The Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center at Yale University is a conference facility available for use by international leadership programs and Yale-affiliated events.
Located steps away from New Haven's vibrant downtown, the Greenberg Conference Center is the perfect place for your next event. The building is designed to accommodate a wide range of activities, from conferences and corporate retreats to receptions and dinners.
The structure, designed by the firm of Robert A. M. Stern, former Dean of the Yale School of Architecture, opened in the summer of 2009. As a “green” building, the Center’s design, construction, and operations conform to benchmarks set by the U.S. Green Building Council and is LEED Gold certified. The Center has been certified as an “E-Level” Green Workplace through the Yale Office of Sustainability since April 2011.
Address + PO Box
391 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511
P.O. Box 208274
New Haven, CT 06520
Phone + Fax
Phone: (203) 436-5866
Fax: (203) 436-8028
The Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center is located just to the north of the Leitner Observatory and is connected to Betts House on Prospect Street. There is a large blue Yale sign labeled “Betts House” next to two stone columns that are marked 391 and 393 Prospect Street, respectively. If traveling from the south, this driveway is the second on the right past the intersection of Edwards Street and Prospect Street.
This is a one-way drive that leads to a parking lot immediately to the right of the Center. The lot is in between the Center and Leitner Observatory and does not require a parking pass for guests of the facility.
To exit the lot, please drive south towards the Observatory and use their driveway to reach Prospect Street.
Please notify us if more than 20 parking spots are needed so coordination with other lots can be made. Overflow parking may be available at the Observatory.
The Center is located on the Yale Shuttle’s blue line with the closest stop being Yale Divinity School.