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November 13th, You're Invited: The Octagon's Grand Opening Gala

Updated 3 weeks ago
The Octagon's Amenities Tower
The Octagon's Amenities Tower

If Roosevelt Island, as many believe, is New York City's best kept secret, then The Octagon is Roosevelt Island's. Now, you're invited to see why. Come to 888 Main Street between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13th, for the Grand Opening Gala of The Octagon's historic tower. See how the community space has been updated without losing the history that makes it irresistible.

The Octagon's Grand Opening Gala is free, but you are asked to register to help the management team plan. The Octagon is nestled in-between Roosevelt Island's northern string of parks and playgrounds and is easily accessible by a walk along Main Street, a free RIOC Red Bus from anywhere and The Q102 from the Motorgate Parking Garage.

There's plenty to see in public spaces ringing the spiral stairway from the lobby, but don't forget the themed food offerings.

The Octagon's 8 Points of Balanced Living:

The menu

Hospitality Bruschetta

Neighborhood Pulled Pork Sliders

Connectivity Buffalo Chicken on Celery Skewers, Blue Cheese Dip

Comfort Mini Mac and Cheese Bites

Opportunity Blinis w Smoked Salmon/Caviar

Wellness Kale Cucumber Cups

Tranquility Lavender Shortbread

Beauty Profiteroles w Rosewater Cream and Strawberries

See you there for a magical evening of exclusive tours and networking plus delicious bites and a hyper-local perspective of 8 Points of Balanced Living. 

Be sure to register here.

Can't attend this event? Contact a leasing professional to learn more and schedule a private tour.

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