This New Philly Wedding Venue Sits 50 Floors Above Center City

The views are unreal.

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Vue on 50’s largest ballroom, as viewed from the mezzanine. Photo by Theerapon Pureksa

Take your wedding to new heights—or, in true Beyoncé fashion, put your love on top—at Vue on 50, a new wedding venue on the edge of Center City. Situated in the former Top of the Tower space at 3 Logan Square, Vue on 50 features breathtaking 270-degree views of Philly from a full 50 floors up. Reopened by Clayre Cardi of Kaleidoscope Weddings, the event planning firm behind some of our favorite Philly weddings, the venue held its first wedding-related private event—a glam engagement party—earlier this month, and it’s ready and waiting for yours.

At Vue on 50, brand-new white paneling laid out across both ballrooms makes for a bright, modern and sleek look. Natural sunlight bounces off the walls during the day, and at night, the city lights become the perfect setting for romantic nuptials. Twenty-foot high ceilings accommodate a mezzanine level in both of the property’s ballroom spaces. (The mezzanine in “Vista,” the larger ballroom space, is home to a private bridal suite with a bathroom, while the second-story space in Observatory, the smaller ballroom, is open for seating.) The “Gallery,” or the hallway area after you emerge from the elevators, is perfect for cocktail hour, and you can easily avoid the need for a venue change or flip by hosting your ceremony in Observatory and reception in Vista.

Now, on to the nitty-gritty: Vue on 50 boasts a grand total of 18,000 square feet of event space. The Observatory can hold up to 160 people (120 without the mezzanine), while Vista has room for 200 with a band, 220 with a DJ, and 250 if you’re going with a cocktail-style reception.

When it comes to food, you decide! Vue on 50 has partnerships with 12th Street Catering, Brulée Catering, Garces, Perfect Setting Catering and Sage Catered Events, so you’ll be in good hands no matter which route you go.

Buyouts start at $5,400 for Fridays and Sundays and $6,000 for Saturdays. These base fees include round tables and champagne-colored chairs.

Take a peek at photos below, and prepare to be swept off your feet!

A wider shot of one of the ballroom spaces, decorated for an engagement party. Photo by Theerapon Pureksa

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A closer look at the venue’s champagne-colored chairs. Event décor by Rini Singh, photo by Theerapon Pureksa


A look at the mezzanine. Photo by Baiada Photography

The view from the mezzanine, looking down at the Vista ballroom. Photo by Theerapon Pureksa

View of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from the windows during the day. Photo by Baiada Photography

The view from Vue on 50 at night. Photo by Philip Gabriel Photography

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