Liberty Village


Liberty Village: Vibrant, urban, young and dynamic. A perfect neighbourhood for those who are looking for cutting edge architecture and affordable pricing.

One of the oldest settlements in Toronto. Established in 1790’s by the British it quickly became a base for Canadian military in a battle against our southern neighbour. Liberty Village is a constantly-evolving object lesson in reinvention. The railway tracks that can be seen today at the south border of the neighbourhood were built in 1850s to boost the development of a residential-focused community. However, tracks brought heavy industry instead, leading to the construction of huge factories and warehouses. When shipping shifted from rail to semi-trucks, these spacious buildings were sold off and repurposed as super cool lofts featuring industrial and minimalistic styles. With a walk score of 92 and transit score of 98, Liberty Village has become a paradise for young professionals working in the media and tech industries.




Why do we love Liberty Village?

In Liberty Village, cool lofts, creative people and a warm energy combine to create some of the city’s most unique spaces.

Describe A Perfect Day in Liberty Village

To kickstart our morning, we like to stop by Balzac’s Coffee Roasters, located on the ground floor of the Toy Factory Lofts, for a cup of potent espresso and a casual sit down with the morning emails or a friendly chat. Named after Honore de Balzac, the 19th century French novelist and big coffee lover, Balzac’s atmosphere envelops you with Parisian vibe, the only thing that is missing to feel like in Paris a view of the Eiffel Tower. Then, we toss a coin deciding where to go: watch a soccer game at Lamport Stadium or, if we feel super active and excited we might stroll to climb and boulder at Joe Rockheads, one of Toronto’s best rock climbing facilities. For lunch, we’re all about the legendary B’LUNCH dishes at Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, a favorite of not only the “local villagers”, but also foodies across Toronto. Following our yummy lunch, we might discover the new trends of industrial style design at West Elm and EQ3. Trust us, as soon as you enter these home decor temples, you will want to burn all of your existing furniture. You will find everything needed for upgrading your interior design here: modern armchairs, unique lighting options, minimalistic beds or even hand-stitched duvet covers. After our inspirational shopping, we usually call our friends who live who live nearby and getting ready for dinner. An amazing dinner option here is Caffino, an Italian classic restaurant with fresh pizza, pasta, antipasti and a rustic warehouse atmosphere. Evening usually continues with friendly debate about whether we are going to Toronto’s Entertainment District, Air Canada Centre or Rogers Centre — all just a few minutes away.

One Thing Someone Looking to Live in Liberty Village Should Know

Be ready to have some room for inspiration in the right side of your brain, because Liberty Village is home for people who work in advertising, design, tech, media industries and you won’t be able to avoid their creativity. They work hard and they play hard!


Even though there are no schools in Liberty Village itself, it just takes a few minutes to get to downtown core where children from all over the city come to study. And hey, did we mention that TTC launched free rides for children age 12 or under. Yay!



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RE/MAX REGAL HOMES, BROKERAGE 59 East Liberty St, Toronto