If you’re looking for the best place to host your next big meeting or event, you've found it. The Horse Barn, home of the Posner Center for International Development, is comprised of 50% shared space or common areas, most of which is available for rent. Find out how and where you can host your next big event or meeting by checking out the spaces below. And, for more information on our space rentals, please check out our Policies & Pricing Document. Or, if you're looking for an opportunity to have space donated to you, check out our one-pager on ways you may do so.
Available for Rental
Commons / Kitchen
Our Biggest Event Space
Our Commons is centrally located in our bottom floor, the most adaptable of our spaces, and hosts the most amount of people. Rent it for your next big thing and impress everyone.
Conference Room 150
The Perfect Meeting Room
This conference room is downstairs, on our main floor, and is perfect for your next meeting. It holds a small group and has a white board wall for all of your big ideas.
Board Room 230
Make Decisions, Host a Training
Our Board Room is an incredibly functional space where you’re able to do anything from host a lunch, provide a training, or have your next Board meeting and get things done.
A Host of Possibilities
Trainings, presentations, Board meetings, meet-ups, speaking engagements, dialogues, strategic planning sessions…you name what can be done in a classroom, and this room can do it. With two wall-sized white boards and a set of mobile tables, let your ideas fly.
Flex Rooms 151 or 240
Small Meetings, Big Ideas
Need to be on a Skype call? Need to have a brainstorm with your team? Need to work out some thoughts on a wall-sized white board, draw on some glass, or use our chalkboard squares to hash out a thought? Hop into one of our flex rooms and make things happen.
When One Room Isn't Enough
If you’re looking to host an event that will take more than just one of our spaces, we offer an option of renting the majority of our building, so you can have break-out groups, multiple, concurrent sessions, hang artwork, or use white boards around the space to pose questions to your guests.