Move In Ready Unit In Trendy Liberty Village Community. Spacious Over 750 Sqft W/ Large Open Balcony With Lake View. Just Painted! Parking & Locker Included. Large Windows For Natural Lighting. Steps Away From Great Entertainment, Shopping, Cne, Ttc, Restaurants. Minutes Away From Highway & Lake Ontario. High Demand Location - Don't Miss This One!
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Lake privileges Park nearby Close to public transportation
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|Living room||Flat||3.59 x 4.52 (meters)|
|Dining room||Flat||4.52 x 3.59 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Flat||3.59 x 2.59 (meters)|
|Primary Bedroom||Flat||3.38 x 3.43 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Flat||3.35 x 2.74 (meters)|
Liberty Village is a unique community within Toronto. It is a community that combines residential, commercial, and retail uses. This area is extremely appealing to young professionals in the media, high-tech and design industries who live and work in Toronto.
Liberty Village has a very urban feel to it and this can be seen by the way the streets are designed to the architecture of the buildings. Liberty Village offers its residents plenty to see and experience. There are several fitness facilities available for you to make use of in an effort to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. There are also several great restaurants making it a wonderful place for a date night, or an afternoon of shopping and exploring.
A multiple use entertainment and seasonal waterfront park attraction located in Toronto, Ontario, and owned by the Crown in Right of Ontario. It is administered as an agency of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Culture. Located on the shore of Lake Ontario, just south of Exhibition Place, it is approximately 4 km west of Downtown Toronto. It opened on May 22, 1971 and consists of three artificially constructed, landscaped islands. Attractions are spread throughout the park, as well as walking trails and food and drink concessions. Traditionally targeted at a family audience, with emphasis on children's activities, the park has a seasonal operating schedule and is closed from October through April, with the exception of the Cinesphere IMAX theatre and private event space. Central to the complex is a public marina and a major concert theatre. Historically, Ontario Place, as a publicly subsidized provincial agency, aims to keep costs, especially for families, lower than comparable attractions.
The Canadian National Exhibition, also known as The Ex, is an annual event that takes place at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, during the 18 days leading up to and including Canadian Labour Day Monday.
The Air Canada Centre is a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena located on Bay Street in the South Core district of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Rogers Centre is a multi-purpose stadium in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada situated next to the CN Tower near the northern shore of Lake Ontario.
Hidden behind wrought iron gates and tucked inside the historical Carpet Factory, the massive turn-of-the-century building on King Street West, is the elegant Italian restaurant Caffino. The menu features many classic dishes like caprese salad, bruschetta and risotto, as well as an extensive collection of pasta and pizza options. The interior keeps much of the building’s gritty industrial past in tact, like the weathered brick walls and wooden floorboards, but it’s made romantic and cozy with white tablecloths and candlelight
If you expect this hip restaurant to be anything like your middle school days, you’ll be sorely disappointed. Gone are the uncomfortable desks with attached chairs, fluorescent lighting and most importantly, the terrible cafeteria food. At School, dishes range from eclectic riffs on comfort food, Asian fusion salads and traditional Tex Mex with a twist. The best time to visit School though is for brunch. The menu is split into two sections: sweet and savory, with options like a caramelized banana-Nutella crepe, four cheese omelet soufflé and the Southern inspired fried buttermilk chicken and waffles.
Many devout brunchers at Mildred’s Temple Kitchen came from its former incarnation, Mildred Pierce, the restaurant that helped establish brunch as the religious event it has become in the city. The whole menu is full of now classic dishes, but some favourites include the fluffy blueberry buttermilk pancakes, crunchy granola with house-made toasted honey oats, and Veda’s Choice, the poached egg dish served with a fresh croissant with either smoked salmon or rosemary bacon. Dinner is served here too—and it’s certainly delicious—but brunch is what Mildred’s has always been known for.
On Friday and Saturday nights, Vogue Supper Club becomes a bumping party with plenty of dancing. Before the club-goers arrive and take over the floor, Vogue serves lunch and dinner, focusing on North American fare. The menu features meaty items like bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin, Cornish hen, steak frites and a roasted lamb rack, all of which come with Vogue’s fabulous fries, which are tossed with parsley, parmesan cheese and garlic.
In the late 1700s and early 1800s the area now known as Liberty Village was part of the Garrison Common —a military fortification for the Town of York (which would later become Toronto). Historic Fort York, located at 100 Garrison Road,served as the base for the Canadian militia in the Battle of York against the Americans in 1813. The arrival of the railway to this area in the 1850s attracted industry, which in turn led to the building of warehouses and factories.Many of these are now enjoying a new purpose in Liberty Village as funky lofts, hip live/work spaces and studio offices.
The name Liberty Village is said to be a reference to the Central Prison and the Mercer Reformatory for Women that were situated here in the late1800s and early 1900s. Liberty Street —the neighbourhood’s main east-west thoroughfare —is so named because it was the first ground prisoners set foot upon once they were granted their release.
Established in 1912, this museum is one of the largest museums in North America, with over one million visitors per year. The museum is among the world's leading museums of natural history and world cultures thanks to its over six million items and forty galleries, giving the museum one of the most diverse collections of its kind in the world.
The museum contains memorable exhibits, making it a great attraction for kids as well as adults. From dinosaurs and meteorites to international art and science exhibits, the Royal Ontario Museum could keep you enchanted with artifacts from the past for days.
Liberty Village residents can make use of the nearby waterfront trail for cycling, walking, jogging or rollerblading. This neighbourhood is just minutes away from all of the excitement that downtown Toronto has to offer. Toronto’s entertainment district is close by and you are only a quick jaunt away from all of the major sporting teams in Toronto, as well as theatres and more.
Liberty Village is known as a destination for those looking to find unique furniture, design stores, and art galleries. It is a very hip and urban area that offers coffee shops and urban fusion restaurants. There are plenty of housing options in Liberty Village.
With plenty of condos to choose from you could easily make Liberty Village the place you call home.
The 2000sqft Danceology Social Ballroom and Latin Dancing Studio was opened in the Liberty Market Building for the purpose of providing the ultimate Social Dance Experience. Each participant is given the utmost attention to teaching, and learning in a social environment.
Liberty Village CrossFit is an extremely efficient and effective way to get into great shape. Their training methods produce clear and tangible results for all levels of fitness.
They work with a hugely diverse set of equipment, movements, and drills that are constantly varied in a way that no other strength and conditioning program can deliver. High intensity cardio, gymnastics and weightlifting are all incorporated into routines.
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