Built in 2013, these Liberty Village condos lie in the heart of one of the West End's most vibrant districts. Located near East Liberty St. & Pirandello, their location in the heart of Liberty Village and proximity to the entertainment hotspots of King West make these condos a great choice for active, young professionals. With nearly 1,200 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, suites range from studio apartments to two-bedrooms plus den suites, many of which enjoy private balconies and lots of sunlight. Once an industrial district, Liberty Village has seen phenomenal growth in recent years but still boasts some gorgeous, historic architecture together with a multitude of new shops and restaurants. Here, you’ll find green roof courtyard gardens with pathways, trees and shrubs, plus a sunken Roman Garden!
Most Notable Features
Many amenities: With such amenities as a 20,000-square-foot Fitness Club and Wellness Centre, a magnificent rooftop Lakeview Club with spectacular views of the lake and city alike, topped off by entertainment facilities that boast an HD movie screening room with Hollywood-style tiered seating for 30, plus two bowling alleys and professional sports simulator room, it’s hard to choose just one notable feature.
Impressive finishes: These units boast an impressive array of features and finishes, from the stainless steel kitchen appliances, to the fireplace in every suite, the ceramic floor tile, ceramic or mirrored backsplash, solid granite and marble countertops and the deep soaker tubs.
Urban convenience: Here in the hub of the Liberty Village community, convenience is the name of the game. You’ll find Suzanne Gardner Flowers, Good Life Fitness, Spotless Drycleaners, King Fitness Club, Shopper’s Drug Mart and a host of other conveniences to make your life a little easier.
You can find lots of great good places to grab a bite at one of the many Liberty Village neighbourhood restaurants including Chemicafe, Pastalicious and Raaw Japanese Cuisine. If a cold beer is a high priority, Brazen Head Irish Pub and Fonda Lola are great places to take a load off. If you love coffee, you’ll find it percolating at Aroma Espresso Bar and Balzac’s Liberty Village are right nearby.
Groceries can be found at Nutrition House Liberty, King’s Market or Sweet Mini Mart Village. If it’s a drugstore you’re looking for, Liberty Market Pharmacy will fit the bill. Entertainment options around King West Condos at Liberty Village are easy to come by, with the Queen's York Rangers Museum, Canada Sports Hall of Fame and MZTV Museum of Television.
For some nearby green space, you’re only steps away from great parks like Massey Harris Park, Stanley Park and Trinity Bellwoods Park. Want to learn an artistic skill? Just head over to Danceology Inc., Ritmo Flamenco, and Spherical Arts.
For buyers looking for Toronto condos with easy access in and out of downtown, only steps away are both the TTC King streetcar stop and buses that will take you to the subway. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via Spadina Ave.