Situated in Toronto’s Art and Design District on Queen Street West, 99 Sudbury is often known for being a restored glass factory. While this is true, 99 Sudbury has grown over the years to include reputable restaurants, Studio 99 Film Studios, a popular after-hours club, and more recently a fitness club and event space. 99 Sudbury offers three different event rooms, The Lounge, The Glass Factory and The Gallery.
The Glass Factory features 17 foot high exposed beam ceilings, hardwood floors, and generous amounts of natural light. The industrial chic nature of this open loft space is classy and easily adaptable for various events. Exposed brick and glass block walls add to this venue’s charm. There is also a built in projection system to show video or digital projections on the smooth walls. Being a flexible space, a more intimate atmosphere can be created by using a rolling wall divider. Additionally, a fully licensed patio that can accommodate 65 people, will allow your guests to get some fresh air. The room can hold 250 people for a dining event, 350 people in a conference type set up, or up to 700 people for a cocktail event.
Conveniently, the Lounge shares an entrance with the Glass Factory allowing for your guests to move effortlessly between spaces if needed for larger events. The Lounge on its own can entertain 25-110 guests for dining, 125 for a conference style event, or 250 standing people. The Gallery is the last of the available event spaces, also an open concept design which can hold an impressive 800 people for a cocktail event, 400 people for a conference event or 300 seated for dinner. Such a modern and striking space is excellent for any large event, from elegant weddings and large family gatherings to corporate conferences and product launches, or galas and receptions. The entire establishment is fully licensed and wheelchair accessible. They also provide 70 free parking spaces for events on a first come, first serve basis.