Zoocasa has 81 active condo listings throughout Liberty Village. For past listings, search our Liberty Village sold listings and Liberty Village expired listings The average listing price in Liberty Village for a condo is $658,813, which is 18% higher than April 2018. The average list price differs significantly for other property types. The average listing price of a house is $1,499,000, $822,644 for a townhouse, and $658,813 for a condo. There are many popular neighbourhoods surrounding Liberty Village, including Liberty, Beaconsfield, Portugal Village, Trinity Bellwoods, Gallery District, Trinity Niagara, Niagara that offer a variety of home prices and unique areas to live. Liberty Village also has many options for renters looking for a condo with 80 active rental listings and an average lease price of $2,533.
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Nestled in the southwest corner of downtown Toronto, Liberty Village combines the historic charm of revitalized factory lofts with brand new condos and bustling business area. The first development in Toronto to feature a “campus-style” neighbourhood, Liberty village offers residents an abundance of dining and shopping options while maintaining a close-knit community feel.
A fan favourite among young professionals who want easy downtown convenience
Young adults come to Liberty Village for its mix of relatively affordable housing, pedestrian convenience, and proximity to Toronto’s downtown core. Located close to the trendy Ossington and West Queen West neighbourhoods, and filled with a wide variety of its own local restaurants, pubs and shops, it’s a popular area for single professionals and couples, as well as first-time home buyers. Eighty per cent of its population is aged between 25 – 64 - nearly 40% higher than the city average. Residents earn an average after-tax household income of $71,892, and 82% speak English as a home language. Portuguese is also a common language spoken in the area (3.5%), followed by Spanish (2.7%) and Cantonese (2.1%).
The neighbourhood is also popular with design, advertising and technology companies for its selection of trendy loft office spaces, converted from former industrial buildings and factories.
Glittering glass towers, historic brick lofts, and an industrial legacy
Liberty Village has experienced massive population growth over the past decade, following condo development and a revitalization of its business area in 2004. However, the neighbourhood has a long and storied – and sometimes dark – history. While heavily utilized for weapon and supplies manufacturing during both World Wars, Liberty Village owes its name to several former prisons that operated there during the late 1800s. Inmates were once freed onto the now condo-lined Liberty Street, and a former chapel from the Toronto Central Prison is now the focal point of Liberty Village Park. The remnants of this industrial past now offer a backdrop to the new condo and townhome developments located throughout the 43-acre neighbourhood, as well as newly-landscaped greenspace. The vast majority (75%) of housing in Liberty Village is high-rise buildings over five floors. These condos have been developed with the young professional in mind and many feature premium amenities such as gyms, pools, and even a bowling alley.
All the conveniences of downtown living, just steps from home
Liberty Village residents have access to almost every possible type of business and amenity, often located just steps from home. Brunch is considered a main event on the weekends, with regular lineups at local favourites such as School and Mildred’s Temple Kitchen. Patios at the Brazen Head and William’s Landing are always full in the summer, while latte fans can get their fix at Balzac’s Liberty Village location. A number of specialty fitness studios offers classes ranging from barre, yoga and cross fit, while the nearby Metro and LCBO make for easy pedestrian errands.
While there are no schools located directly in Liberty Village, students are often bussed to these options in surrounding area:
|School Name||Fraser Institute Rankings|
|Harbord Collegiate Institute||7.4|
|Alexander Muir Gladstone School||7.2|
|Givins Shaw Public School||6.9|
|Heydon Park School||N/A|
|Holy Family Catholic School||N/A|