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Top 5 Reasons To Live In Liberty Village – Toronto

If you’re looking for a great community to call home, here are the top 5 reasons to live and invest in the upcoming Liberty Village Real Estate market.

I’ve been living and working in Liberty Village in Toronto for a few years and I’ve seen the community grow and change fairly dramatically over that time too.

There have been a ton of new Liberty Village condo buildings constructed and opened throughout Liberty Village which has added a lot of new and diverse residents to the area, but more importantly, new businesses and places to eat, drink and shop in Liberty.

Here Are My Top 5 Reasons To Live In Liberty Village

(1) Liberty Village Real Estate Options to Own or Rent

Whether you are looking to rent or own a condo in Liberty Village, there are a lot of different types of properties to choose from. From highrise condo buildings with lots of amenities to low rise, cool and trendy hard lofts and spacious townhomes with rooftop patios and terraces, there are lots of options to find a comfortable Liberty Village home at a fairly reasonable price compared to other neighbouring areas in Toronto.

(2) Accessibility to Everything

Liberty Village is situated just North of Lakeshore Blvd and just South of King St West, bordered between Diufferin to the West and Strachan to the East. Major bus, streetcar and Go Train transit is only minutes away. The entire Liberty Village community is very walkable with access to a growing list of shops, cafes and restaurants right outside your door or a couple minutes walk away. It’s also less than a 10 minute walk north or south to venture out for a stroll by the lake or Trinity Bellwoods Park and all the shops on Queen West.

liberty village market exterior view

(3) Bars, Restaurants and Shops

Liberty Village has a surprising number of restaurant and bar options too. You can visit Brazen Head, Local Public Eatery, Craft Brasserie, Liberty Commons at Big Rock or Something in the Water for a beer or two just to name a few. Or if you’re hungry, there’s a wide variety of restaurants and lunch spots like Kibo Sushi, Merci Mon Ami, ONO Poke Bar, Chiang Mai Thai, Maurya East Indian, Impact Kitchen, Aloette and more. You can also grocery shop at Longo’s, Metro, Bulk Barn and Organic Garage, workout at AlteaActive, Good Life and F45 and do all of your major banking (TD, Scotia), pharmacy (Shoppers Drug Mart) pet shopping and more.

(4) Coffee (and Tea) Lovers

There are a number of Liberty Village coffee shops and cafes to choose from for virtually every taste. You can grab a caramel macchiato at Starbucks or a Bieber Brew at Tim Hortons, an espresso at Balzacs or an Aussie Magic at Arvo.

liberty village community park

(5) Dog Lovers Paradise

Liberty Village also seems like the dog friendly capital of Toronto with a ton of very furry and cute dog breeds going for walks around the Liberty Village community anytime of day or night. There are a few Liberty Village dog parks as well for off-leash fun and an opportunity for dog owners to socialize and get to know their neighbours.

Planning a move to Liberty Village to buy or rent? I can help. Contact me now to get started.

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