Buzzing with a youthful energy, Liberty Village emits a vibrant and creative way of life that is especially attractive to Gen Z’s and Millennials.

Once the site of Toronto’s first Central Prison and the Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Women, the name “Liberty Village” comes from an urban myth. It is said that freed prisoners were released along Liberty St. to embark on their newfound “liberty”.

This 43-acre campus-style community combines retailers, commercial space and residential townhomes and condos. Liberty Village stretches North to King St. W, South to the Gardiner, West to Dufferin St. and East to Strachan Ave.

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There are two sides to residential real estate in Liberty Village. On one side, you’ll find the community’s vintage red brick Victorian industrial structures. Some of which have been repurposed as hard loft condos, and others as commercial space hosting some of Toronto’s most technically advanced production facilities, tech firms and media agencies. Retailers that offer an eclectic and edgy taste also occupy these Liberty Village landmarks.

On the other side, you will find soaring modern, concrete and glass condo buildings that provide an attractive contrast.


Though there are no schools within the Liberty Village boundaries, the Toronto District School Board stretches into Parkdale to include Queen Victoria Public School and Parkdale Collegiate Institute.


Joggers, walkers, and cyclists rejoice! Liberty Village resident’s take advantage of the proximal location to the waterfront trail. You are also minutes from the TFC pitch, and world-class sporting venues such as Scotiabank Area and the Rogers Centre.


Accessing this vibrant neighbourhood is effortless through the streetcar lines along Queen St. and King St. For additional convenience and accessibility, GO Transits Exhibition Station is within walking distance.


Gaining a reputation as a destination spot for those seeking unique furniture and design stores, Liberty Village has no shortage local businesses that offer just that and more. Liberty Market Building, I Have A Crush On You and EQ3 are some of the local favourites.

Local Gems

This welcoming community is pet friendly throughout offering many green spaces for your furry friends to frolic in.

Assorted cafes providing exceptional coffee and ambience include Balzac’s and Avro coffee.

Popular among residents for delicious eats are Impact Kitchen, School, Mildred's Temple Kitchen and 8 Mile Pizza. Or for a bar/pub outing, try Brazen Head, Local or The Craft Brasserie & Grill.