From small community gatherings, to large scale event activations, the Pipe Shop’s open concept and occupancy of 360 guests, lends itself perfectly to suit your event’s needs.
The space is a blank canvas, which allows for each event to be 100% personalized. All rentals, decor, catering, etc. will need to be brought in using outside providers. We require that professional, experienced wedding and/or event planners be used at each event.
Access to the Pipe Shop begins at 9:00 am on the event date. As the Pipe Shop is located in a residential area, all events must end at 11:00 pm, with guests completely out of the space by 11:30 pm. The venue must be completely empty, in the same condition it was received by 1:00 am at the latest. Additional set-up and strike days can be negotiated on a case by case basis, dependent on event bookings.
City of North Vancouver
Quay Property Management Corp. (“QPM”) is responsible for the management of the Pipe Shop Venue, a City of North Vancouver owned property located in the Shipyards District next to Shipbuilders’ Square.
Shipbuilders’ Square houses a community stage for concerts, plays, farmers markets, buskers and general festivals which take place regularly throughout the summer season.
To book this location fill out the Event Application Form or contact:
Filming and Wharf Liaison
Tel: 604-982-3910 / Fax: 604-985-8439
Quay Property Management
Quay Property Management Corp. (“QPM”) is a property development and management company, with 35 years experience in the real estate industry. QPM manages our privately owned assets, public companies, and also provides services to clients and partners looking for specialized real estate and services, tailored to specific projects or opportunities.
With teams dedicated to full-service property management, resort management, business development, marketing, a division for public companies, construction affiliate, and facilities maintenance, our properties are managed with the highest standards, and our clients and partners are served with dedicated attention.