Situated along one of the liveliest stretches of King Street West, Empire Maverick will be a 49-storey luxury condominium with a social club at its core. Designed by IBI Architects and U31, the building will feature one- to three-bedroom suites, retail at ground level, and exceptional amenity spaces that reflect the neighbourhood’s vibrant character.
Unwind in style at The Maverick Social, a social club built exclusively for residents and curated by an on-site Social Architect. Freelancers and side hustlers will appreciate the building’s dedicated co-working space, while the Maverick Social bar and outdoor terrace offer the perfect prelude to a night out on the town. Let the salon come to you at the private beauty bar, or invite friends over to uncork a few bottles of Pinot Noir in the sophisticated outdoor private dining area.
The Maverick Social was officially unveiled in February with a speakeasy prohibition party held at King West’s Escobar – the first in a series of invite-only music, film, style, food and cocktail events to be attended by Toronto influencers, tastemakers and Maverick Original members. Social club members will also have access to some of the biggest events and exclusive experiences in the city’s social calendar through Maverick Plus, including VIP sports tickets, sold out festivals, art parties and more.
“We are still reveling in the success of The Maverick Social’s first-ever event and enthusiastic to continue piloting the concept,” says Sue MacKay, VP of Marketing at Empire Communities. “The speakeasy gave Toronto a first look at this new social club experience, an exclusive amenity our Maverick residents will have access to in the form of curated events, bespoke concierge services and elevated experiences as discerning as our homeowners.”
Empire Maverick will be steps away from TIFF Bell Lightbox, Princess of Wales Theatre, the Royal Alexandra Theatre and Roy Thomson Hall, and on the cusp of some of the city’s trendiest restaurants, nightclubs, fitness studios and lounge bars. The lightening-fast King streetcar stops directly outside of the building, and St. Andrew’s subway station is just a six-minute stroll from the entrance.