Building Overview


  • The world’s first Nobu-branded, condominium Residences located in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District consisting of a U-shaped complex with twin 49-storey towers with 718 mixed condo units

  • The design of the towers fuses together a modern aesthetic with unique architectural details through the use of historical facades from the Pilkington Glass Factory which has stood on the site at 15 Mercer Street since the late 1800s

  • Inside the west tower, Nobu Hotel Toronto boasts an exclusive collection of luxurious guests suites complete with panaoramic views of the city

  • Nobu will introduce Chef Matsuhisa’s world renowned “new style” Japanese fusion cuisine to the city at Nobu Restaurant Toronto. Situated within the Nobu Hotel, the 15,000 square foot restaurant will feature two levels, a signature bar lounge, outdoor seating and chic private dining rooms

  • Amenities are located in a 9 storey podium, underground parking spaces, ground floor retail, state of the art fitness centre & zen garden

  • Designed by Teeple Architects

  • Interior designed by Studio Munge

  • Estimated completion date set for 2020


Suite Features

  • TBD



  • Located at King St and John St (15-35 Mercer Street, Toronto, ON M5V 1H2)

  • Walk Score: 99

  • Transit Score: 100

  • Bike Score: 64

  • Steps to Entertainment District, Roy Thomson Hall, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

  • Minutes away from Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre

  • Attractions and landmarks in Downtown Toronto include Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, St. Lawrence Market, the Distillery Historic District, the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Steam Whistle Brewery, the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario), the Toronto Public Library, and the Hockey Hall of Fame

  • Transportation options are easily accessible with the 504 King Streetcar and St. Andrew Subway station in close proximity in the area include busy Yonge Street, public transportation by the Toronto Transit Commission, and two airports (Toronto City Centre Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport)

  • Local restaurants in Downtown Toronto include Soma Chocolate, George Restaurant, the Elm Tree Restaurant, Signs Restaurant, the Keg Steakhouse & Bar, Pizzeria Libretto, Carisma, Senator Restaurant, The Hot House, Beer Bistro, House on Parliament, and Cluny Bistro

  • Shopping venues in downtown include the large CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Atrium on Bay, The Path, BCE Place, First Canadian Place, Queen’s Quay Terminal, and Newcourt Centre

  • Nearby parks include David Pecaut Square, Simcoe Park, Isabella Valancy Crawford Park, Clarence Square Park, Olympic Park and Roundhouse Park
  • Nearby Schools:
    • Elementary school: Ogden Junior Public School, St. Mary Catholic School
    • Intermediate school: Ryerson Community School, St. Mary Catholic School
    • High School: Harbord Collegiate Institute

Developer Information

More About madison group

  • We own, develop, and manage landmark residential and commercial properties that reflect our unique brand of creativity. We curate lifestyles in our communities through location, architecture, design and amenities. Our passion and commitment to excellence is built on a foundation of 55+ years and three generations strong.

  • Completed projects include Zigg Condo (Midtown Toronto), Real Towns (Vaughan), Briar Hill (Toronto), Thornhill Ravines (Vaughan) and Greensborough (Markham)

  • Current developments include Frenchman’s Bay in Pickering, 609 Avenue (Midtown Toronto), Cornell Rouge (Markham) and The Madison at Yonge & Eglinton