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Renovation Complete!

Now booking 2021 + 2022!

Oh, the Possibilities

MEET THE NEW VENUE IN TOWN

The HarMac Event Space resides in the historic

Harper & McIntire building in downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Completed in 1922, the building was originally a warehouse

and shipping facility for Harper & McIntire's industrial hardware.

The company also procured their own line of hand-crafted

tools, coined "HarMac" - thus, our shared name.

In 2015, the property was purchased and restored

to reflect it's original industrial character and charm.

In 2020, the second floor of the building was re-purposed

into a venue, by Travis Newell. The HarMac has been

meticulously designed to showcase it's industrial roots and stunning proportions. No stranger to the event industry,

Mr. Newell is also the owner of Unique Events,

a respected event design and entertainment business.

Highlights of the event space include

the building's exposed brick walls, natural light,

original metalwork, and stately pillars.

The flexibility of this distinctive venue allows guests

to enjoy it year-round, for many different uses, including

weddings, private events, corporate functions, and more. 

Building images by Macy Marie Photography

Cocktails & Connections

Elevated drinks with authentic service

We believe that your occasion deserves to be celebrated,

which is why we offer a variety of your favorite drinks and beers, including our hand-crafted cocktails and custom-made ice. 

We offer a heightened bar experience with experienced, friendly bartenders, custom curated cocktails that you will love to look at almost as much as you love to drink, and drinks served in glass, not plastic.

The HarMac is the perfect setting to sip a libation

or catch up on conversations with beloved friends and family.

Let us show you the difference between ordering a drink

and experiencing a true art form.

“Here's to a sweetheart, a bottle, and a friend.

The first beautiful, the second full, the last ever faithful.”