The Residency of the Consul General in New York
Last updated: 11/4/2013 //
The residence of the Norwegian Consul General in New York is a part private, part offical space the consulate uses for events and receptions intended to expand networks and cooperation between the United States and Norway. The residency hosts business related events that promotes Norwegian interests and products on the East Coast of the U.S.
The residence occupies 33rd and 34th floor of Sterling Plaza, a full-service condominium on the corner of 49th Street and Second Avenue, close to the United Nations and the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Midtown Manhattan. The roof terrace covering is used when hosting receptions during summer months.
The residence of the Consul General is used for both smaller and bigger events. Dining events are usually held with 30 people or less while on bigger events the penthouse can allow a maximum of 70 people for cocktails and snacks.
For more information about these services contact Martin Fossum at the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in New York.