Situated in Toronto’s west end in the Liberty Village area, this condominium is set to occupy two corners at the King and Dufferin Street intersection. XO will be comprised of two buildings, the first being a 14 storey tower at 1221 King on the southwest corner and the second will stand 19 storeys tall at 1182 King West on the northeast corner.
At XO, you will have the privilege of being steps from the Dufferin bus and the 24-hour King streetcar that takes you across the entire city. Residents will also have quick access to the Exhibition GO Train Station. SmartTrack transit is coming soon to liberty village, which means commuters will be a 3 minute ride from Dundas West, 7 minutes from Union Station and 25 minutes from Scarborough. This transit system will be a 5 minute walk from XO condos. XO is only minutes to the trendy Entertainment District – home to the city’s hottest bars, clubs and entertainment venues – you’re also a short walk from Trinity Bellwoods Park and the hip cafes and shops of Queen Street West, and the Fort York Historic Site. Commuters will love being a short drive from the Gardiner Expressway, Highway 427 and the Don Valley Parkway. Come grab a coffee at Balzac’s, on the ground floor of the renowned Toy Factory Building, and take a walk around the neighbourhood. You’ll see what we mean!
Savvy urban dwellers flock to the Liberty Village area for many reasons. Virtually everything you need is at your fingertips in this historic downtown neighbourhood. Trendy restaurants, bars, boutiques and services are nestled amongst contemporary condo buildings. The area also contains many converted lofts and heritage buildings, which is a nod to the area’s rich industrial history. Liberty Village is considered one of Toronto’s oldest settlement grounds. In the main commercial building, historic brick sidewalks and a lofty atrium connect eclectic shops with creative offices, which the village has become somewhat of a hub for. A robust Business Improvement Area represents over 600 member businesses employing more than 10,000 people.
In Liberty village, foodies can start their day with legendary pancakes from Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, and if you’re feeling adventurous, make your way to Joe Rockhead’s Indoor Rock Climbing. For a relaxing day, stop by Liberty Village Park featuring a giant sculpture, children’s playground, benches, and greenery, only steps away! In summer 2019, prepare for the grand opening of Liberty pedestrian cycle bridge spanning from Douro Street to Western Battery Road. There’s something at Liberty Village for everyone!