Located on the corner of Bay Street and Gerard, Liberties I & II is part of a three-tower condominium complex with the final building on Gerard Street. Although it’s an older complex compared to some of the flashier downtown Toronto condos, there is no greater indicator of value than time.
Rising 20-stories above the downtown streetscape, Liberties I & II offer 372 Toronto condos for sale and for rent and boast spacious suites from junior one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms plus den. The units feature large living areas with upgraded enclave kitchens and bright solariums. As well, the building amenities are designed and maintained for active living, with a state of the art gym and swimming pool.
At Bay and Gerrard, Liberties I & II are right in the centre of Toronto’s Financial District with quick access by foot or TTC to popular destinations like Toronto’s Eaton Centre, King West’s Entertainment District, as well as the hospitals and businesses along University Avenue.
Most Notable Features
Working professionals: Liberties I & II is a prime spot for individuals pursuing a career in either Toronto’s financial or medical industries. With an office on Bay Street or University Avenue, you can walk to work, plus you can keep a second office at home.
Calling all joggers: While most of the amenities found at Liberties I & II are standard for Toronto condos, the one feature that stands out is the indoor jogging track. A simple and healthy way to stay active, you can keep your feet moving and your heart pumping all year round.
Ground level convenience: One really great perk about Liberties I & II is the ground level convenience, especially Fine Food Market, your one stop shop for groceries and household needs. You’ll also find Panago Pizza and Pita Pure House for a quick bite.
With a home at 711-717 Bay Street, you’ll have a lot of fun searching for 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 Somethin 2 Talk About and Sushi Queen Izakaya. And for a morning coffee stop by 650 Café Bistro or Jimmy’s Coffee around the block.
If you prefer to eat at home, you can find all the groceries you need at Sobeys and Fine Food Market. There is also a Shoppers Drug Mart kitty-corner to your building 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 St.