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High-rise condo in Toronto

15 Mercer Street, Toronto, ON

Be a part of history in the most opulent manner conceivable with one of Toronto‘s most awaited real estate expansions.

The Entertainment District will soon be home to the world’s first Nobu-branded condominium apartments, which will include a restaurant and hotel. The Madison Group and Nobu Hospitality are collaborating on the development of Nobu apartments, which is scheduled to open in 2022.

If this new condo name seems familiar, it’s probably because you’re acquainted with the celebrity eating hotspot, which originated in New York and has since expanded to luxury locales throughout the world, including Miami, Los Angeles, Milan, and Tokyo. It’s only logical that they would chose a premium position in the center of Toronto’s Entertainment District for their debut venture into Canada, at 15 Mercer Street.

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Apart from being the location of a luxury-branded condominium, the Entertainment District offers various reasons to visit. When you stay at 15 Mercer, you’ll be steps away from some of the city’s best restaurants, pubs, and nightclubs. This vibrant, youthful neighborhood offers something for everyone, whether you’re searching for a rowdy bar, cocktails on a luxury rooftop terrace, a top-secret underground speakeasy, or the trendiest brunch restaurant.

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Three 24-hour streetcar lines serve the neighborhood, making it simple to connect to the rest of the city if necessary. 15 Mercer is just a short walk from the St. Andrew subway station and only a few minutes from Union Station, which links to the TTC, the GO rail system, and the Union Pearson Express, which takes twenty minutes to the airport.


Additionally, the development is close to elementary and secondary schools such as Keystone School, Market Lane Junior and Senior Public School, and Lord Dufferin Junior and Senior Public School, which adds to the area’s desirability, particularly for families with children. Post-secondary students, on the other hand, will be only minutes from some of the city’s greatest downtown university campuses, including Ryerson, George Brown, the University of Toronto, and OCAD, making it a good option for off-campus living.

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Additionally, the Entertainment District has a distinct visual character, owing in large part to its past as an industrial neighborhood. Now, majestic brick warehouses repurposed as lofts, creative studios, and companies coexist alongside elegant skyscrapers, creating a dynamic, mixed cityscape.

The proximity to Billy Bishop Airport makes this an ideal location for the jet-setting commuter.

You are within walking distance of many fantastic communities, including the Fashion District, Chinatown, the Harbourfront, and the Financial District, which is believed to employ 200,000 people.

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The 15,000-square-foot culinary attraction, which will be integrated into the hotel section of the building, will have two floors, a modern bar area, an outdoor terrace, and private dining nooks.

Meanwhile, 660 residential flats will be offered for people who choose to live a life of luxury on a permanent basis. The unit mix is mostly comprised of one-bedroom apartments, with a few two- and three-bedroom layouts also available. Suites will include opulent living areas with sleek and elegant finishes and meticulous workmanship.

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Two 47-story towers will be supported by a 9-story platform that will integrate the historic façade of the site’s historical building, the old Pilkington Glass Factory. The towers, designed by Teeple Architects, will have an avant-garde aesthetic and will include 700 residential apartments.

The west tower of the property will be home to an exclusive selection of premium hotel rooms with top-of-the-line amenities and breathtaking views of the metropolitan skyline. Additionally, here is where you can eat on Chef Matsuhisa’s world-famous Japanese fusion delicacies.



Madison Group has evolved from a successful family business into a multi-faceted company that owns, develops, and manages landmark residential and commercial properties. Madison’s extensive portfolio includes mixed-use high-rise projects, low-rise master planned communities, office, retail, prestige industrial, rental, and retirement properties throughout Toronto and New York.

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