The verb "schedule" is used to denote a time (e.g."the meeting is scheduled for 8 am"). Is there a corresponding verb that denotes a place?
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A verb equivalent for schedule relating to place is site:
We have sited the morning reception in the Mangosteen Room.
Site the portable flux capacitors for maximum exposure to the antimatter stream.
The verb situate, "To place on or into a physical location", may be used. Alternatives include locate, fix a place, and set a venue. (Venue is a noun meaning "A place, especially the one where a given event is to happen".)
Edit As I note in a comment, one is more likely to hear sentences like the following
rather than "The meeting is situated in the conference room". If the meeting venue is under discussion, quite plausibly one might hear "We haven't decided where to situate the meeting", but again "We haven't decided where to hold the meeting" is more likely.
In facilities planning vs. meeting planning, cases using situate are a little more likely: "We haven't scheduled this plant because we haven't situated it yet."
As noted in comments, "schedule" works for locations too. But if you're looking for a location-specific word, try book (def. 27):