TORONTO — Lifetime Developments has announced the third and final phase of its Liberty Village project in Toronto, launching the 28-storey Liberty Village Tower.
The Liberty Market Complex project has been 16 years in the making and includes the Liberty Market Building and the Liberty Market Lofts.
The new phase is intended as a live-work-play space, stated a Jan. 7 release, and will feature 281 luxury residential suites and seven floors of commercial space, all connected to the existing Liberty Market Building.
The eighth floor will include 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space with a fitness studio, entertaining rooms, business centre and outdoor dining patio.
The tower’s design will aim to blend in with the prevailing architectural context of the neighbourhood with its revitalized turn-of-the-century brick and beam industrial spaces, the release noted. Among other amenities, artist Anthony Ricciardi has been commissioned to create murals and sculptures that will be integrated within the communal living environments.
“From the outset, our work in Liberty Village has always been about creating a community,” says Brian Brown, principal of Lifetime Developments, in the statement.
“As pioneer builders of the neighbourhood, we’re proud to bring this project to life through a one-of-a-kind building situated where art meets business and industrial heritage meets modern design.”