North-east corner of Yonge and Wellesley (Sweeny) too. The Canada Permanent Bvilding and Sterling Tower on Bay were mooted for conversions, but the groups backing them couldn't get everything together and both fell through.
Office conversions aren't new. There are a couple of them in Hamilton as well, including this awfully bungled one.. The question is more so if City Planning will force this off to the OLT because of the office space loss, being typically unresponsive to changing markets and realities. I agree that office replacement had a real value and purpose in the pre-COVID era, but these days, this type of conversion should really be encouraged.