— On-Premise Amenities —
Whatever you feel like.
Whenever you feel like it.
A Village of Options
What if downtown could be found downstairs? The garden level of Libertad functions like a village center. You’ll find a Headstart classroom, health services, fitness gym, study/library room, gathering spaces, plus on-site management and maintenance. Libertad is designed for it all—whatever it takes to charge your spirit and leave you feeling good. Home is the place that leaves you ready for everything else. Welcome home.
With a hearth area, kitchen, gathering table, and kids’ play corner, the Community Room is ready for events big and small. Birthday parties to study sessions, friendly conversations to Girl Scout meetings; the living room of Libertad is waiting.
Ballet bar, free weights, yoga space. The fitness room at Libertad has everything you need to lower stress, boost endorphins, and remind your body how good it feels to move.
The computer room/study is waiting for all your technology needs. Type a paper. Fill out a job application. Play a family board game. Or just curl up with a good book. The productivity is up to you.
Get outside and take advantage of the lovely settings Libertad offers. There’s a picnic area. A garden courtyard. Did we mention a playground? And we are adjacent to Ernie Davis Park. Fresh air, sunshine, good times—it’s all here waiting for you.
We’re all better when we know someone has our back. At Libertad, there’s no shortage of that feel-good supported feeling. Through an on-site office, Economic Opportunity Program will provide full-time services. You’ll also find medical clinic visits and a Headstart program. From veterans to families, young to old, no one is ever alone at Libertad.
“The Vault” community co-op
Residents of all ages will learn how to plant, grow, harvest, can, package and market their own food at The Vault. Fresh, affordable produce will be available in a convenient storefront with stocked refrigerated displays. Other shelf-stable food staples will also be available, such as homemade jellies and jams. Local food pantries, food banks and farmers will be able to drop off extra harvest for re-distribution. The Vault at Libertad will provide healthier dietary choices for residents and the community at large—made possible by the Community Food for Jobs Program.
Elmira has a history rich with difference makers. In the case of John W. Jones—namesake of Jones Court, the original name of the Libertad site—the difference was made saving lives. Mr. Jones was a former slave who helped 860 individuals to freedom while working as an Underground Railroad Station Master. John W. Jones’ impact on his community—and Elmira—can’t be overstated. Libertad includes artwork honoring his life and the path to safety he created for so many in need.
Chemung County Historical Society