A brief history of Bryston's on the Park, which was built in approximately 1931 as the Copper Cliff Memorial Community Hall.

History of Bryston's Building

Built in approximately 1931 (according to the City of Greater Sudbury, Building Department) as Copper Cliff Memorial Community Hall, the purpose of the hall was to serve as a community recreational facility for families living in Copper Cliff - primarily INCO employees.

  • Given to Sudbury Algoma Hospital

    INCO gave the Hall to the Sudbury Algoma Hospital who wished to use it as a training facility for their staff.

  • Changed Ownership

    Copper Cliff Memorial Community Hall changed ownership and was reborn as Bryston's on the Park.

  • Extensive Renovations

    Bryston's underwent extensive renovations, resulting in the addition of a new kitchen, elevator, working spaces, and the Brookside Bar. Most of the original fixtures were kept, such as the BC fir beams, hardwood flooring, wooden railings and many of the main floor lighting fixtures.

  • Heritage Award

    Bryston's on the Park received the Heritage Award for Historical preservation/renovation.

  • New Ownership

    Bryston’s on the Park was purchased by its’ current owners, Melanie and Norm Eady. Bryston’s on the Park is now Sudbury’s premier facility, ideal for weddings, conferences or any social affair.

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