The Manchester-based club night series will move from Store Street car park - located underneath the city's Piccadilly railway station - next year.
Quashing rumours that the event could leave the city, organisers said in a statement: "With the Warehouse Project at Store Street finishing forever after the huge New Year's Day event, there has been a lot of talk about what will happen next year.
"We can confirm that despite rumours of a move to London, The Warehouse Project will be staying in Manchester. We have found what we think is going to be a great backdrop for the next chapter.
"The first preview events of the new venue will take place in the first part of 2012. Full info will be landing at the end of January."
The Warehouse Project has hosted acts such as De La Soul, The Chemical Brothers, Chic, Aphex Twin, Maximo Park and Dizzee Rascal since it launched in 2006. Originally held at the disused Boddingtons Brewery near Strangeways prison, the event relocated to Store Street in 2007.
The sold-out Warehouse Project Store Street closing party will take place on January 1, 2012 and will feature artists including Laurent Garnier, Derrick Carter, Claude Von Stroke and Joy Orbison.
> Chic, Calvin Harris, Jamie XX for Warehouse Project
Watch Chic perform with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr at this year's Warehouse Project below: