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Universal Music Canada hits the right note in Liberty Village’s expanding arts hub

From its early days as a booming Victorian-era industrial hub that manufactured everything from woven carpets to washing machines, Liberty Village in Toronto’s west end continues to evolve as an epicentre for arts, culture and creativity.

“It’s amazing how these downtown neighbourhoods come full circle,” says Mitchell Gillin, vice-president of asset management at Hullmark. “The historic attributes make them durable and attractable.”

Hullmark, a second-generation family-owned real estate development company, was attracted to Liberty Village a decade ago when the area was a work-in-progress. They first invested in the historic Toronto Carpet Factory building at Mowat Avenue and not long after, purchased sites at 60 and 80 Atlantic Ave.

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