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Liberty Central by the Lake 
51 East Liberty St, Toronto
Developer: CanAlfa Group

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Discussion in 'Real Estate - Individual Project Threads' started by riley, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. riley

    riley Active Member

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    I've been noticing new ads for this building in the Condo Guide. Does anyone have any recent information about it, or any renderings or city plan applications? It seems like this one has been delayed for awhile but may finally be ready to be revealed.
     
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  2. MattR

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    You can check out the floor plans here:

    http://www.libertycondos.com/

    Link on the right.

    Prices range from ~420$ per sq ft to a little over 500$ per sq ft depending on floor and model...
     
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  3. riley

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    Thanks matt. The site says preconstruction prices ended march 6, but it was never open to the public. Crazy how 'inside' condo sales are becoming.
     
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    'inside' condo sales always existed. They're just not as good as keeping them discreet about it anymore. So if you think you're buying at "VIP/Grand Opening Pricing", think again. lol

    btw, i think the website is privately owned (probably by an outside agent). I could be wrong. Can someone confirm?
     
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  5. riley

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    Are these ALL the floor plans? Is the biggest unit in the building really just over 800 sq ft? If so, this must be solely aimed at first time buyer or investors, which I guess is the market for Liberty Village in general. Would be nice though it they started offering larger units to grow into.
     
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