Geared toward soon-to-be homeowners and Millenials, Empire Communities launched a new series last month to help young homebuyers learn the ins and outs of adulting. The first event, entitled “Cooking for the Gram,” took place on July 25th and featured foodie blogger couple Chef Sous Chef who showed a full crowd of participants how to cook and style for photos, while also sharing some real-world culinary tips and advice on grocery shopping and meal planning.

The second event is scheduled for Sunday, August 26th and features a pop-up Wellness Market with dozens of local vendors featuring products and activities designed to nurture your mind, body and soul. Visitors to the Empire Phoenix presentation centre can explore all things health and wellness, including natural products, free onsite yoga classes and nutritious snacks from local vendors like Saponetti Inc., Crown Flora, Barista Brian and Alive Yoga & Fitness.


Whether you want to learn a new yoga pose or shop the latest wellness products at your leisure, you’re invited to drop by between 11 am and 2 pm at 2183 Lake Shore Boulevard West, via Marine Parade Drive, south of the Parklawn Road and Lake Shore Boulevard West intersection.

Coming soon to Legion Road North and Manitoba Street, Empire Phoenix is ideal for those in search of a connected location, who want to own a home without sacrificing their lifestyle or finances. With easy access to the Gardiner Expressway and the Mimico GO station, both Toronto’s downtown core and the GTA’s suburban neighbourhoods are just minutes away. The area is also dotted with local amenities including coffee shops, grocery stores and greenspaces like Humber Bay Park and the Martin Goodman Trail.


Photo: James Bombales

Priced from the low $300,000s, the suites at Empire Phoenix boast spacious, open-concept layouts with one or two bedrooms. Designed by the renowned interior designers at Figure 3 and architects at Graziani + Corazza Architects Inc., each suite comes well-appointed with eight- or nine-foot ceilings, laminate floors in main living areas, and composite stone countertops in kitchens and bathrooms. Plus, large floor-to-ceiling windows provide lots of natural light, while simultaneously allowing for unobstructed views of Grand Avenue Park and Lake Ontario.


The development’s extensive list of in-house amenities was designed to reflect the vibrant personalities of those who call Phoenix home, starting with acoffeehouse-like lobby complete with a 24-hour concierge, parcel storage and a pet wash station. Wi-Fi enabled common areas allow for shared work spaces, while an outdoor pool, surrounded by private cabanas and lounge seating, provides the perfect spot to spend a hot summer day. Other amenities include a landscaped outdoor courtyard with barbecues, guest suites for friends and family, games rooms for entertaining and a state-of-the-art gym to help achieve your fitness goals.

To learn more about the Empire Wellness Market, visit EmpireAdulting.com or for more information on Empire Phoenix, register online at EmpirePhoenix.com.

For more information email phoenix@empirecommunities.com.

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