The suites at King West Condos Phase 3 at 85 East Liberty Street in Toronto’s Liberty Village is part of a larger complex that includes the addresses 65 East Liberty Street & 75 East Liberty Street. This section of the complex is a 23 floor building with four levels of underground parking, and houses approximately 400 total townhouse and condominium units. The suites are slowly being finished with their construction in 2013 and occupancy and registration should follow by the end of 2013. The units have standard finishings with kitchen with modern cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and granite counter tops. The living areas and bedrooms are finished with laminate floors and sometimes even with full hardwood floors. The maintenance fees are approximately forty six cents per square foot to begin with and they cover the heat, water, building insurance, common elements and the parking. The suite owners and tenants are responsible for the hydro of the units. The amenities in the building include bowling lanes, games room, gym, multimedia room, 24 hour security, rooftop garden, and indoor pool with sauna & hot tub.
1 Bedroom & 1 Bath:
From $250,000 and up to $300,000
1 Bedroom Plus Den & 2 Bath:
From $300,000 and up to $400,000
2 Bedroom & 2 Bath:
From $425,000 and up to $475,000
2 Bedroom Plus Den & 2 Bath:
From $475,000 and up to $600,000
Bowling, Indoor Pool & Hot Tub & Sauna, Games Room, Garden, Gym, Multimedia Room, Guest Suites, 24 Hour Security Desk
Approximately 46 cents per square foot
Maintenance Fee Items:
Water, Heat, Building Insurance, Parking (if existing), Common Elements
Toronto’s Liberty Village neighbourhood is one of the most sought after neighbourhoods in all of Toronto for professional singles & professional couples who are just starting their life together. The neighbourhood is filled with like minded people, most of whom work in the Toronto’s Downtown Financial District which is a short T.T.C. King West streetcar ride from Liberty Village. The area also has a T.T.C. bus line that runs right through Liberty Village to make your trip even easier if you don’t have a car. The area is also a short drive South to the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard which can take you to the major North & South highways or West to the Q.E.W. highway. There are nice open spaces close by with the Liberty Village Park being right in Liberty Village, just to the West though is Alan Lampart Stadium Park, and if you wish to make the short trip you can head Northeast to Queen Street West and go to Trinity Bellwoods Park. The area has a full service 24-hour Metro grocery store for all your food needs, but there are also many smaller independent stores, shops, cafes and restaurants that line the area of Liberty Village and King Street West. In the evening you can jump on the streetcar to head to the Entertainment District which has all the hottest clubs, lounges, bars and hotspots in the downtown Toronto area. Truly Liberty Village has become the place to live when looking for an excellent combination of work and play.
SCHOOL & DAY CARE INFORMATION
We have researched and put together a list of the Public Schools & Catholic Schools associated with this area, as well as the closest Private Schools & Montessori Schools. Click the school name for the school website, click the boundary link for the school boundaries and click the ranking for the Fraser Institute School Ranking and EQAO Scores.
We have compiled a list of the units that have been sold or leased at King West Condominiums Phase 3 at 85 East Liberty Street, in Toronto’s Liberty Village. If you are interested in the final price of any of these condos or condominiums please contact me by clicking here