Nobu Condos

Nobu Condos is a new preconstruction condo development by Madison Homes located at 15 Mercer Street in Toronto.

This condo development will be 49 storyes with a total of 700 condo units. Estimated completion date is still unknown.

Nobu Condos


Additional Info on Nobu Condos

DEVELOPER(S): Madison Homes
BUILDING TYPE: Condominium
ADDRESS: 15 Mercer Street, Toronto ON M5V 1H2
UNITS: 700
FLOORS: 49
UNIT SIZES: TBA
PRICE RANGE: TBA
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE: TBA

15 Mercer Street

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Conveniently located in the center of everything. Nobu condos has easy access to world-class transportation, close to major shopping districts, dining options and plenty of entertainment available to you. Close to schools for those with families, just steps from nearby parks like Simcoe Park, Clarence Square and St. Patrick’s Square.

This property will be located at the Waterfront communities and is a walker’s true paradise. Enjoy the luxury of not having to go far to enjoy the day-to-day lifestyle.

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Never feel bored or deprived from anything you want to be doing, year-round, only at Nobu. This condominium project will host a variety of fabulous amenities. If you’re interested in floor plans, additional information in general, or are curious as to the opportunities you’ll have – please feel free to fill out the VIP form below and someone will get back to you shortly.

 

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An article from the rich & famous! (Toronto Star: Jesse Winter)

Mercer St. project to be Canada’s first condo, restaurant and hotel by Nobu, co-owned by actor, chef Nobu Matsuhisa, producer Meir Teper.

If you want to be king for a night in Toronto, Robert De Niro could soon make you an offer you can’t refuse.

Nobu Hospitality, the luxury restaurant and hotel chain De Niro founded with famed Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Hollywood producer Meir Teper, is planning Canada’s first Nobu-branded condo, restaurant and hotel development on Mercer St. in Toronto’s entertainment district.

Two 49-storey towers will be built above the current Pilkington Glass factory and will include a hotel, restaurant, ground-floor retail space and an outdoor Zen garden, according to a news release.

The façade of the Pilkington Glass factory, a heritage building, will be incorporated into the new design by Toronto-based Teeple Architects.

“It’s a really lovely building,” said Stephen Teeple, the principal architect on the project. “There aren’t that many pieces of art deco like it around anymore.”

Teeple said the plan is to incorporate subtle references to the historic building’s past into the new design.

There will be a copper and glass cubic volume near the entranceway that hints at the products that Pilkington shipped from its warehouses at the site.

The glass towers themselves will be bronze.

Teeple described it as an “essay in glass,” that pays homage to the building’s past.

The development will include 700 condo units across the two planned towers.

The hotel, itself, will sit atop the western tower, and, together with the 15,000 square-foot restaurant and the meeting spaces, will be geared towards “vibrant international customers, celebrities, tastemakers and powerbrokers,” the release said.

Nobu restaurants are known as a hot spot for an elite clientele of celebrities and other high rollers.

A Bento Box for lunch of Matsuhisa’s signature dishes will run you $65 US at the Nobu New York location.

Teeple said the idea of De Niro and his fellows frequenting a restaurant he helped design is very exciting for his firm, and for him.

“Maybe I’ll get let in. too. when it opens,” he joked.

“We really hope it will be an amazing landmark and a powerful addition to the Toronto skyline,” he said.

The pre-construction sale for the condo spaces starts this summer.

Toronto’s developer Madison Group will undertake to build the project.

The Pilkington Glass Factory stood on the site at 15 Mercer St., near King St. W. and John St., since the late 1800s. It was originally a stable built for the horses that ferried people around the city from George Verral’s horse-drawn transport company.

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