One of the newest additions to the Liberty Village neighbourhood, Liberty on the Park stands at 15-storeys with a distinctive architectural style that features five sunlit circles at the building’s roofline, making it a unique structure that’s hard to miss.
Situated on Lynn Williams Street, just a short walk from the area’s main commercial plaza, Liberty on the Park offers 201 Liberty Village condos for sale and for rent. Suites come in a variety of one and two-bedroom layouts with desirable finishes such as nine-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, modern stainless steel appliances, and spa-inspired bathrooms. It’s a smaller building than some of the surrounding towers, and it has lots of sunlight and private balconies. Named for Liberty Village Park right next door, residents will be able to easily enjoy a quaint green space, plus the building has some relaxing amenities.
Liberty Village has many new and interesting restaurants, cafes, and bars to explore, not to mention recreational centres and easy access to Toronto’s Entertainment District and the Waterfront.
Most Notable Features
Ultimate urban convenience: One thing you will notice right away about these Toronto condos is the high-level of urban convenience. Residents will be able to walk to the grocery store, the bank, the LCBO and more in under five minutes, plus you’re just around the corner from the bus stop and only a short walk to King Street’s TTC route.
An intimate vibe: Liberty Village is an exciting nest for West End condos, but you’ll notice that most of the other buildings are 20-30 storeys tall. At just 15-storeys, Liberty on the Park offers a smaller, more intimate atmosphere that some homeowners may prefer.
Property management on-site: A great perk about Liberty on the Park is that the property management is on-site. It doesn’t sound exciting, but it is very helpful to have someone present who can answer your questions, field requests and address issues, as well as help you with the building amenities.
With an intimate condo at 69 Lynn Williams Street, you will live in a prime spot in Liberty Village, one of Toronto’s most vibrant new neighbourhoods. With many cafes, restaurants, and new businesses popping up, plus convenient access to more established neighbourhoods like King West and Little Portugal, residents will discover a nicely 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. You’ll get to the know the area and make friends while grabbing some lunch at Aroma Espresso Bar, or relaxing on the patio after work at Williams Landing.
There are many specialty food and nutrition shops in the area, with an huge Metro Supermarket and Pharmacy within two-minutes of your door. It’s a huge store with lots of selection that even hosts a “singles-shopping” night.
If you want to find some outdoor green space, you have Liberty Village Park right next door, or you can take a walk north to Trinity Bellwoods on Queen Street, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.
There are many 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.