack was responsible for strategic planning and business development along with management of the company’s sales, service and marketing teams.

Among his accomplishments, Ramsawack cites the production of Neuman’s Kitchen’s holiday events at Pier 94 on the West Side Highway, annual symposiums for 1,500 guests at the David Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, the eight-day World Chess Championships at the Fulton Market Building as well as numerous weddings and non-profit events at venues such as the New York Public Library’s Astor Hall and Celeste Bartos Forum.

“We are excited to have Kevin join us as we re-enter the events industry in New York,” notes Jack Guttman, co-owner. Adds Alex Holiday, co-owner, “We’ve collaborated with Kevin for many years and he knows our business and the city very well. Our team is truly full-steam ahead now and our exceptional space is well equipped and ready to meet the needs of the market.”

A resident of Queens, Kevin serves on the Long Island City YMCA Board of Directors where he has spearheaded the creation of a youth mentoring program and fundraising for children’s summer camps. He is also a founding member of Vistage Worldwide Executive Key Group, an advisory network for CEOs, owners and executives to grow their businesses. Ramsawack is committed to building businesses, developing talent and fostering connections to community. “I am thrilled to be joining such a forward-thinking team at Glasshouses,” he comments. “At a time when New York City is on the rebound, I am excited to share proof that events are back and that the way we are thinking about hosting events continues to evolve.“

The Glasshouse credit: H5 Property Inc.
The Glasshouse credit: H5 Property Inc.

About The Glasshouse

The largest private event space in Manhattan, The Glasshouse in New York City opens September 2021 in a striking setting overlooking the Hudson River at 660 12th Avenue. The 75,000-square-foot space expands on the legacy of Glasshouse Chelsea and is outfitted with cutting-edge lighting, audio, video, rigging and production systems. Designed as a “canvas without bounds,” the flexible space can be configured to include both large and small spaces, breakout areas, runways and multiple displays. With both indoor and outdoor spaces, The Glasshouse accommodates up to 1,850 guests and features sweeping views of downtown and midtown Manhattan and the Hudson River. Included for maximum event flexibility are two outdoor terraces, pre-function spaces, a VIP Lounge, a 5,000-square-foot chef’s kitchen and several green rooms. From corporate, social, and nonprofit events to weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, product launches and fashion shows, The Glasshouse provides a timeless, clean aesthetic that enables any vision to come to life. For a VR tour of the new Glasshouses space, please click here., Instagram: @the.glasshouses, email: 212.242.7800

About Glasshouses

Glasshouses consists of The Glasshouse, 660 12th Avenue, New York, NY; and Glasshouse Chelsea, 545 West 25th Street, New York, NY, with both locations offering a collection of multi-functional modern event spaces designed for visionary and epic experiences.