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You can have the best time of your life in a 17ft ceiling loft at Toronto‘s hippiest downtown neighbourhood. Liberty Market Loft offers an authentic loft life in a light-filled 2 story loft that defies the boxy mentality of ordinary condominiums. Award-winning Toronto architect Wallman Architects designed the boutique condominium, with Union 31 designing the expansive, natural-light-filled interiors.
The incredibly successful Liberty Market Lofts was Phase Two of the Liberty Market Building residential and retail community developed by Lifetime. Building on this success, Phase 3 – a 8-storey mixed-use tower with 293 residential units and nine floors of commercial space- is currently being planned for the east side of the Liberty Market building. These residences have everything you can ask for, even an art gallery to depict its modern feel. This is the best place for you!
The Liberty Market Lofts developed by LIFETIME are located at 5 Hanna Street in the heart of Toronto’s King Street West’s Liberty Village. Steps To Liberty Village’s Finest Entertainment Lounges & Restaurants. Minutes To The Financial & Entertainment Districts. Aside from the myriad of shops and restaurants, sporting stadium, indoor rock climbing gym, and more, Liberty Village also shares borders with a number of exciting Toronto neighbourhoods; Parkdale neighbourhood, Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods, and more are all within close reach.
Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. Nothing to worry because there are lots of schools that your children can go to within the area. Some of them are Parkdale CI, Holy Family, St. Mary and many more!
The retail, restaurants and services of the Liberty Market Building is also just steps away. If you want to relax, you can just take a walk, shop, dine and unwind with all the amazing sceneries nearby. You can also have an indoor rock climbing or try to be fit and visit the sporting stadium! There are good parks in the area including the Allan Lamport Stadium Park, as well as it being close to Trinity Bellwoods Park where many events are held throughout the summer months.
Those who rely on public transit to get around can use the 509 Exhibition Place streetcar or those running along King Street West to reach the financial district, the subway, or neighbourhoods further east. Alternatively, the Queen streetcar service runs 24 hours a day, and is only a short walk from the lofts at 5 Hanna.
If you have your own car, you can access the Gardiner Expressway via Jameson Avenue, a fast-paced route that travels along the southern edge of the city. From here, residents can connect with the 427 to the west, the Don Valley Parkway to the east, or major arterial roads in between.
Just outside your door, Toronto’s Liberty Village has many fun and interesting restaurants, cafes, and bars to explore, not to mention recreational centres and easy access to the Entertainment District and the Waterfront.The live-work building is within walking distance to pretty much anything you’d need. Not only is it right beside the shops at the Liberty Market Building, you could practically walk to places like Local Public Eatery, Koja, and Aroma. If you’re an advocate of the 100-mile diet lifestyle, you can shake off an ambitious Saturday night with a walk over to the Liberty Village Farmers Market, immediately to the west of the building in the Green P parking lot on Sunday mornings – it doesn’t get much more “local” than that.
Liberty Market Lofts offers artist-specific amenities. It has an art gallery, a tool and utility room where artists can do shop or craftwork, and a business centre with Internet, photocopier, fax and cutting facilities. You can also take advantage of the tool/utility room, which has an oversized workbench. To those who wish to work from home but meet with clients in a professional work environment, the onsite business centre makes this as an excellent option. How cool!
Additionally, it offers its’ residents access to a lounge with a wet bar, dining area and kitchen.
Other perks include an impressive, mirror-lined fitness centre, with a yoga studio and rare-to-find indoor basketball half-court.
Lifetime Development’s remarkable portfolio of projects range from innovative condo developments to hotels, where their team continuously delivers unprecedented style, function, and amenities. They are consistently demonstrating the vision of identifying key locations assured for growth and influencing the evolution of dynamic urban communities. Lifetime remains at the lead of Toronto’s real estate and development sector.
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