First Capital’s planned renovation of King Liberty Village would convert several blocks along King Street West into a diverse urban attraction. An upcoming Toronto condo complex called the King Liberty Redevelopment will have a mix of residential and commercial space.
Rejuvenating Liberty Village’s underutilized site for commercial, retail, and residential uses is the goal of this condo project in King west. This development’s three high-rise structures are expected to house 850 people. As the new beating heart of Liberty Village, King Liberty Redevelopment plans to transform the land.
Liberty Village in New York City will shortly be redeveloped as part of the King Liberty Redevelopment. There are 850 residential apartments in two mixed-use buildings on the land. There are two towers of 29 and 34 stories, joined by a four-story platform for office and retail use, in Block A at 75 Hanna Avenue in New York City.
In Block B, a 33-story residential skyscraper with retail and office space sits on a 7-story pedestal. However, floor plans have not yet been released. Customers may anticipate expansive floor layouts with breathtaking vistas.
Snooker Street Extension, the Promenade, and Urban Plaza will also be built on this land. The public realm features will be situated in front of 75 Hanna Avenue and East Liberty Street.
King Liberty Redevelopment is a new development in Liberty Village, located at King Street West and Liberty Street. 61 Hanna Avenue, 75 Hanna Avenue, and 120 Lynn Williams Street will be part of the development site.
Residents will walk to restaurants, schools, and parks around the Liberty Village region. It also has a theatre, sloped pollinator gardens, a giant oak tree park, and updated asphalt. This is the ideal neighborhood for those who want to walk to their destinations.
Residents may find many public parks within a short distance of this residential area. Lamport Stadium Park, Massey Harris Park, and Melbourne Parkette are surrounding public parks.
The modern and safe King High Line, which connects Liberty Village to the new SmartTrack/GO Station, the new Ontario Line station, West Queen West, and the West Toronto RailPath, is also part of this concept.
It also attempts to get inhabitants to local transportation, bridges, and parks more quickly and safely. Access to the King Street Bridge, King High Line, and planned King West-Liberty Village station on the GO line will be about 8 minutes away by foot.
The property has already been well-connected to the TTC and other transportation lines with its proximity to critical thoroughfares and bike lanes. Every minute of every day, streetcars go along King and Queen Streets.
The exhibition station of GO transit is a short walk away and offers other transportation options. Driving is the most popular type of transportation here, and inhabitants have access to the whole Greater Toronto Area (GTA) through the Gardiner Expressway.
First Capital specializes in urban, mixed-use, and transportation-oriented developments, one of the most prominent real estate developers. Along with 801 York Mills and Avenue & Lawrence on The Kingsway, First Capital has also just completed Edenbridge.
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