50 Lynn Williams St, Toronto
About this condo
Do you want extensive amenities in a shiny modern building, and at a can’t beat location? Is craft beer the nectar of the Gods and you were placed on this planet to try them all? If you answered yes to either question, then this is the building for you. Situated at 50 Lynn Williams St in the Liberty Village neighbourhood, Battery Park Condos is a 23 storey building, housing 316 suites.
Oh, and as for those amenities — residents of this building enjoy desirable extras that hold their own against any condo in the neighbourhood: indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, yoga studio, fitness centre, party room, shared patio with barbeques, meeting room, concierge, security guard, and parking garage.
Liberty Village is known for trendy bars and youthful crowds, and as such, Battery Park Condos is best suited to young professionals and couples; that’s not to say that established professionals and empty nesters should steer clear because there’s plenty nearby to keep residents of all demographics entertained.
Battery Park Condos is one of the more desirable buildings in Liberty Village, so the price tags of Liberty Village condos for sale here might be too high for first time home-buyers. Of course, incredible amenities and a great location are meaningless without desirable suites, fortunately, that’s just what you’ll get in this building.
There are 316 units at Battery Park Condos, available in a variety of layouts for studio, 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, and 2 bedroom + den condos; suite sizes range from 340 square feet to 1176. In addition to standard condo layouts, there are 2 storey townhouses for buyers who need a little more space.
All units are open concept, and filled with natural light thanks to floor to ceiling windows. As well, these units have desirable features like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, hardwood floors, and private balconies.
Another nice bonus of living in this building is the availability of guest suites and visitor parking; while often overlooked, nobody needs a guest suite until that one flaky friend who pops in and out of the city stops by unannounced. Where once your couch would have needed to double as a bed, now it can fulfill its normal function, and your sanity can remain intact.
Liberty Village is a playground for young professionals — brimming with trendy bars, great restaurants, and cozy cafes, this neighbourhood has everything you could want in an urban location. And if you need a little nature in your life, there are several green spaces nearby to get your fill.
First and foremost — those trendy bars. From your home at 50 Lynn Williams St, you’re just minutes from nightlife options; for craft beer aficionados, there’s 3 Brewers Liberty, Local Liberty Village, The Craft Brasserie & Grille, and Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery. Venture beyond your neighbourhood’s borders, and you have a vast selection of bars in King West and Queen West.
In spite of what you’ve heard, breakfast is not the most important meal of the day… coffee is. And for that crucial morning espresso, you have some excellent choices nearby: Ciao Europa Café is just next door, on Hanna Ave you’ve got Balzac's Liberty Village and Time Hortons, and on Liberty you’ll find Liberty Village Market & Café.
Dining options are ample here as well; there’s Williams Landing for a beer and a burger, Maurya East Indian Roti for curry fans, Mildred's Temple Kitchen for a diverse menu — and great brunch — Maizal for Mexican, and Magic Oven Express for pizza. If you’re in a hurry, there are spots to get food on the run like Liberty Shawarma, Smoke's Poutinerie Liberty Village, Booster Juice, Fat Bastard Burrito, and more.
50 Lynn Williams St has a 92 Walk Score, ideal for those who prefer to run errands on foot; for groceries and the essentials, there’s a Metro just down the street with a pharmacy for any prescription pickups.
Public transit users have a great starting point for their commutes — there are bus stops around the corner on E liberty Street, north and southbound buses on Shaw, and east and westbound streetcars on King Street which can carry you to St. Andrew Station for subway service. Should you require GO Transit, Exhibition Station is only a 5 minute walk away.
Downtown Toronto is one of the least driver friendly areas in the province — scratch that, the country — but residents of 50 Lynn Williams St are better off than most; drivers can head south on Strachan Ave to Lake Shore Blvd and be on the Gardiner Expressway in less than 10 minutes.
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