Pre-construction Condo at 15-35 Mercer St, Downtown Toronto, ON, M5V 3W2
Development By Madison Group
Nobu Condos is a new condo development at 15-35 Mercer St, Downtown Toronto located at King Street West, between Spadina Avenue and University Avenue. This development has a total of 718 luxury high rise residences with 49 storeys along with Canada’s first Nobu Hotel and Nobu Restaurant at the ground level in the Toronto's Entertainment District. It is proposed to have a fitness centre, 163-room luxury hotel, and four levels of underground parking -total of 216 parking spaces. The project is also know as Nobu Residences or 15 Mercer Street Condos.
The architect of this project is Teeple Architects, Ferris + Associates Inc. Founded by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and Academy Award winner Robert De Niro, Nobu is one of the world`s most celebrated luxury hospitality brands. The Nobu Hotel and Restaurant Toronto will offer the ultimate in hotel luxury.
Based in the Waterfront Communities, The Island neighbourhood in Downtown Toronto, this residence will be two towers having 718 and 102 condo suites and a 49 storey each building with a restaurant space at the ground level. Additional features include a podium complete with indoor and outdoor amenities including ground floor commercial retail, flexible private social function and meeting space, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and ‘Zen Garden’ outdoor terrace. Also at the ground floor, Nobu Restaurant will feature a two-level restaurant which will include a signature bar lounge, outdoor seating and chic private dining rooms.
Nobu Condos Toronto
The Nobu Condominium is in Downtown Toronto, surrounded by large businesses, numerous offices and neighbourhoods like Ed Mirvish Theatre, Massey Hall, The Princess of Wales Theatre, the Canada Walk of Fame, The Royal Alexandra Theatre, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, The TIFF Bell Lightbox, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Toronto Railway Museum, the CN Tower, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Glenn Gould Studio, Roy Thomson Hall, the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Centre) Museum, Design Exchange, Draper Street (beautiful Victorian homes), the Hockey Hall of Fame, Roundhouse Park, TD Gallery of Inuit Art, and the Scotiaban Theatre.
Best places to shop in Downtown Toronto are CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Kensington Market, Nordstrom, MEC Toronto, The PATH (underground shopping complex), Cynthia Findlay Antiques, Marshalls, Bridals on Spadina, Authentic Couture, and the Spacing Store.
Lots of cafes and restaurants to eat like Century Room, This is London, The Rex, SpiritHouse, TOCA (located inside the Ritz Carlton Toronto), Luma Restaurant, Nota Bene, Khao San Road, Alo Restaurant, Victor Restaurant, The Fifth Grill & Terrace, Montecito, Figo, Tutti Matti, Luckee Restaurant, Milagro, Bar Verde, Pounds Restaurant, Ricarda’s, The Badali Bar & Cucina, Mascot Brewery, Hush Restaurant & Bar, Jack Astor’s, and Hush Restaurant & Bar.
Perfect Walk Score and Perfect Transit Score to the Nobu Condominiums. Also, minutes away are the TTC, movie theatres and restaurants, supermarkets, shops in the area so close to the Nobu Condos.
St. Patrick’s Square, Isabella Valancy Crawford, Clarence Square and Simcoe Park are some of the parks close to the Nobu Condos in Downtown Toronto.
|LOCATION||15-35 Mercer St, Downtown Toronto, ON, M5V 3W2|
|ARCHITECTS||Teeple Architects, Ferris + Associates Inc.|
|INTERIOR DESIGNER||Studio Munge|
|PROPERTY TAX ESTIMATE||TBA|
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