To complement the 19th century charm of the area, this project is exquisitely designed with glass and red brick cladding, creating a perfect aesthetic contrast.
Standing boldly at the edge of the chic Liberty Village neighbourhood and the intersection of two trendy streets – King and Dufferin – XO Condos is a perfect addition to this affluent neighborhood, adding to its hippy character and artsy ambience.
The condo boasts a 95/100 walk score and an almost perfect transit score of 96/100, meaning that residents will be within close proximity to all essential infrastructure and all the primary attractions of Toronto; including the trendy Entertainment District. Virtually everything is within reach and if it’s not, then mass transit makes commuting easy and efficient.
Quick Access to Everything!
Loved for evoking a sense of belonging, the trendy neighborhood of Liberty Village is bursting with creativity and energy. Every day the street is colored by street cars servicing King Street West, which offers quick access to Line 1 train at the St. Andrew TTC subway station.
For access to the Bloor-Danforth line 2 trains, streetcars also provide quick commute to the Dundas West and Broadview station. Buses that offer quick commute though Dufferin Street and neighboring areas are common.
For private motorists, a speedy trip along the Gardiner Expressway, which has direct access to Highway 427, Highway 401 and the Don Valley Parkway, makes driving to anywhere in Southern Ontario effortless.
Liberty Village’s vibrant street culture comes from the amazing residential developments that the area is experiencing. XO is beautifully built to complement the charm of its location.
The stunning red brick cladding of the building was carefully chosen to pay homage to the neighbourhood’s 19th-century industrial heritage; with the glass façade added for contemporary elegance. Its location within the South Parkdale region in Toronto places residents at the center of hip restaurants, parks, and fine attractions.
Nearby restaurants; such as Tibet Kitchen, Parts & Labour, Tsampa Café and Norlin, all offer a variety of delicacies to appease the taste buds of locals. Just to the south of Liberty Village, there is also a plethora of hidden gems in the form of coffee shops and bistros. It’s one of the trendiest places to live, where your days can be spent enjoying the finer things in life; like visiting Cherry Blossoms in High Park or unleashing one’s European roots at Roncesvalles Village.
The neighbourhood has a unique ambience that you won’t find elsewhere. It’s an area that is teeming with all of the elements that are necessary for everyday enjoyment, while still being located far enough from the hustle and bustle of downtown.
Liberty Village is also not far from the chic West Queen West neighborhood, Lake Ontario and Exhibition Place; making it an unmatchable location.
Aside from its almost perfect walk and transit score, condo residents will be encircled by a plethora of desirable amenities both inside and outside of home, coupled with many nearby destinations to explore. The area is a packed to the brim with amazing residences, people, and places to enjoy.
The Ideal Neighborhood
The entire community of the location will come with on-site parkland dedication. The structure of the building is expected to complement the Dufferin King Parkette. Moreover, it will come packed with street front setbacks. There are plans that aim at widening the adjacent sidewalks to make more space for residents to walk around. The pedestrian traffic will benefit a lot through this simple expansion.
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