One of three adjoining towers including Liberties I & II, Liberties III is located at the corner of Gerrard Street and Bay. Built in 1990, these Toronto condos have a well-established vibe that combines functionality, convenience and comfort.
The 18-storey building offers 172 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size and style from junior one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms plus den or solarium. The units feature large living areas with upgraded enclave kitchens, modern bathrooms, and private terraces. As well, the building amenities are designed and maintained for residents to enjoy an active lifestyle.
Situated just steps away from Yorkville, the Eaton Centre and other notable Toronto landmarks, Liberties III also offers great ground floor convenience with Fine Food Market, Shoppers Drug Mart and the TTC right outside the front door.
Most Notable Features
Established value: Built in 1990, Liberties III is part of a well-established condominium complex that has been delivering quality downtown Toronto condos for over 25 years. Within an ever-changing condo market, two and a half decades of residential history is a definite sign of hard-to-beat value.
Active amenities: Residents at Liberties III have access to the shared amenities offered across the three buildings. Designed for an active lifestyle, you can enjoy a state-of-the-art gym and fitness area, an indoor running track, not to mention an indoor pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and whirlpool for a little relaxation.
Professional appeal: Within walking distance to Toronto’s Financial District on Bay Street and University Avenue's strip of of Toronto hospitals, Liberties III will appeal to working professionals in business and medicine. Residents can walk to work easily, as well as keep an office at home.
With a condo at 44 Gerrard Street, you’ll have a good time discovering your next favourite restaurant, as the neighbourhood is filled with interesting and delicious menus, not to mention exciting bars along College and Yonge Street. Some places to check out include Scaddabush on Yonge Street and Duke of Somerset on Bay. And for a morning coffee you can pop by Fresh Start Coffee Company or Jimmy’s Coffee around the block.
If you fancy yourself a chef, you can find all the groceries and ingredients you need at Sobeys and Fine Food Market. There is also a Shoppers Drug Mart on the southwest corner of Bay and Gerrard for last minute household needs.
For a breath of fresh air, College Park, McGill Parkette and Joseph Sheard Parkette are great places to enjoy some green space and take your dog for a walk.
Transit users can hop right on the Bay Street bus, heading north and south, or you can catch the subway at College Station. For drivers, the area is car-friendly and the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway accessed via Yonge.