We've launched exciting new updates for Ad Syndication! Get the details on our blog now.
The Waverley, is a 166-unit boutique rental community in one of Toronto’s most exciting neighbourhoods, and comes laden with a unique history. Formerly the Waverley Hotel, a four-story low-rise hotel in downtown Toronto, The Waverley originally opened its doors in 1900. In 1959, it became home to The Silver Dollar Room – now a registered heritage landmark – which served as a cocktail lounge for guests of the Waverley Hotel. Over the years, it underwent several incarnations – with live music being the common theme that would see it become one of Toronto’s most beloved music venues, hosting incredible live talent like Bob Dylan.
The Waverley aimed to embrace the rich history of the Waverley Hotel and the music scene at the former Silver Dollar Room in its architecture, interior design, and marketing approach.
The boutique rental living experience at The Waverley includes captivating artistic interiors, thoughtfully curated common spaces, and stunning suite finishes. Plus, amenities that go above and beyond, such as a fitness centre designed by professional strength coach Matt Nichol, a custom art collection featuring works by Toronto-based artist Thrush Holmes and birdO (Jerry Rugg), and an integrated Boxcar Social café and Greenhouse Juice in its double-height lobby.