All about Liberty Village: Liberty Village in Toronto’s west end continues to evolve as a sleek and modern neighbourhood, catering to attractive young professionals and the artistic crowd. Once, one of the industrial epicentres of Toronto, today many of the original warehouses have been maintained and converted to innovative work spaces or repurposed as super cool lofts, such as the Toy Factory Lofts and Liberty Market Lofts. Although Liberty Village has become oversaturated with condos and townhouses, the neighbourhood continues to expand with a multitude of new shops and restaurants. Liberty Village has become its own little downtown outside of the main downtown core.
Things to see in Liberty Village: Aside from a bustling nightlife, there is a strong health conscious aspect to the area, with plenty of yoga studios, gyms and a rock climbing studio unique the neighbourhood. The revitalized Liberty Market Building is quickly becoming a local landmark, home to a growing mix of restaurants and shops. Plus, some of the best brunch spots in the city can be found in Liberty Village; School Bakery, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen and 25 Liberty are among them. The neighbourhood is also 5 minutes to Lakeshore, a 20 minute walk to the financial core and a 10 minute walk to the entertainment, fashion, art gallery districts on Ossington, King and Queen Street west.