King Liberty Redevelopment
A high-rise luxury condominium is coming to the heart of Liberty Village. King Liberty Redevelopment is a new condos development by First Capital located at 61 Hanna Avenue in Toronto.
King Liberty Redevelopment Highlights:
- 1 min walk to TTC Bus 83A-connecting to Ossington Station
- 5 mins walk to King Street and King Streetcar
- 5 mins to Exhibition GO Station
- 8 mins walk to King-Liberty Smart Track
- Short walk or streetcar ride from the downtown core
- Easy access to Gardiner Expressway
- limitless delicious restaurants at Liberty Village
- 1 min walk from Liberty Market building and Metro Plaza
- 5 mins walk from BMO Field, CNE Grounds, King Street, and Lakeshore Blvd
- 10 mins walk from Queen Street, Trinity Bellwoods Park
- 15 mins walk from Entertainment District
In just a few decades, what was once a collection of time-worn buildings on forgotten lands has been transformed into an eclectic, urban hotspot. Today, Liberty Village is a meld of upscale residential, statement-making workspaces and hip hang-outs.
First Capital is excited to share its vision for the redevelopment of 61 Hanna Avenue, 75 Hanna Avenue, and 120 Lynn Williams Street.
The Proposal will intensify this underdeveloped site in Liberty Village to deliver a mixed use development that includes office, retail and residential uses. A new public park will sit at the heart of Liberty Village, providing a focal point for the development and the entire Liberty Village community.
The development will reshape and define the site as the new heart of Liberty Village, knitting the site into the fabric of the surrounding neighbourhood.
TOP Reasons to Invest in King Liberty Redevelopment
Liberty Village is a thriving, high-rise residential neighbourhood that’s only minutes walk to just about everything in the city. This charming area sits just west of King West Village, and just south of Queen West. Enjoy stunning views of Lake Ontario from your window, or take a stroll out your front doorstep to the many beautiful lake-side parks like Marilyn Bell Park, or Fort York. Spend summer days at the historic Toronto Exhibition, or ride your bike along the lake shore.
With yacht clubs and sailing clubs just a few steps away, residents can hit the lake in style, and get sun and exercise all summer long.
In the north, some of Toronto’s trendiest neighbourhoods ooze culture and style – the famous Queen West neighbourhood–often called “the hippest neighbourhood in the world” is peppered with bars, clubs and hangouts with their own unique identities. Music venues like the Drake Hotel, and the Grand Hall host bands from just about everywhere, and the local restaurants, bars and brunch spots are unmatched and instragram-worthy.
Just about everything you could ever need is within a short walk, from grocery stores, to retail, and with some of the city’s most beautiful parks like Trinity Bellwoods so close by, even a casual day of errands can become a gorgeous stroll through nature.
The neighbourhood of Liberty Village is quickly gaining a reputation for attracting local artists. Studios and artist collectives seem to pop up every few months, and shared work spaces and offices in the nearby areas makes Liberty Village very attractive to the start-up and the tech communities. New businesses help support the community, and with every year this up-and-coming neighbourhood settles more and more into it’s trendy urban identity.
It’s not often you find a neighbourhood as special as Liberty Village. A small community yet it exudes so much energy and life. There is so much to explore and see – and thankfully, with a walk score of 93/100, this close-knit area is very accessible and fun to walk around.
Transit within Liberty Village and throughout the downtown core couldn’t be easier. First of all, the neighbourhood has an excellent walk score of 93/100, making it very convenient for pedestrians and cyclists. A short walk will connect you to dozens of lines within the TTC – first and foremost – residents have easy access to streetcars that criss-cross around the borders of the neighbourhood on streets like Queen West and Dufferin. From there, connection is simple to the TTC’s subway lines like the Yonge-University Line and the Bloor-Danforth line.
Major transit lines all funnel through the hub of Union Station, in the southern end of the Entertainment District, just a few kilometres east of Liberty Village. From here, travellers, commuters and explorers alike have seemingly unlimited options. The UP Express Train connects Union to Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, the GO Transit infrastructure runs commuter rail lines across the entire GTA and beyond, and VIA Rail provides inter-city transit along the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, the most populous region in all of Canada.
Meanwhile, the local airport, Billy Bishop is only a few blocks away, making regional and international flights an unusually relaxing affair.
For just about every transit need, Liberty Village is convenient and centrally located, yet the neighbourhood itself, being more pedestrian focused, manages to feel like a smaller town within the larger downtown core.
First Capital is a leading developer, owner and manager of mixed-use real estate located in Canada’s most densely populated cities. First Capital’s focus is on creating thriving urban neighbourhoods to generate value for businesses, residents, communities and our investors.
- ARCHITECT: BDP Quadrangle
- UNITS: 850
- ESTIMATED COMPLETION: TBA
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