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Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center Event

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center Corporate Event

The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, named after former United States President Ronald Reagan, is the first federal building in Washington, D.C. designed for both governmental and private sector purposes.

Address: 1300 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20004

Event Spaces

Our building ranks among the best in design and function, for good reason. During the initial planning phase, the world's top meeting and event planners contributed their recommendations to the building's architectural plan. The result is an event and conference center that incorporates all of today's optimum features. From a small, intimate gathering, to a stately affair of international significance, our building offers event spaces to accommodate every occasion.

Fifteen meeting rooms comprise five meeting suites – ideal for a conference of 20 or a presentation for 1,000. Each suite offers a pre-function area with video monitors to broadcast meeting schedules, satellite channels or conference events.

Thoughtful attention has been given to the little things too… such as tackable wall surfaces for presentations, built-in shelves for standup displays and in-room glass showcases to display products and bring natural light into each suite. We also offer a 625-seat Amphitheater, two exquisite ballrooms, dramatic exhibition space and many other signature reception spaces.

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