It has been quite a while since UrbanToronto has trained our eye on Liberty Village, and it is high time that we covered a project that we have never featured before; that would be Liberty Market Lofts, a 12-storey Wallman Architects design, developed by BLVD and Lifetime Developments, and currently under construction to the south of the Liberty market building.

The building features mostly two-storey lofts with 17-foot high living room ceilings. The balconies in the rendering below occur on every second floor, to give you an idea on the scale.

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Amenity spaces in the building are designed by Kelly Cray of Chapman Design.

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

But how does the meeting room look now? It, and the rest of the building, looks like this:

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Ready to rise in the excavation pit at Liberty Market Lofts (image courtesy of Lifetime Developments)

The crane is up, and UrbanToronto will keep its eye on the progress.

What do you think of Liberty Market Lofts? Leave a comment below, or click the link below to join in the discussion in UrbanToronto's thread for the project.

Related Companies:  BLVD Developments, gh3, Lifetime Developments, Milborne Group, TUCKER HIRISE Construction, U31, Wallman Architects