The property offers over 530 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging from one-bedroom apartments to two-bedroom suites. Some of the one-bedroom units come with extra den space, all units in the building have open-concept layouts, wood floors, modern stainless steel appliances, and large, bright windows. It’s a popular building for young working professionals, catering to an active lifestyle with many social and recreational amenities. The suites are well designed for the live/work lifestyle, with private balconies that offer a breath of fresh air and views of the city and the lake.
Connecting Little Portugal, King West, and Liberty Village, The Bridge enjoys an address in the evolving scene of West End condos. A growing neighbourhood, there are always new and interesting places to explore, with easy access over to Toronto’s Entertainment District and the charming Queen Street West.
Most Notable Features
Liberty Village advantage: The Bridge is tgood for anyone working in Liberty Village. It’s close enough that you can comfortably walk to work, pick up groceries on your way home, and even pop back to the office in the evening if need be. Plus, you’re living off King Street, just a short TTC hop to many fun bars and clubs.
Local park: Just to the west of The Bridge, residents will find Rita Cox Park, a petite and pleasant outdoor space with a children’s playground, picnic tables, and a tree-lined grassy field for throwing a Frisbee or sun-tanning. It’s the perfect outdoor compliment to these modern Toronto condos.
With a fresh new condo at The Bridge, residents will live at the junction between King Street West and Liberty Village. With many cafes, restaurants, and quaint shops throughout Little Portugal to the north and some new and interesting business in Liberty Village to the south, this West End area offers a balanced urban experience with lots of convenience and thrill. Ideal for young working professionals, you can easily enjoy Toronto’s Entertainment District, Queen Street West joints such as the Drake Hotel, or explore the recreational activities offered in Liberty Village. The convenient TTC along Queen Street and King Street give residents easy access to Toronto’s Financial District and the Waterfront. Some local hangouts that you should check out The Craft Brasserie & Grill on Atlantic Avenue for a sprawling pub, School on Fraser Avenue for a creative lunch menu with drinks, and Brooklynn Bar on Queen Street West for a hip lounge and nightclub.
The area has many nearby food shops and markets with a large Metro Supermarket and Pharmacy found in Liberty Village on Lynn Williams Street.
If you’re looking for some outdoor space, you can find several green spaces in Liberty Village, and you can trek over to Trinity Bellwoods on Queen Street, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.
The area has several TTC options from streetcars along Queen and King Street to buses throughout Liberty Village. There are many urban conveniences 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.