One of Toronto's oldest neighbourhoods, Liberty Village is located in the city's west end. The fascinating blend of old-world charm and modern, urban living is something that must be experienced to be fully appreciated. To help you get a feel for the neighbourhood, Timbercreek Communities created this guide to Liberty Village.
Young professionals in the creative industries. Your neighbours span artists, film producers, graphic designers, interior designers, architects, writers and independent business owners.
Although the old and historic buildings are a testament to Liberty Village’s industrial past, the west end of the neighbourhood is now a hotbed for a whole variety of fresh companies, from digital firms to advertising agencies to tech startups.
As the sun sets, the Toronto waterfront bicycle and walking trails fill up with Liberty Village residents who head out for a stroll, jog, or bike ride. Businesses in and around the neighbourhood are graced with a stream of customers at all hours of the day, especially at cafés and bars.
Liberty Village is home to some of the city’s most attractive and original hard lofts. While historic factory buildings still dot the area, many have been converted for contemporary uses, from cool lofts to even cooler restaurants and bars.