About Liberty Village
Welcome to Toronto’s Liberty Village neighbourhood.
The allure of Liberty Village is undeniable. In ‘the six’ we are collectively bound to the congested commute, burning the ‘midnight oil’, and fighting what can feel like an uphill battle, in order to live a lifestyle that we love. The big city, after all, is just that. But in Liberty Village, many residents have found convenience.
A smaller condo in Liberty Village, while small in scale, offers big city living without ‘big city headaches’. Buyers in Liberty Village not only have access to building amenities – like workout and party rooms, cool urban views, and tight-knit community. But are also ‘gifted’ with living (often) a short walk to work. There’s no need for a car when you live 10 minutes to the office. Residents find themselves living in a pocket of the city that has quite literally been built, by local businesses, to cater to their each – and every – need.
Although Liberty Village is generally made up of concrete and brick views that we wouldn’t typically jump to call ‘beautiful’, somehow it works. Converted office and ‘mixed-use’ buildings are made up of classic brick, and stone, and built with statuesque presence. In fact, many of the buildings in Liberty Village have ‘historical status’ (67 Mowat Avenue, for instance) ensuring a minimalist beauty that is preserved for years to come. This overall appreciation for mixing old-with-new gives the area a unique sense of identity and style.
Popular spots in Liberty Village include (but are in no way limited to): William’s Landing, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, LOCAL Public Eatery, Merci Mon Ami, and School. And, although not saturated with green space locals, and visitors, are within walking distance to BMO field – where you can watch live sports and take in the scenery (or a beer, or 2, or 3…).