Average Home Prices
1 Bed Condo
1 Bed + Den
2 Bed Condo
2 Bed + Den
Why We Love It
With a gritty and urban feel, there is a unique vibrancy to living in Liberty Village. With a hub of media and tech companies in the area, there's a strong professional feel similar to Silicon Valley. From great patios for Sunday brunch to gyms, grocery stores, and salons, there's everything anyone in their late 20s and early 30s would need.
You can really enjoy the community vibe in Liberty Village when you walk through the area and take in all it has to offer. Grab a coffee at Balthazar, enjoy brunch at School, shop at Naked Red, and finish it all off with a pint at Local.
Who Lives Here
Living in Liberty Village is a great option for young couples and singles. It's a condo-dense neighbourhood with a strong focus on nightlife, so it may not be the right place for those looking to settle down.
When you're living in Liberty Village, you can run errands by foot, grab a coffee close by, or do some shopping right outside your door. There's also easy access to the Gardiner, GO transit, and the TTC.
Local History Lesson
Liberty Village is landmarked by many of Toronto's older buildings. The tall chimney smoke stacks give the neighbourhood a touch of historic industrial charm in an otherwise modern community.
Here are some of the best schooling options in Toronto's Liberty Village area:
- The Waterfront School (JK – 8)
- Niagara Street Jr. Public School (JK – 6)
- Queen Victoria Public School (JK – 6)