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Case Study: Artscape Youngplace

September 29, 2017 • 1 min read

Artscape Youngplace is a 75,000 square foot, $19 million transformation of a designated heritage school building into a dynamic community cultural hub devoted to artistic inspiration, learning, growth and expression. It is the largest building in Artscape’s portfolio and is the largest cultural institution in Toronto’s West Queen West neighbourhood. After an extensive community engagement and consultation process, and a major renovation, Artscape Youngplace opened to the public in November 2013.

Case Study: Artscape Youngplace
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