Nobu Residences is a New Condo development by Madison located at John and Mercer , Toronto.
Nobu Residences is for those with a taste for the finer things in life and a desire for all things luxury. It is an extravagant Downtown Toronto Condo coming to the Entertainment District. This pre-construction Toronto condo will have residences, hotel accommodations, and restaurant.Nobu is an internationally known brand that had its first development build in 2013 in Las Vegas. There will be no limitations of excellence and grandeur in this highly anticipated Toronto development. Nobu is a brand by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, producer Meir Teper, and actor Robert De Niro. This is Nobu's first restaurant, hotel, and condo combination coming to Canada and it's coming to Toronto.Nobu Residences DetailsUniquely designed by Teeple Architechs and interior by Studio Munge, Nobu Toronto brings elegance, zeal and excitement to the Downtown Toronto area. The architecture will incorporate the Pilkington Glass Factory for the podium combining Toronto history from this late 1800s façade and a striking modern bronze design.Suites will have top of the line features and finishes with only the best to reflect the luxurious lifestyle of its residents. The building will be overflowing with amenities including a fitness centre, and a lovely Zen Garden to relax residents on the outdoor terrace. Prime Location15 Mercer Street Toronto is in the perfect location to all of Downtown Toronto’s amazing amenities. A perfect Transit Score and a perfect Walk Score. Downtown Toronto Amenities The Entertainment district is home to many wonderful venues that host superb shows and entertainment. With everything from classical shows to sports entertainment, Downtown Toronto has it all.Venues Nearby:TIFF Bell LightboxRoyal Alexandra TheatreRoy Thompson HallRogers CentreFour Seasons Centre for the Performing ArtsNobu Residences Highlights- Internationally knowned Nobu brand- Luxurious suites and amenities- Nobu Restaurant- Perfect Walk Score. Perfect Transit Score- Walking distance to Toronto’s Best Venues