PTALA is the in-house marketing arm of a large real estate investment firm and specializes in the marketing of brands within our iconic venues nationwide, including Washington DC’s nationally renowned Union Station, Faneuil Hall in the heart of downtown Boston, South Station in Boston, Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami, The Plaza Hotel a timeless landmark in New York City, Beverly Connection retail center in Los Angeles, Harborplace lifestyle center and mall in Baltimore’s inner harbor, San Antonio’s unique Rivercenter mall on the famous Riverwalk, and The Bravern, in Seattle's highly sought after Bellevue neighborhood where the advertising opportunities are second to none.
With a current reach in excess of one hundred million people per year, PTALA offers one of a kind experiences to any advertiser looking to truly dominate in any of our markets, whether it be through creating an out-of-home execution, complete takeover of one of our properties, one-of-a-kind experiential event, pop-up store, in-window execution on premises, interactive displays, stunts or prop display, sponsorship/naming rights campaigns, and even the production of large-scale events such as Earth Month 2013 in Union Station. Please don't hesitate to contact us for any of your OOH Advertising or Experiential Sponsorship needs.
Please don't hesitate to contact Byron Appel for any of your OOH Advertising or Experiential Sponsorship needs.
Union Station is a truly iconic destination in the United States - an absolutely gorgeous rail terminal built by renowned architect Daniel H. Burnham. As the gateway to the nation's capital and the primary means of entry and exit, it has unbelievable exposure. It is the number one most visited tourist destination in Washington D.C. and the third most visited tourist destination in the world. Over 40M visitors pass through each year, and 75% of all Capitol Hill employees come in and out of Union Station daily. As the busiest stop on the Metro and the second busiest train station in the United States (behind Penn Station), there is no better mechanism to reach Washington, D.C.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is one of the most premier urban marketplaces in the United States, and welcomes over 20 million annual visitors. It has become synonymous with the city of Boston itself, and is located within steps of all major Boston attractions. Forbes Magazine ranked it #4 on a list of the 'Most Visited Sites in America', and Travel & Leisure ranked it #7 on the list of the 'World's Most-Visited Tourist Attractions.' The four signs at the main entrances to Quincy Market are highly coveted opportunities to achieve branding and exposure on a 'wicked' scale.
The Beverly Connection
The Beverly Connection Retail Center, located right where Beverly Hills meets West Hollywood, is a very popular shopping destination in Los Angeles. It boasts retailers such as Old Navy, City Target, Marshall’s, Jamba Juice, Nordstrom Rack, T.J. Maxx, and CVS. Nestled on La Cienega Drive, between West 3rd Street and Beverly Blvd, the Beverly Connection boasts outstanding outdoor advertising opportunities on its numerous faces. This area of LA in general is unbelievably bustling and these signs are seen by an immense number of commuters and shoppers.
The Harborplace, located in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, is the city's premier shipping and dining destination, with restaurants and stores such as The Cheesecake Factory, M&S Grill, H&M, Ripley's Believe it or Not, Johnny Rockets, and the only Urban Outfitters in the state of Maryland. The Harborplace and the Gallery, at the center of downtown and in the heart of Inner Harbor, draw 14 million visitors annually as Baltimore's #1 attraction. It is located just blocks away from Baltimore Raven's M&T Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Over the past ten years, more than $9 Billion has been invested in the Baltimore area across universities, transportation assets, and state and federal facilities.
The Alamo and the Riverwalk are the two most visited attractions in the great state of Texas, and the Rivercenter sits on top of both, in the heart of downtown San Antonio. San Antonio is a major hub for the financial services, government, healthcare, and tourism industries, and boasts the largest U.S. military presence of any city in the United States. Directly adjacent to the famous Henry. B Gonzalez convention center, the Rivercenter abuts two 1,000+ room hotels which welcome over 750,000 conference attendees each year alone. With its out of home media opportunities, the Rivercenter is the absolute best way to achieve exposure in San Antonio.
The Shops at the Bravern
Located in the Bellevue area of Seattle, which is commonly referred to as the 'Beverly Hills' of the Pacific Northwest, the Shops at the Bravern is a luxury retail center with a focused mix of luxury retail, office, and residential space. Two large office towers on the property house a captive audience of over 40,000 highly skilled Microsoft employees, and over 450 luxury residences sit atop the property. The Meydenbauer Convention Center, also located at the Bravern, sees over 250,000 annual visitors.
Bayside Marketplace is the most visited destination in Miami, welcoming approximately 24 million visitors annually. It is located directly adjacent to the American Airlines Arena (home to the Miami Heat), Bayfront Park (home to major Miami programming and events like Ultra Music Festival and the New Years Celebration) and the Port Miami, which is the most visited cruise ship terminal in the world. Bayside is a two-level, open-air center with over 140 stores, shops and restaurants, including national and regional merchants. Bayside also plays host to nightly musical performances, and hosts the Miami Walk of Fame, which celebrates Hispanic contributions to the world of TV and Film.
South Station located in Boston is New England’s largest commuter hub with over 46 million annual visitors. The historic train terminal, opened in 1898, now serves thousands of commuters, travelers, shoppers, and diners each day. Amtrak, MBTA rapid transit, and MBTA commuter rail all serve the station daily.
New York City
Located in the heart of New York City overlooking Central Park, The Plaza Hotel delivers unmatched luxury for its guests. Since its opening in 1907, The Plaza has become one of the world’s most celebrated hotels, welcoming notable guests including presidents, royalty, and countless celebrities through the years. Soon after the hotel celebrated its 100th birthday, it reopened in 2008 after an extensive lobby to roof renovation that welcomed the hotel into the 21st century. The $450-million restoration is evident in all of The Plaza’s spaces, from its lobby and luxury suites to its elegant event spaces and fine-dining establishments. The Plaza is one of New York City’s most iconic hotels, in part, because of the history that resides within its walls. In 1955, author Kay Thompson published her first Eloise book, which detailed the antics of the capricious Eloise who resides at The Plaza Hotel. Audiences adored mischievous Eloise, and The Plaza still celebrates her today with an Eloise Suite available for guests. Guess can also visit The Eloise Shop or enjoy an afternoon tea, Eloise style. The Plaza also served as the site of the film Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Much of this film, starring Macaulay Culkin, was filmed in the lobby.