No it won't, it has less to do with market demand and more to do with developers making smaller units so they can get more money.If that is what the market demands why is that a bad thing? if the market demands a bigger size unit then that is what will get built.
I’m not so sure. It’s rather specific for a zoning exercise? Renderings, designs? Maybe it would evolve but feels like they are planning something architecturally ambitious. Why assume otherwise?Sorry. Not imminent. As was just said above by ProjectEnd, this likely not a serious proposal. It's likely just a zoning exercise.
As much as I'd love this to happen, it's not likely to do so.
I hear what you’re saying, but am not sure you’re correct. There are many exceptional buildings in the world. And they all started with a rendering.It's not real. It cannot and will not be built as shown in the pretty renders. When you're designing for a zoning exercise, the constraints of reality don't apply: no need to carefully weigh the cost of materials or rationalize floor plates to control construction costs, just come up with something that looks nice and represents the FSI you're trying to negotiate for. The design is fake. It is not real. Do not get your hopes up.