From a build quality, materials quality and styling standpoint, it has condos beat by a mile. And not just your garden-variety Toronto condos either...this has even top-of-the-line buildings like 1 St Thomas beat as well (unit finishes notwithstanding of course).But from a drooling-developer standpoint, it's a site begging "intensification"--and, good shape or not, the building is "old". Ergo "dated".
The second tower was approved back in April 2012 at 26 storeys, 82.3 metres or 270 feet high, so that it lines up better with the top of the existing tower's last setback before the penthouse section. We've seen zero marketing for the second however, so I'm not sure what this is now, unless Camrost-Felcorp/Goldfarb is going forward with it as a rental building.So the new tower is going ahead? Pity.