Liberty Market Tower Is Coming soon in Liberty Village

As Liberty Village continues to mature as a vibrant mixed-use community, there is growing demand for further intensification to accommodate additional people and jobs in the neighbourhood,”

Over four years after Lifetime Developments proposed a 32-storey mixed-use tower in Toronto’s Liberty Village neighbourhood, the 2012 proposal has worked its way through the planning and approvals process, and an altered version was recently submitted for site plan approval (SPA). The Wallman Architects-designed building—dubbed the Liberty Market Tower—is now scaled back to a height of 28 storeys and 90.33 metres!


Liberty Market Tower would replace just the east end of the Liberty Market Building at 171 East Liberty Street, a heritage warehouse building that serves as a retail hub for the Liberty Village community. The development’s podium is designed as a modern interpretation of the warehouse vernacular. It features retail on the ground floor, with office space on levels 2 through 7. Above that, 281 residential units would be housed on levels 8 through 28, with the 8th floor to be split between residential and amenity uses.

Residents of the development would have access to 512 m2 of indoor and 257 m2 of outdoor amenity space. In total, the development would be served by a three-level underground parking garage containing 287 parking spaces, while an additional 7 spaces would be housed at grade. Residents and tenants who rely on shorter commutes will have access to 347 bicycle spaces, including 22 visitor bicycle parking spaces at grade, accessible via the residential lobby.


It’s a place to create. A place to discover. And a place to hustle. With 300,000 sq.ft. of office & 100,000 sq. ft. of retail space in a historic setting, it’s the perfect place to pursue your passion.

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