Liberty Market Tower by Lifetime DevelopmentsBy Lifetime Developments
171 E Liberty St,Toronto
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Liberty Market Tower 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
TOP 5 Reasons to Invest in Liberty Market
1. One of the newer neighbourhoods in the downtown core
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.
- Business Centre with private Conference Room
- Party Room with soft seating and entertainment wall, has an adjoining Dining and Kitchen area that can be included or closed off
- Lounge with soft seating, entertainment wall, and gaming area
- 6,500 sq.ft of exciting outdoor amenity space on the 8th floor exterior terrace, overlooking lake Ontario
- Outdoor dining
- Outdoor BBQ
- Soft seating
- Bar like seating
- Shipping container with indoor soft seating for entertainment and dining
3. Transit Options
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.
4. The Developer
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5. Investment Opportunities
The floor plans for the condo reveals that the total rental space measures roughly 13, 345 sq. Meters. Meanwhile, the office space and residential space measure 27,743 sq. meters and 18,004 sq. meters respectively. The tower is set to have a blend of units varying from one to two-bedroom units, as well as three-bedroom units. By the numbers, there should be 31 three-bedroom units and 50 two-bedroom units. The remaining units will be split into bachelor’s suites and one-bedroom units.
The neighbourhood of The Liberty Market Condos
One of the most beautiful things about the Liberty Market Condos is its level of accessibility. Residents of the tower can find anything they want in just a few minutes. The core of the entire village is only a few meters away. Likewise, the community is a hub of entertainment with bars, various entertainment spots and clubs nearby. The recently named hippest neighbourhood in the world – the Queen Street West – is just a few minutes away from the Liberty Market Condos. Similarly, the harbour and exhibition centre are just around the corner. As a result, residents can easily be members of a yacht club or join a sailboat club depending on their preference. There is undoubtedly so much to be enjoyed by being in such a lovely and lively neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood is fast gaining a reputation for attracting local artist. There are a plethora of design studios and artists in the area. Also, the technology start-up community seem to be making the area their new home. The increase in business activity in the area will continue to benefit residents in the neighbourhood. In a similar fashion, the presence of artists and their art will help the residents explore and appreciate a variety of art and culture.
With over three decades of experience in the real estate business, Lifetime Development is poised to create another masterpiece. The company has a reputation for building urban-centric commercial properties and creating residential neighbourhoods. The company seeks to create urban communities that are both dynamic and boisterous. Thanks to its devotion, the company continues to deliver successful developmental projects. It is the nature and pattern of the company to act with excellence, maintain a passion for innovation while seeking new ways to improve communities in the most efficient manner. The Liberty Market Condos is another testament to the company’s vision of building real estate masterpieces that are centred around the betterment and fulfillment of its residents. Lifetime Development remains dedicated to revolutionizing the real estate world and setting new standards with every new building project
Liberty Market Tower by Lifetime Developments Property Details
- ARCHITECT: Wallman Architects
- UNITS: 281
- ESTIMATED COMPLETION: Fall 2021
Estimated Completion: 2021
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