Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the Fort York-Liberty Village neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood, Fort York-Liberty Village is located in the south-central area of Toronto. The neighbourhood boundary for Fort York-Liberty Village starts at the intersection of a planning boundary line just south of Dovercourt Road and the Canadian National Railway. The boundary continues east along the Canadian National Railway to Bathurst Street and turns south on Bathurst Street continuing south onto Eireann Quay. At the Eireann Quay, the boundary continues south to Lake Ontario. At Lake Ontario, the boundary continues along the Lake, around Ontario Place, to a planning boundary line located in Marilyn Bell Park. The boundary continues north along the planning boundary line, through Marilyn Bell Park and across the Gardiner Expressway to the Canadian National Railway. At the Canadian National Railway, the boundary continues east to a planning boundary line that connects the Canadian National Railway to Atlantic Avenue. The boundary then continues north along the planning boundary line to Atlantic Avenue. At Atlantic Avenue the boundary continues North to where it ends at King Street West. At King Street West, there is a planning boundary line connecting King Street West back to the Canadian National Railway.