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The top 5 new Toronto condos for food lovers

We know that Toronto is all about its condos and if you're a food lover, there are a few upcoming spots with some exceptional dining capabilities. You're going to want to call these developments home once they're complete. 

Here's a round-up of some new Toronto condos for food lovers. 

Nobu

The Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant is opening its first Canadian location on Mercer Street, and two 49-storey towers that will also encompass its new hotel and condo. Get ready at yours and hop in the elevator to make it in time for your dinner reservation. 

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The Harlowe

This 14-storey condo on Richmond Street is getting a fine-dining German-style restaurant in the form of the award-winning Vancouver spot Bauhaus, its first location in Toronto. The condo's balconies and terrace will also have gas BBQ connections for the grill-lovers.

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Waterworks Building

The Art Deco building is being completely revamped to include a condo, a new YMCA, plus a sprawling food hall. Vendors have yet to be announced for the ground floor area but it's prime real estate for any restaurants that want easy access to residents' bellies.

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Transit City Condos

This 55-storey condo at Vaughan's SmartCentres Place will house a Buca — the first outside of downtown Toronto — plus a Bar Buca in the lobby. The restaurant will be serving meals all day and is expected to have a first-floor patio for outdoor dining.  

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The Well

Replacing the Globe and Mail building on Front Street, this development is expected to hold a huge 89-stall European-style market, located below a food hall. The space is also projected to have up to 12 restaurants. It doesn't get more foodie-friendly than that. 

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