Wythe Hotel was created inside of a former cooperage built in 1901. It is located in Brooklyn's vibrant Williamsburg neighborhood, on the waterfront, just minutes from Manhattan via taxi, subway or ferry. All of the inherent character of the building has been meticulously preserved--its heavy yellow pine beams and ceilings, original masonry, arched windows and cast-iron columns are all on display. Ideal for film screenings and festivals, the screening room can also accommodate panel discussions and conferences. Fully equipped with projection and sound, the space can support Blu-ray, DVD, or stream via VGA or HDMI from laptops.