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Toronto’s Brickworks Aims to Complete Event Spaces by Sept. 24

The Evergreen Brick Works, in northeast Toronto, is aiming to complete new event spaces by Sept. 24.


May 17, 2010

The Evergreen Brick Works, in northeast Toronto, is aiming to complete new event spaces, by Sept. 24, that will provide additional options for the city’s meeting and event planners.

For instance, the Centre for Urban Sustainability, a LEED Platinum building, will house a number of spaces. On the ground floor will be the 2,850-sq.-ft., double-ceiling-height BMO Atrium, hosting 220 for sit-down events; the 412-sq.-ft. cooking classroom, accommodating 35 for sit-down; and the 790-sq.-ft. Evergreen Class Room, seating 66 for dinner.

South of that building will sit the Discovery Gardens, an 11,000-sq.-ft. open-concept building with a capacity of 250.

Also at the south end of the Centre for Urban Sustainability, the 3,445-sq.-ft. Welcome Centre will host up to 427. At the site’s east end, the Kiln Gallery will feature exhibit space of 24,111 sq. ft.

Open for business is the 27,000-sq.-ft., open-shed pavilion ideal for large-scale events such as festivals, galas and fundraisers.

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