Liberty Village Condos for Sale
Liberty Village Condos for sale is one of the newest neighbourhoods to emerge from the developing Toronto real estate and community network. Located Just north of the main rail lines, its boundaries are King Street West and the Gardiner expressway (north and south) and Dufferin and Strachan Avenue East and west with an additional boundary formed with the the CP rail corridor.
This area of Liberty Village Condos for Sale was first an industrial neighbourhood but began to develop into a residential hub in 2004 and has experienced massive growth since. Home to many young, single working class people, Liberty Village has created a name for itself with this population. Many hip night spots, restaurants, bars, clubs have sprung out of the development. The neighbourhood has close proximity to downtown, the the sports arenas, as well as the waterfront of Lake Ontario.
Liberty Village has been host to a weekly farmers market in the summer months, though continued growth may soon force it to relocate due to the lack of further land for development in the area.
Transit service is mainly from the King West Streetcar line, which has seen an resurgence with the closing of King Street to motor vehicle traffic during the weekdays. Continued negotiations with the Metro-links may results in Go Transit station being located on the edge of Liberty Village to provide direct access to Union Station in the heart of the Financial district of Toronto.
Liberty Village is mainly a condo neighbour with townhouses and condo towers being the prominent form of housing in the area. The area is densely populated and spaces tends to be smaller then other more established areas in the Downtown Core. Liberty Village has housing costs being slightly lower then downtown or mid-town but demand reminds high. Liberty Village Condos for sale can be secured for under 400K but those with views fetching much higher prices. Most of the condo cater to the younger crowds with amenities reflecting this – with large exercise areas, pools, dog washing stations and the like.
One of the downfalls of the area is lack of park and green space. Due to the rush to build affordable unit, green spaces are few and small. Access to the waterfront parks and recreation areas fill some of the need for family with dogs to exercise, run and do their business. Grocery stores are somewhat limited, though eaters and coffee shops are plentiful in the area and surrounding neighbourhoods.