Bliss Condominiums in Liberty Village celebrates huge sales success
From New Homes & Condos Magazine
Bliss Condominiums broke the mould this month with an astounding 70% of the suites in the building selling since the launch. This latest offering is the second tower by CanAlfa to be launched in the popular Liberty Village neighbourhood just west of Strachan Avenue, south of King Street West. The company is also responsible for 476 townhomes that are completely sold and occupied.
Of those people visiting the presentation centre, many decided to make the commitment to be part of this dynamic, evolving neighbourhood. It’s not just that Bliss Condominiums is affordable, though prices start at $221,000 for a 644-sq.-ft. unit, or that it has the benefits of a smaller unit mix. It’s not even just the deluxe standard finishes like granite counters and stainless appliances. No, what’s drawing people from all over the GTA to Liberty’s doors is a community that nurtures and celebrates what’s valuable in life.
The tag line â€“ Live in Liberty â€“ says it all. When homeowners live close enough to work to eliminate long commute times, they have the time to enjoy life’s essentials â€“ to live, work and play.
Built on 45 acres of historic industrial lands laid fallow when manufacturing gave way to the information and technology revolution â€“ and unhampered by pre-existing residential neighbourhood plans â€“ CanAlfa was free to envision a community suited to today’s needs.
Its proximity to a booming downtown that’s fast taking its place on the world stage has also helped fuel the area’s rebirth â€“ around the corner a evolving crop of restaurants and cafÃ©s, like Susur, Lee, Maro, and a thriving graphic arts, design and film industry. A little farther you’ll find the trendy clothing stores and furniture shops of Queen West, the theatres and Thomson Hall, all part of King West. Twelve minutes by transit and you’re at work in the financial district.
There’s natural beauty just two minutes south at the lake and opportunities for sailing, strolling on the beach, relaxing bike rides or a ferry ride to the Islands. Nearby Ontario Place offers summer fun and live entertainment, celebrities perform at the Molson Amphitheatre, the Direct Energy Centre hosts a variety of international shows including the National Home Show, the One-of-a-Kind Show and the Royal Horse Show and Harbourfront regularly entertains with art, music and theatre festivals.
From its conception as an urban village, Liberty Village has been steadily growing. The streets are now bustling. What was once home to a small neighbourhood of factory labourers is now home to over 1,000 new residents â€“ multi-pierced and tattooed hipsters, haberdashers, fashionistas, IT purveyors, artists, film-makers, Bay Street bankers, and a host of clever entrepreneurs.
The area’s transformation has been so radical, in fact, that Liberty Village was nominated for Community of the Year at the 2007 National Sales and Marketing Awards held in February.
What distinguishes it is the community spirit, the importance of friends, family, fun, even work. And Bliss Condominiums â€“ now selling at extremely appealing prices in Liberty Village which promises to be one of the hippest neighbourhooods in Toronto â€“ are an integral part of that.
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