Nobu Toronto, a new development integrating condominium residences, a hotel and a restaurant, is coming to Toronto.
The project, which will be developed and sold by the Madison Group in partnership with Westdale Properties and Nobu Hospitality, will be Canada’s first Nobu Hotel and Nobu Restaurant, as well as the world’s first Nobu branded high-rise residences. The development will anchor a revitalized Mercer Street in downtown Toronto’s Entertainment District. Pre-construction sales of Nobu Residences Toronto will begin this summer.
Nobu Residences Toronto will be designed by Teeple Architects, with interior work by design firm Studio Munge. It will feature historical facades from the Pilkington Glass Factory, maintaining the integrity of those elements while incorporating contemporary architectural details.
The residences will feature 700 condominium suites in two 49-storey towers, as well as a podium for indoor and outdoor amenities, including ground floor commercial retail space, flexible social function and meeting space, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and ‘Zen Garden’ outdoor terrace.
Nobu, founded by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and producer Meir Teper, is a luxury hospitality brand of restaurants and hotels located around the world. Nobu Hotel Toronto will be located at the top of the development’s west tower. As a cornerstone of the hotel, Nobu Restaurant Toronto will offer 15,000 square feet of dining space across two levels, including a signature bar lounge, outdoor seating and private dining rooms.
“Our partners at Madison Group have an extraordinary vision for the first Nobu Residences, and share our passion to build a truly special integrated residences, hotel and restaurant destination,” said Trevor Horwell, CEO of Nobu Hospitality.