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Condos in Entertainment District, Toronto

Nobu Residences Toronto is a new condominium development by Madison Homes currently in pre-construction located at 15 Mercer Street, Toronto in the Entertainment District neighbourhood with a 100/100 walk score and a 100/100 transit score. Nobu Residences Toronto is designed by Teeple Architects and will feature interior design by Studio Munge. Development is scheduled to be completed in 2022. The project is 45 storeys tall (191.0m, 626.6ft) and has a total of 660 suites. Nobu Residences Toronto is the #30 tallest condominium in Toronto and the #3 tallest condominium in Entertainment District. Suites are priced from $869,900 to $1,095,900.
Nobu Residences Toronto Overview

Key Information
Developer
Completion
2022
Sales Status
Selling
Price Range
$869,900 to
$1,095,900
Suite Sizes
-
Development Status
Pre-Construction
Building Type
Condo
Avg. Price per Foot
$1,177/sq.ft

Extras
Parking
$80,000
Locker Price
-
Mt. Fees ($ per sq.ft.)
$0.63
Data last updated: November 19th, 2017
Nobu Residences Toronto Floor Plans & Prices
Total Floor Plans
50 (7 Available)
Avg. Size
736 sq.ft.
Avg. Price per Foot
$1,177/sq.ft
Nobu Residences Toronto Highlights
ABOUT NOBU RESIDENCES IN THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT

Nobu Residences is a new condo project by Madison Homes to be located at 15 Mercer Street in Toronto’s Entertainment District. The project is currently in preconstruction with a still unknown completion date.

✔ Proposed to have a total of 718 luxury condo units and stand 49-storeys tall
✔ A restaurant space will be located on the ground floor of the new building
✔ Architecture by Teeple Architects
✔ Building features to include a fitness centre, 163-room luxury hotel, and four levels of underground parking (total of 216 parking spaces)

ABOUT THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT

Toronto’s Entertainment District is located in Downtown Toronto, roughly around King Street West, between Spadina Avenue and University Avenue. The district is named for the large number of performing arts centres, theatres, nightclubs, as well as family-centred and cultural attractions.

✔ Nearby attractions include the 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
✔ Restaurants and clubs/lounges in the area include 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
✔ Local and nearby shopping venues include the 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

ABOUT MADISON HOMES

Madison Homes is a family-run real estate developer and builder, focusing on constructing community neighbourhoods and homes across the Greater Toronto Area.

✔ Over 55 years of experience in home and community building and development
✔ Current and future projects include Zigg Condos, Briar Hill City Towns, The Madison, and 609 Avenue
ABOUT NOBU

Nobu is a celebrated Japanese hotel and restaurant chain has 22 worldwide locations, including New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Tokyo.

✔ Chef Nobu Matsuhisa created the first Nobu restaurant in Beverly Hills in 1987
✔ Awards given to the chef and his restaurants include Southern California’s Rising Stars by Los Angeles Times Magazine (1998), American’s 10 Best New Chefs by Food & Wine Magazine (1989), and nominations for Outstanding Chef by the James Beard Foundation (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)
Additional Information
Walk Score
Transit Score
 
Architect
Teeple Architects
Interior Designer
Studio Munge
 

Height & Rank
Count
45 Floors
660 Suites
Height (M)
191.0 m
Height (Ft)
626.6 ft
Height Rank (city)
#30 in Toronto
Height Rank (neighbourhood)
#3 in Entertainment District
15 Mercer Street, Toronto
PDF Files for Nobu Residences Toronto

Price List - Nobu Residences Toronto Condos - November 2017.pdf

Floor Plans - Nobu Residences Toronto Condos.pdf

Brochure - Nobu Residences Toronto Condos.pdf

Brochure - Nobu Residences Toronto.pdf

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