Liberty Village

Liberty Village is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is bordered to the north by King Street West, to the west by Dufferin Street, to the south by the Gardiner Expressway, the east by Strachan Avenue, and the northeast by the CP railway tracks.

About Liberty Village

Liberty Village is a 43-acre master-planned community, combining res-identical, commercial, and retail uses. This neighbourhood attracts young professionals in media, high-tech, and design businesses who live and work in the urban core.

There is a gritty, urban feel and a unique vibrancy to Liberty Village, emanating from the red brick Victorian industrial architecture that dominates the streetscape. The tall chimney smoke stacks that project from some of these old buildings serve as neighbourhood landmarks.

The area’s proximity to the railway tracks led to its growth as an industrial area. In 1884, John Inglis and Company opened a factory to manufacture heavy machinery, boilers, and later, electrical appliances. Inglis’ success led to its expansion onto Central Prison lands.

In 1891, Massey-Harris (later Massey Ferguson) built a factory to produce agricultural implements. Other companies established in the late 19th century included Toronto Carpet Manufacturing, St. David’s Wine, and Ontario Wind Engine and Pump.

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