A few days ago, we headed to McMaster Innovation Park for the opening night of the most recent Art in the Workplace showing of local artists. The evening was special for us because my teenaged daughter had three pieces featured.
McMaster Innovation Park is a former industrial site and the Atrium Building, shown above, used to be a place to build refrigerators. As explained on their website, ‘MIP offers collaborative space for researchers and entrepreneurs alike to co-locate, connect and commercialize; a place to transform ideas from vision to commercial opportunity.’
MIP has multiple spaces for renting whether you’re planning a party, board meeting or conference. Last spring I organized a half day social media presentation for IABC Golden Horseshoe and we chose MIP as the venue. Located at Main Street West and #403, there is great highway access, bright spacious rooms and all the technical necessities.
MIP is a large property of 37 acres with two current buildings and plans for much more. You can find out all the details here.