Getting to Brick Works to attend Spacing release party

We have received numerous emails asking us about the best way to get to our release party Tuesday night. Here are your options:

1. TAKE THE SHUTTLE
The Evergreen Brick Works run a shuttle bus that you can jump onto outside of Broadview subway station. The bus will be waiting on the northside of the parkette (which is just north of Broadview station’s exit). It leaves every 30 minutes. We have extended the service with the last shuttle leaving the Brick Works at 11:15pm. The shuttle bus is wheelchair accessible.

2. TAKE THE TTC & WALK
You can take the subway to Castle Frank station. From there you have about a 20-minute walk — you have to enter through Craigleigh Gardens and take the path/trail that leads to the Brick Works. It’s a bit of a jaunt and not advisable if you’re wearing shoes with heels.  Here’s a detail of the “Milkman’s Lane” 1.4KM route that leads from Craigleigh Gardens. You can also go to Broadview station and walk north to Pottery Road and take the deep plunge into the valley.

3. TAKE YOUR BIKE OR WALK
Similar directions to the TTC. The path/trail is loose gravel and most any city bike can handle the bumps and rocky surface.

4. TAKE A CAB
A cab ride from Broadview station is about $8 and a 10-minute trip at most.

2 comments

  1. Another option for biking (or walking, if you’re up for a longer but less steep hike than Milkmen’s Lane) is to go to the start of the Moore Park ravine trail on Moore Ave, across from the cemetery, and make the long descent right into the Brickworks complex. The 88 bus from St Clair will take you to Welland/Heath or Moore/Brendan, where you can also use the Heath St E pedestrian bridge to get on the trail.

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