Toronto’s future Nobu Residences project will include 650 condo suites, as well as the city’s first Nobu Hotel.
Madison Group, the real estate developer behind the project, officially releases renderings of the historic façade and entrance, with a glimpse into the redefined Mercer Street. The architecture and interior design for Nobu Residences Toronto, envisioned by acclaimed Toronto-based Teeple Architects, Turner Fleischer Architects and interior design firm, Studio Munge, will celebrate the construction of the residences.
Nobu Residences Toronto will feature 650 condominium suites in two 45-storey towers, and a podium complete with state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor amenities as well as 557 m2 (6000 sf) of commercial retail space.
Recent construction updates include concrete forming continues on level 13 on the east tower and level 16 on the west tower, glass panels are currently being installed on level 8 for both east and west towers, and the heritage façade retention has been removed and the restoration work and interior finishers are scheduled to start in spring of this year.