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Globe and Mail Launching Event Venue in May


TORONTO — The Globe and Mail is launching a purpose-built meeting and event venue at its new corporate headquarters in Toronto’s King East Design District, it was announced Feb. 1. The Globe and Mail Centre is accepting bookings for events beginning May 1.

Terrace at the upcoming Globe and Mail event venue.

Situated on the top two levels of the newspaper’s new home at 351 King Street East, near the downtown core, the Globe and Mail Centre features flexible spaces and breakout meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 400 people. Equipped with up-to-date digital AV technology and executive-level furnishings, the space features floor-to-ceiling glass and a backdrop of the city skyline and Lake Ontario.

An outdoor terrace offers 180-degree views of Toronto’s downtown skyline to the west, Lake Ontario and Toronto Islands to the south and the city’s east end.

Booking information is available at www.globeandmailcentre.com.

 

 



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10 Comments » for Globe and Mail Launching Event Venue in May
  1. Adam Crichton-Gold says:

    It’s a beautiful building that!

    Excited to see what arrives on that corner and immediate area.

    • Tanya Mora says:

      Hi Adam,

      We know there is a Starbuck’s and a freshii restaurant going in on the main floor of the building so far.

      There are some grand plans in this area in the years to come.
      The Globe and Mail is thrilled to be in our new home on the east side, yet still minutes away from the downtown core!

      Thanks, Tanya Mora
      Sales and Marketing Manager
      The Globe and Mail Centre

  2. Annalise says:

    Would have been helpful to include the venue’s contact person’s name, email and phone number in the article.

  3. Brian says:

    Wow looking forward to see, the space when it is ready!

    • Tanya Mora says:

      Hi Brian,

      I would like to invite you for a site tour in the next few weeks.
      It is still a construction site as we are opening in May, however I have a few extra hard hats and boots, and can take up to three guests along.
      You will definitely be saying wow once you see the city views form the top floor!

      Please email me at tmora@globeandmail.com to book your tour!

      Thanks, Tanya Mora
      Sales and Marketing Manager
      The Globe and Mail Centre

  4. Checked the website but only offers contact info for First Gulf construction & building mgmn’t. Who is managing the event space??

  5. Lori Smith says:

    Thank you for pointing out important missing information! Go to https://www.globeandmailcentre.com for booking information.

    • Tanya Mora says:

      Thanks Lori! Yes, definitely the website is the best place to start your event booking journey with The Globe and Mail Centre !

      Thanks, Tanya Mora
      Sales and Marketing Manager
      The Globe and Mail Centre

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