High-Rise Condo in Toronto
Be a part of history in the most luxurious way possible via one of Toronto’s most anticipated real estate developments.
The Entertainment District is home to the first Nobu-branded condominium residences in the world, complete with a restaurant and hotel. The Madison Group and Nobu Hospitality are partnering on the 2022 opening of the Nobu apartments, which are being developed by The Madison Group and Nobu Hospitality.
If this new condo’s name seems familiar, it’s probably because you’re familiar with the New York-based celebrity dining hotspot that has since extended to premium cities such as Miami, Los Angeles, Milan, and Tokyo. For their first foray in Canada, it seems sense that they would choose a prime location in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District at 15 Mercer Street.
In addition to being home to a luxury condominium, the Entertainment District provides a variety of reasons to come. When you stay at 15 Mercer, some of the city’s finest restaurants, bars, and nightclubs will be within walking distance. This bustling, young area has something for everyone, whether you want a raucous bar, drinks on a fancy rooftop terrace, a top-secret subterranean speakeasy, or the trendiest brunch restaurant.
The area is well-served by three streetcar lines that operate 24 hours a day, making it easy to reach the rest of the city if required. 15 Mercer is a short distance from the St. Andrew subway station and Union Station, which provides connections to the TTC, the GO rail system, and the Union Pearson Express, which takes twenty minutes to reach the airport.
The closeness of the development to elementary and secondary schools, such as Keystone School, Market Lane Junior and Senior Public School, and Lord Dufferin Junior and Senior Public School, increases the area’s attractiveness, particularly among families with children. In contrast, postsecondary students will live within minutes of Ryerson, George Brown, the University of Toronto, and OCAD, making it a great off-campus living choice.
In addition, the Entertainment Zone has a distinct visual character, which is largely a result of its past as an industrial district. Now, magnificent brick warehouses that have been converted into lofts, creative studios, and companies mix alongside magnificent skyscrapers to create a dynamic, diversified urban environment. This location is ideal for jet-setting commuters because of its proximity to Billy Bishop Airport. The Fashion District, Chinatown, the Harbourfront, and the Financial District, which employs an estimated 200,000 people, are all within walking distance.
The 15,000-square-foot eatery, which will be incorporated into the hotel part of the structure, will include two floors, a contemporary bar area, an outdoor terrace, and private dining nooks. Meanwhile, 660 residential apartments will be made available to those who desire to live a permanent life of luxury. There are a few two- and three-bedroom layouts available, but one-bedroom apartments make up the majority of the unit mix. Suites will include sumptuous living rooms with sophisticated aesthetics and precise craftsmanship.
Two 47-story towers will be supported by a 9-story platform that will include the façade of the site’s historic landmark, the former Pilkington Glass Factory. The towers, built by Teeple Architects, will have an avant-garde flair and 700 apartments. The property’s west tower will have an exclusive collection of luxury hotel rooms with top-tier facilities and stunning views of the city skyline. In addition, the restaurant serves Chef Matsuhisa’s world-renowned Japanese fusion dishes.