What to know and love about this Toronto neighbourhood
Liberty Village has evolved into a hot area for young professionals who want to be where the action is. As a former industrial area, historic factory buildings have been transformed into cool urban condos and lofts. Sleek glass towers meets older brick podium levels, giving the area a modern industrial style. Steps to lively bars, restaurants, and shops, this area has it all. Rustic breweries sit next to pink-painted ice cream parlours, and music pumps out the doors of each unique business. With a demand for Liberty Village real estate comes a diverse local business scene to serve its residents. This vibrant downtown neighbourhood makes it easy to work and play close to home!
Energy and unique style. Liberty Village is a cool pocket where people can meet up with friends at a local pub and not have to worry about a long commute home. Also, exposed brick and wood beam accents add an authentic old-meets-new design to private and public spaces.
Conveniently located to the core, Liberty Village real estate is popular with young professionals seeking a fun community feel in the heart of the city. The majority of residents are in their late 20’s to 40’s and work in culture. Singles and young couples can buy affordable condos in an energetic community.
Local Insight: “Everything is so close I take my bike. Liberty Street Cyclery customized a vintage one for me!”
What to Expect: Action! Daytime shopping seamlessly transitions into night life in the busy streets of Liberty Village. Yoga, coffee, and beer are all right down the street. You can walk around the village or explore Queen West, Exhibition Place, and entertainment venues nearby. It is extremely accessible to public transit, since you can walk to the GO train and the King Streetcar.
What NOT to Expect: Liberty Village isn't as car-friendly as some areas in the city. It can get congested trying to drive out of Liberty Village, and parking is pricey. Plan for extra time and parking fees if you have a car.