Toronto Area: The Village Residences

By NextHome Staff
September 24, 2015

Great design, great value and a great location were paramount for Liberty Development as it artfully planned The Village Residences, its latest condominium project coming soon to Bayview and Sheppard. Now open for registration, this classic midrise condominium is exactly what buyers are
looking for.

With its precise eye for identifying neighbourhoods with great potential and room to grow, Liberty Development meticulously selected the Bayview Village neighbourhood as the home for its new condominium residence.

“We are extremely excited to bring modern design and luxurious living to Bayview Village with our new project, The Village Residences,” says Marco Filice, senior vice president and general counsel at Liberty Development. “A perfect fit for this unbeatable, boutique neighbourhood, The Village Residences is an elegant midrise condo that will offer residents meticulously designed luxury suites, and at excellent value.”

The 10-storey chic and modernist condominium was thoughtfully designed by Wayne Long Architect and will feature retail opportunities at street level. Priced from the low $200,000s, suites at The Village Residences range in size from 390 to 1,335 sq. ft, and are available in a variety of layouts from studios, to three-bedroom-plus-den options.

To complement the clean architecture of the exterior, Liberty turned to Tanner Hill Associates Incorporated to design the interiors at The Village Residences. The suites will feature timelessly elegant designs and include nine-foot ceilings, wide plank laminate flooring, and boast granite or quartz countertops, undermount sinks, ceramic tile backsplashes, and stainless steel appliances.

Beyond the well-laid-out suites, residents at The Village Residences will be able to enjoy premier amenities right at home with access to an exercise room, lounge, multi-purpose room, outdoor amenity terrace, golf-simulator, and concierge.

Understanding the “must-haves” of today’s savvy condo buyers, the award-winning developer recognized that Bayview Village would satisfy buyers’ eagerness for a neighbourhood that offers a residential feel with contemporary style in an urban setting that promises the conveniences of condo living.

“This burgeoning neighbourhood really has something for everyone, and is attractive to families, singles, and working professionals alike,” says Shawn Richardson, director of sales and marketing at Liberty Development. “It is conveniently close to the subway and haute couture fashion, and has all of the elements to make it the next great live-work-play neighbourhood in the city.”

Bayview Village is home to a wide variety of commercial office opportunities, entertainment venues, chef-inspired restaurants, schools, and parks including the East Don Valley Parklands. The neighbourhood is also abundant with retail offerings, and anchored by the posh, boutique Bayview Village shopping centre — the crème-de-la-crème of shopping, with over 100 luxury retailers catering to high-style customers.

Additionally, this neighbourhood boasts convenient access to public transit as well as major commuter highways such as the 401 and 404, making it easy to get around, or in and out of Bayview Village. The TTC services subway stops nearby along Sheppard (Yonge, Bayview, Bessarion, Leslie), as well as two bus routes running along Bayview and Leslie. For those looking for an express route into the city, the nearby Oriole GO Transit station gets commuters to Union Station in under 30 min.

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