About Liberty Village
Welcome to condo city Toronto! This neighbourhood is young, hip and vibrant. There is a village within a city feel here. Known for its historical industrial architecture and pristine CN tower views, you’ll also find residential and commercial spaces mixed among bars, restaurants, shops and services. Weekends you can find people everywhere brunching and watching sports in one of the local pubs and restaurants or walking their dogs through the park and checking out the local farmers market. The professional soccer team the TFC, who's home BMO field is only a short walk from this neighbourhood brings a ruckus of supporters to the neighbourhood to celebrate before and after the games. Liberty Village is also relatively close to Budweiser Stage where there are regular concerts held throughout the summer months. The former industrial manufacturing area is draws young professionals & young families and people who want to live, work and play and still have access to the downtown core & gentrification of the Queen st West. While some old factories have been repurposed as lofts, others are enjoying a second life as restaurants, gyms, furniture stores and galleries. The Toronto Carpet Factory building and its surrounding campus of industrial structures – an example of 1900s turn-of-the-century industrial architecture – is home to a mix of design, technology, media and marketing
Queen Victoria Public School - Elementary & Intermediate
Parkdale CI - Secondary
Central Technical School - Technological Programming
Holy Family - JK - GR8
St Mary - French Immersion - JK-GR1
The (TTC) operates two of its streetcar routes along King Street West: the 504 King and since June 2016, the 514 Cherry. Both routes connect to King and St. Andrew stations on Line 1 of the subway network, which the 504 King also serves Dundas West and Broadview stations on Line 2. Subway line 2 can additionally be reached using the 29 Dufferin bus route which travels along Dufferin Street. At the southern end of Liberty Village there is access to Exhibition GO Station, served by commuter trains on GO Transit's Lakeshore West line. The station is in turn linked to the TTC's Exhibition Loop, served by the 509 Harbourfront and 511 Bathurst streetcar routes.
A pedestrian bridge to connect Liberty Village to neighbouring Niagara was approved in 2011 and construction began in 2018. The $11.5 million bridge will provide better access to both Liberty Village and Niagara.
Liberty Village has notoriously had issues dealing with congestions and transit but since since November 2017, a pilot project on King Street has been implemented that has sped up travel times on streetcars along the central section of King Street.
Walk Score 90 - Daily Errands do not require a car
Transit Score 100 - Riders paradise
Bike Score 54 - Bikeable
Commute to Downtown Toronto
Car - 9mins
Bus - 26mins
Bike - 16mins
Walk - 56mins
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