Brannon Civic CenterWhen this new, waterfront civic center opens in the fall, not only will event planners have a place to seat more than 600 people, the new Brannon Civic Center will include an outdoor terrace to highlight one of our area’s biggest assets… the Indian River. The new single-story, 13,900-square-foot civic center will offer:
The Brannon Civic Center is located at 105 South Riverside.
- a 6,500-sq-foot grand ballroom that’s flexible in size. The grand ballroom can be partitioned for smaller events or combined with adjacent multi-use spaces for a combined total more than 1,850 sq feet.
- a 340-sq-foot catering kitchen.
- a 1,950-sq-foot lobby area.
- administrative offices.
- larger restrooms.
- an outdoor green space on the south side of the building for viewing outdoor concerts and performances.
- and a 7,500-sq-foot terrace on the east side of the building that will maximize the river view. In some areas, the terrace will be as close as 20 feet to the seawall.
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