NOBU RESIDENCES

By Madison and Nobu

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V (Platinum)-VIP Sale of Nobu Residences Coming Soon
 
  • Nobu brand was founded in 1993 by the world-famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Academy Award winner Robert De Niro, one of the world's most famous luxury hotel brands in Beijing, Dubai, Las Vegas, London, Melbourne, Mexico City, Moscow, New York. 

  • Be the first to reserve your dream units from our first authorized access

  • Please email @ sales@condogta.com or call 416-294-0547 for the exciting details

15 Mercer ST
15 Mercer ST

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15 Mercer ST
15 Mercer ST

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Location
 
  • Located in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district, adjacent to Toronto King Street (TIFF stretch)

  • Several steps away from financial district, subway stations, University of Toronto, Ryerson University, CN tower, supermarkets, hospitals, culture centers, Path indoor walkway, just countless colorful life options in close proximity

  • Not on the main street, a perfect combination of quietness and dynamics

  • Excellent for self-living or investment

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Architecture & Features

 

  • Nobu Residences Toronto offers luxury and elegance, a modern design that blends the historic facade of the Pilkington Glass Factory

  • It is the best choice for a stylish lifestyle, with two shocking 49-storey towers with 700 apartment units

  • Indoor and outdoor facilities including first-floor commercial shops, private social and meeting space, and state-of-the-art fitness center and "Zen Garden" outdoor terrace

  • Nobu Hotel Toronto will offer the ultimate luxury hotel service. As the soul of Nobu Hotel, Nobu Toronto Restaurant will take up 15,000 square feet (1,400 square meters) with a two-story design, including signature bar lounge, outdoor seating, and private dining room.

Floor Plans

 

  • coming soon

Excited? Contact us by sales@condogta.com or 416-294-0547 or the contact form below:

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