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The top 5 new event venues in Toronto

The top new event venues in Toronto will let you host unforgettable parties in unique locations. From a restored mansion to an artsy loft, these relatively blank spaces will let your imagination run wild as you plan the event of your dreams, whether you're getting hitched or are just looking to dance the night away.

Here are the top new event venues in Toronto.

Berkeley Bicycle Club
The Gooderham House at 504 Jarvis St., is a now a brand new event venue. Host your next soiree at this Romanesque Revival mansion located at Jarvis and Wellesley. It's a great spot for intimate gatherings, especially in the summertime thanks to its wrap-around patio.

The Great Hall
The Great Hall is 126 years old, so it's not new, but any stretch of the imagination. However, it's been newly renovated, so it feels young again. There are four different rooms to rent out, including a massive main hall (you know, where you usually watch concerts).

Henderson Brewing
If you want your guests to sip on local craft beer, take them right to the source at Henderson Brewing. It's located on Sterling Road and, of course, features that oh so desirable industrial vibe.

Brick & Mortar
This local non-profit provides affordable performance and rehearsal spaces to artists. And if you're looking to host an arts-focused event, you can rent out two of it newest venues: The Attic at Queen and Greenwood or The Common at Richmond and Jarvis.

One Loft
If you want to host an intimate loft party but don't own a loft, you're in luck. Rent out the One Loft at College and Spadina. It has multiple rooms available and 4,250 square feet of space, so you'll never feel cramped.

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Photo of the Berkeley Bicycle Club.


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