Docks Entertainment Complex, Toronto

The Challenge

The nightclub business in Toronto is very competitive. Without some kind of edge it is very easy to go from being “The” place to be to yesterday’s news. Owners of the Docks entertainment complex have been very successful at staying ahead of this curve. With a 41,000 sq.ft outdoor patio, The Docks is a focal point for Toronto nightlife in the warmer months of the year. Looking for the next angle that would keep them ahead of the competition, the owners wanted to capitalize on the outdoor feel of the complex that makes it so popular in the summer and extend it into the winter. They wanted a room which would take full advantage of the extraordinary views of Toronto while providing an indoor/outdoor feel.

The Solution

The "Next Level" at the Docks offers a sensory experience like no other. Guests can relax on the second floor, surrounded in glass, enjoying an unparalleled view of the city, gazing up the stars and cozying up by two fireplaces in a magnificent glass room! Celebrities and VIPs will love this luxurious haven offering a private entrance, private elevator, soundproof glass dividing walls and two private, heated patios. The extraordinary space captures the outdoor feel prevalent at the Docks with its retractable roof. This "Next Level” is the crown jewel of the Docks Entertainment Complex that everyone will be talking about for years to come!"

Technical Information

OpenAire provided the solution in the form of a rooftop glass enclosure, measuring 40’x66′. There are two fireplaces built into the glass walls and the roof opens 50% of the way to create an elegant and spectacular indoor/outdoor space.


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