In the 45-acre planned community of Liberty Village, the condominium tower at 59 East Liberty Street stands out as one of the neighbourhood’s most modern residences. Built by Can Alfa, the glass structure has a wide variety suites from studios to townhomes. It caters to Liberty Village’s professional demographic with modern design and hotel-style amenities.
Soaring above the other buildings, Liberty Towers is 24-storeys high. It houses 261 units that range between 533 and 1342 sq. ft. Each unit is exceptionally spacious and bright featuring 9” ceilings, granite countertops and laminate flooring.
Just south of King Street West, Liberty Village is a lively neighbourhood full of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, salons and gyms. There are big box corporate conveniences such as the 24-hour Metro supermarket and Starbucks alongside independent establishments such as The Academy of Spherical Arts and Balzac’s Coffee Roasters. There are also many galleries and art studios to explore in this pedestrian-friendly part of Toronto.
On top of the amenities in the immediate area, there is a lot going on within the walls of Liberty Towers. The Liberty Club, for example, is part of a 4-storey complex that offers exercise equipment, a yoga studio, an indoor swimming pool, a whirlpool, guest suites, a multi-purpose party room with a catering kitchen, a media centre and a spectacular rooftop lounge with a billiards area.
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