Found on the south end of Hannah Avenue in Toronto’s Liberty Village neighbourhood, Liberty Market Lofts is an innovative development that combines classic soft-loft styles with modern urban convenience.
Award-winning Toronto architect Rudy Wallman designed this eight-storey building, creating a fresh and dynamic structure of multi-panelled shimmering glass. The property contains 295 Toronto lofts with a mix of one and two-level units. The two-level lofts offer dramatic ceiling heights and light-filled spaces, while the open concept interiors allow homeowners excellent design flexibility. Every unit enjoys some form of outdoor space from private balconies to secluded rooftop terraces. With a fine array of amenities that cater to the active side of life, these much sought-after Toronto condos are an ideal space for artists and professionals to live, work and play.
And just outside your door, Toronto’s Liberty Village has many fun and interesting restaurants, cafes, and bars to explore, not to mention recreational centres and easy access to the Entertainment District and the Waterfront.
Most Notable Features
Creative floor plans: Liberty Village Lofts feature many open-concept floor plans that allow for homeowner creativity, such as zoning your bedrooms separately from the living and office space. Each suite also enjoys lovely outdoor space, with either an oversized balcony or terrace, while some of the penthouse suites have private rooftop patios to let the outdoors in.
Artistic amenities: Adding to the fitness room and sports court, Liberty Market Lofts also offers artist-specific amenities. The building is home to an art gallery, a tool and utility room where artists can do shop or craftwork, and a business centre with Internet, photocopier, fax and cutting facilities.
Great for Animal Lovers: Not always found among West End condos, Liberty Market Lofts is a pet-friendly property. But even better than that, the building also offers an onsite dog washing and grooming facility.
With a bright soft-loft at 5 Hannah Avenue, you will have access to all the urban conveniences of Liberty Village, one of Toronto’s most vibrant new neighbourhoods. Just down Hannah Avenue, you’ll find Home Hardware and Tim Hortons, plus access to Liberty Market shopping centre. With many cafes, restaurants, and new businesses popping up, as well as convenient access to more established neighbourhoods like King West and Little Portugal, residents will enjoy a balanced urban experience with many opportunities to make memories. Ideal for young working professionals, the property is nearby Toronto’s Entertainment District, Queen Street West joints such as the Drake Hotel, plus many recreational activities in Liberty Village like rock-climbing gyms. The convenient TTC along Queen Street and King Street give residents easy access to Toronto’s Financial District and the Waterfront. Some of the local hangouts to explore include Local Public Eatery for a laid-back pub with good food and craft beer, Merci Mon Ami for a quaint modern bistro, and Raaw Japanese Cuisine for a large sushi menu.
Not far away at Lynn Williams Street, residents will find specialty food and nutrition shops, as well as an expansive Metro Supermarket and Pharmacy. It’s a huge store with lots of selection that even hosts a “singles-shopping” night.
And your nearby green space includes Liberty Village Park, or you can take a walk south to the Waterfront or north to Trinity Bellwoods on Queen Street, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.
There are several TTC options from streetcars along Queen and King Street to buses throughout Liberty Village. Most urban conveniences are within walking distance, but the TTC will definitely speed up any longer trips. For drivers, the area is car-friendly and you can access the Gardiner Expressway via Dufferin Street.