Liberty Village is a neighborhood in transformation since its establishment – this neighborhood was home to the Toronto Central Prison, the Reformatory for Women, and as far back as the 1800s Liberty Village was a district of factories. In 2004 Liberty Village experienced remarkable growth, this trend has kept up until today and it’s not slowing down anytime soon! More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Liberty Village Condos for sale:
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The city of Toronto has recognized Liberty village as one of its finest locations. The residents of Liberty Village have a 15-minute walk to Lakeshore, the financial core is within a 20-minute streetcar ride, and the entertainment, fashion, and gallery districts of King St. West are at your door step. The industrial buildings of the past such as the Irwin Toy Factory and the Toronto Carpet Factory Building on Mowat Avenue are now a mix of residential lofts and commercial use spaces formulating Liberty Village as a high-tech industry, arts, media and entertainment hub. Living in Liberty Village you will experience a great sense of community, and vibrancy. Many of the condos in Liberty Village are located in its northeast corner surrounded by a lot of green space, as well as many other attractions:
Shopping, Dining and Exploring:
Brazen Head Pub: Drink a cool one and enjoy traditional Irish dishes!
T.O. Leather Fashion: A premium local garment manufacturer that specializes in high-quality leather
Lamport Stadium: Play a game of Ultimate Frisbee
BMO field: Watch your favorite soccer team the TFC!
ACE: Dance the night away at ACE
Liberty Village Park: This is a smaller park near King Street West, features a children’s playground
Trinity Bellwoods Park: This is a bigger park (14.6 hectares) it is a favorite place for local residents to walk their dogs. Through the park there is also a walk and cycling
trail. Many events are held in this park including the annual art ale that take place in September.
There are many transportation options for Liberty Village residents; the 504 King Streetcar runs 24/7, if you are looking to go further you can also catch the GO Train at Exhibition Place. By car, hop onto the Gardiner Expressway or Lake Shore Blvd to get to the downtown core or Toronto’s east end.