Two decades since the first condominiums were developed in the area, Toronto’s Liberty Village has been transformed from an industrial neighbourhood to a vibrant community with public amenities, sought after retail and mixed-use residences.

Located at 171 East Liberty Street, in the heart of the community, Liberty Market Tower is the newest development set to make its mark on Liberty Village. The project by Lifetime Developments comprises 281 suites and a variety of luxury amenities within a sleek 28-storey tower.


Designed by Wallman Architects, the project is situated on the last developable parcel of land in the neighbourhood, surrounded by established shops and restaurants. The structure replaces the eastern portion of the Liberty Market Building, which housed small shops, furniture stores and businesses like Casalife and Rpl. before it was demolished in 2018. The original structure was a munitions factory in the 1940s, supporting the country’s efforts during World War II.


Today, the development is well under construction and is quickly rising towards its final height. When complete, the tower will be anchored by an eight-storey podium at its base where many of its 12,000 square feet of combined indoor and outdoor amenities will be located. These include a co-working space, games room, party room with an adjoining private dining room, and a fully-equipped fitness centre.


Outdoors, residents will have access to a landscaped 6,500-square-foot barbecue terrace with a ‘freight’ lounge as its centrepiece. Made out of a shipping container, the bar-inspired lounge provides an industrial-chic space for entertaining.


Available suites range in size from 515 to 1,074 square feet and offer open-concept layouts with one- to three-and-a-half bedroom floorplans. The interiors by Cecconi Simone Inc. boast nine- or ten-foot smooth ceilings, luxury finishes and modern kitchens with integrated appliances.

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