Toronto’s Sound Academy will be replaced by a new mega-club complex
Toronto has undergone considerable transformation in its club scene as of late, courtesy of the ever-influential INK Entertainment group. Roughly a year ago, one of its flagship clubs, Guvernment, held its final goodbye party before giving way to new luxury condominiums. Around the same time, it was announced that Sound Academy would experience a complete overhaul and become Toronto’s new premier destination for nightlife.
Those plans would be set in place for a year before INK announced its new plans for 2016. In January, Sound Academy, in its entirety, will also be shut down and replaced by a brand-new super club complex shortly after. Designed by Studio Munge, an INK press release stated that “the 45,000 square-foot space will be reborn as an entertainment multiplex that’ll feature multiple bars, a concert hall and a discreet backstage club” geared toward reaching “new heights of hedonism.”
The venue remains unnamed at this moment, but will be connected to the adjoining Cabana Pool Bar.