In with the old, in with the new; a beautiful and historically remarkable Toronto building with a striking modern addition.
Bloor/Gladstone Library, one of Toronto’s oldest operating libraries, is a designated heritage building and the recipient of multiple design and architecture awards. The building features two gas fireplaces, an array of soft seating and a dramatic glazed extension to the original old building. A central staircase and elevator connects all the floors and a small landscaped terrace is located at the back. Ideal for a stand up cocktail party or a casual dinner and dancing evening.
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- Outdoor terrace
- Parking: Metered street parking and nearby lots
- Capacity: 400
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Exit at TTC Dufferin subway station. Walk 1/2 block east to the library, on the south side of Bloor Street.
Paid. Nearby parking lot on Bloor Street.
1101 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ONM6H 1M7
Closest major intersection Bloor Street West and Dufferin Street. Located on the south side of Bloor Street, 1/2 block east of Dufferin Street.
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