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Page 1: Retail - JLL

RetailFor Lease

171EAST LIBERTY STREETToronto, ON

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Property summary Highlights

Details

Set in the heart of one of Toronto’s fastest-growing neighbourhoods, The Liberty Market Building offers retailers the opportunity to capitalize on a steady stream of local and visiting clientele. This location provides a great opportunity to take advantage of the neighbourhood’s local demographic of young urban professionals and the building’s close proximity to downtown.

With more than 100,000 SF of main level retail space, The Liberty Market Building, a neighbourhood landmark, provides a unique retail mix. Featuring prominent exposure, beautiful character space, and over 50 office tenants, The Liberty Market Building offers a one-of-a-kind venue.

• Renovated mixed-use campus in the heart of Liberty Village• Total complex comprised of over 295,000 SF of office and retail space• Ceiling heights of 15 FT• Tenants include LOCAL Public Eatery, BMO, Tim Hortons, Home Hardware,

Brazen Head, and Bulk Barn• Excellent TTC and GO Station access• Ample public parking on site• Green ‘P’ surface parking immediately west of the property

UNIT 122

UNIT 137

AVAILABLE

TERM

NET RENT

ADDITIONAL RENT

3,655 SF

3,720 SF (Divisible)

Immediate

5 - 10 Years

Negotiable

$19.18 PSF (EST. 2019)

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Site map Retail map

EAST LIBERTY STREET

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LOCAL Public EateryCondo StoreVillage Family HealthYour Dollar Store With MoreHero BurgersMerci Mon AmiBank of MontrealTim HortonsBulk BarnToronto Sports PerformanceHome Hardware

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Salon TocciFor the Love of Cake180 SmokeAnimal HospitalOhlindaAvailableDemo Soap StudioF45 Liberty Village3 Apples HighOxygen YogaGarden Gangsters

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PizzavilleCOTYAthletes KitchenBody In TuneCarnabys JewellersSee & Be Seen EyecareAvailablePortrait DentalLuxe Travel CompanyCures StudioLuxe Tanning and SwimwearSmall Space PlusLocus 144Mint Laser ClinicKIBO Sushi HouseConstruction OfficeBrazen Head Irish PubPopeyes Louisiana Kitchen

Subway SandwichVogue Supper ClubShoeless Joe’sLouie Craft CoffeeCaffino RistoranteSchool (Restaurant)Uma CaféMaro Supper ClubJoe Rockheads Climbing GymThe RoasteryPublic StorageLiberty Village Rotisserie GrillMad Batter BakersIt’z A WrapMagic Oven PizzaThe SourceChristine Bib CateringBig Rock BreweryLiberty Village Market & CaféLive MarketBooster JuiceFat Bastard BurritoSaigon BistroSmokes PoutinerieGoodLife FitnessWest ElmJamba JuiceYogurty’s FroyoThe Craft Brasseri & GrilleThree BrewersMildred’s Temple KitchenStarbucks CoffeeLCBO

Kitchen Stuff PlusHarvey’sGlobal Pet FoodsMetro Grocery StoreRBC BankPearle VisionRunning RoomRogersTD Bank

Balzac’s CoffeeBeer BoutiqueNutrition HousePanago PizzaCIBC BankWilliam’s LandingAroma Espresso BarLocal Public EateryHero Burger

Bank of MontrealMerci Mon AmiBrazen HeadTim HortonsHome HardwareLocus 144Raaw Japanese CuisineCasalife

NSubway SandwichVogue Supper ClubShoeless Joe’sLouie Craft CoffeeCaffino RistoranteSchool (Restaurant)Uma CaféMaro Supper ClubJoe Rockheads Climbing GymThe RoasteryPublic StorageLiberty Village Rotisserie GrillMad Batter BakersIt’z A WrapMagic Oven Pizza

The SourceChristine Bib CateringBig Rock BreweryLiberty Village Market & CaféLive MarketBooster JuiceFat Bastard BurritoSaigon BistroSmokes PoutinerieGoodLife FitnessWest ElmJamba JuiceYogurty’s FroyoThe Craft Brasseri & GrilleThree Brewers

Mildred’s Temple KitchenStarbucks CoffeeLCBOKitchen Stuff PlusHarvey’sGlobal Pet FoodsMetro Grocery StoreRBC BankPearle Vision

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Brazen HeadTim HortonsHome HardwareLocus 144Raaw Japanese CuisineCasalife

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New 28 storey, 283 unit mixed-use tower with over 13,000 SF of retail

3,655 SF

3,720 SF

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Liberty Village HistoryLiberty Village is located between Strachan Avenue and Dufferin Street lining the Gardiner Expressway and King Street West. The neighbourhood is one of Toronto’s fastest growing communities

and has turned into a thriving mixed-use community that caters to the increasing number of residents in the area. With over two and a half million square feet of office space, the node has become a destination point for a variety of industries.

The neighbourhood’s history mainly lies with its strong industrial ties. In 1858, Liberty Village became the site of Toronto’s Industrial Exhibition that later moved south and is now known as the Canadian National Exhibition. In the 1880’s the province built a prison where the inmates were put to work to generate profits for the government. In the years following, the heavily concentrated industrial area became munitions factories during the world wars to support the country’s war efforts abroad.

Transportation

Demographics

The Liberty Market Building enjoys public transit from the King Street West streetcar (504), Ossington bus line (63, 63A and 316), and the Exhibition Place GO Station for commuters. The Dufferin Street bus line (29, 29A, 29D and 329) is also easily accessible to those who work in Liberty Village.

2019 POPULATION

2019 AVERAGE HH INCOME

43,847

$128,856WALK SCORE

TRANSIT SCORE

97

100Within 1KM | Statistics Canada

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© 2019 Jones Lang LaSalle IP, Inc. All rights reserved. All information contained herein is from sources deemed reliable; however, no representation or warranty is made to the accuracy thereof.

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