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The Midwest Airlines Center



The Midwest Center

A convention center unlike any other, the Midwest Center opened for business in July, 1998. Specially designed carpeting throughout the entire facility allows delegates to enjoy an ambiance found only in the finest hotels. With its significant amount of glass allowing natural light to penetrate all common areas and over $1.2 million in commissioned artwork, convention attendees are offered ample opportunity to reconnect with the pulse of the city.

The exhibit hall can be reconfigured into separate halls ranging in size from 31,005 gross square feet to 188,695 gross square feet. Carpeted pre-function space allows for convenient registration for both exhibitor and customer.

Our breakout meeting rooms were designed by our customers to specifically address the need for multiple educational sessions. Separating the Midwest Center from other convention centers is the disproportionate amount of meeting space to exhibit space. Created to accommodate meetings in classroom or theater settings, the breakout rooms can be modified into a total of 28 individual rooms ranging from 825 to 8,280 gross square feet.

In addition to the ample breakout space, the Midwest Center boasts the tenth largest ballroom in the country at 37,506 square feet. At its largest configuration, the Grand Ballroom can accommodate 3,100 dinner guests or general session of up to 4,000. Like our meeting rooms, the Grand Ballroom is designed with wall ports, projection controls, coaxial cable, fiber optics, and high speed copper cabling. The Grand Ballroom can be divided into individual rooms ranging from 6,160 to 37,506 gross square feet.



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