MB America - Venues & Hospitality can help you make your next event stand out from the crowd, meet your objectives and go beyond your guests’ expectations.
With a team of in-house professionals and a portfolio of prestigious venues in Miami and Milan (Italy), we ensure our clients’ private, corporate, social events and productions have the WOW-factor.
In addition to our prestigious venues, we can offer our clients bespoke solutions in the planning, production and logistics elements related to the events to provide the highest level of quality, service and results:
Depending on our clients’ needs, we take care of all the aspects of the event, or just some of them, but always with a personal, professional and imaginative approach.
Located in the exclusive Miami Beach's Palm Island and on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay, 93 Palm is one of the oldest and most notorious estates in Miami. The colonial-style villa, once owned by gangster Al Capone, has been restored to its original glamour and is now available for tv, film and photo shoots. Built in 1922, the seven-bedroom mansion features plenty of historic architectural details, suggestive scenarios and natural backdrops including a two-story cabana house, a 30'x60' swimming pool, a decked veranda and a private sandy beach and a black-and-gold Art Deco powder room. Sealed inside security gates and encircled by a tall masonry wall, the property occupies a 30,000 sq ft lot with 100 ft of water frontage on Biscayne Bay.
In the heart of Miami's storied Art Deco district, the exclusive Orchid House is a private retreat of soul-stirring architectural beauty. Mirroring the luminous beauty of the Mediterranean, this luxuriously intimate haven just steps from the beach pairs stylish, modern spaces with earthy white-washed Italian stone to create a villa of unparalleled style and beauty. From finishes to fixtures, this sophisticated and secluded villa whispers the singular design style of the late Wallace Tutt, whose renowned Versace Mansion set the design standard for generations of trendsetters.
Behind Milan's Navigli Neighborhood and just a stone's throw from from the Italian city's Design and Fashion District, W37 is an extraordinary example of industrial archeology completely restored in 2015. Originally built in 1920s, W37 is a former Richard Ginori porcelain factory which has been renewed and revitalized to provide a contemporary blank canvas events space, lofts, apartments and offices with a light and airy aesthetic. This industrial chic site also feature parking facilities, gardens and indoor green rooms.