There's currently a development application sitting with the city and it's aiming to make some minor adjustments to the existing space in order to turn it into a venue with a 2,700-person capacity.
Lauren Yee, 25, travelled from Waterloo to Toronto to attend the weekend-long concert. She was excited about the lineup, which included Father John Misty and Ghostface Killah. Since the forecast called for hot and sunny weather, some of her friends brought reusable water bottles along with them in order to stay hydrated.
Residents at the Dundas West-area house have been throwing parties and concerts for years, but this is the first time the city's shut one down.
What started as a series of house parties in a Spadina Avenue loft in 2007 has now morphed into a beast of social activism and marque nightlife events. These are massive, grimy dance parties thrown in unconventional spaces across Toronto. Party people can get down on it and do something really good for the world - without even trying or even necessarily knowing it.