Modern aesthetics, industrial coffee shops, and wind-powered vessels: here a eleven gorgeous Toronto spaces for you to consider for your next event. Heck, you might want to plan a party just to check ’em out. If so, count us in.
Event planning starts with finding the perfect space and if you’re planning an event in Toronto or looking for some celebration inspiration, we’re here to help. From a former metal factory in Queen West, to an industrial chic cafe in The Annex, and an old sewing factory building in Trinity, these unique spaces are full of character and will delight you and your guests. We’ve even included the chicest sailing ship for your summer soiree (it’s never too early to start planning!) Here’s a look at our favorite Toronto go-to venue list:
Say hello to over 3,800 sqft of industrial glory. Located in the Queen West corridor, this gallery is available for events, weddings, and productions. We love the bright light, tall beams, and concrete floors.
Planning a workshop, gathering, or an intimate dinner? This brightly lit Leslieville studio is an open concept space with hardwood floors and exposed brick.
Nestled away on a seemingly industrial stretch of Geary Avenue at Dufferin & Dupont, this studio is a 3,000 square foot professional film studio and former recording studio. We love how this space magically transforms to suit the needs of so many creative projects.
Bright light, tall beans, concrete floors, and garage doors make this industrial chic cafe in Toronto a stand out. This space is a thoughtfully designed coffee shop by day, and event space by night in The Annex.
Book this space for a company party, holiday market, art show, or photoshoot and leave your mark on this blank-canvas space.
We love charming art spaces and this one for sure. Community hot spot, the Project Gallery, in is open to your ideas. Let your latest dreams run wild.
Rent this space for dinner parties, photo shoots, or just to sit and meditate. Our favorite part about this space is the massive rooftop with a spectacular 360 degree view of downtown Toronto’s skyline.
Located in the heart of Rosedale, this space is a 1,200 square foot blank canvas for corporate parties, private events and pop-up shops.
This space has a unique, artistic look that lends itself well to a diverse range of functions. They host photoshoots, pop-up shops, and even keep a bar out back for events.
Let the gentle lap of the ocean beneath the Empire Sandy lull you into party mode. The Empire Sandy is Canada’s largest passenger sailing ship and is perfect for weddings, corporate functions, dinner dance events, canal tours and more.
We love discovering new spaces all over the city and are excited to share this list with you. We’re always ready to tell our community about new spaces and Toronto venues for them to discover – did we miss any of your favorite spots? We’d love to hear from you about your favorite places! Drop us a line or shoot us a note on twitter @thisopenspace.