^Yes, they are separate development proposals by different developers and architects but they were included together in a public meeting/presentation because they have some common planning issues, like laneways, heights, setbacks, etc., as they are neighbouring properties. drum118 took some great shots of the recent presentation above.
57 Spadina (located immediately south of 401-415 King West) is in a different thread. A front page story was posted yesterday explaining the two developments.
Hope that helps
Chinese state-owned developer Greenland Holding Group plans to invest 400 million Canadian dollars ($360 million) in a property project in Canada, indicating it remained confident that it could sell homes in the country despite Ottawa's recent move to tighten an immigration program.
Shanghai-based Greenland, which is the most outbound-oriented developer in China, said in a statement it will build residential apartments in a twin tower project in downtown Toronto. The project has a gross floor area of 67,000 square meters and a site area of 3,855 square meters. The developer said it plans to start construction within six months. It didn't say when the project would be completed.
Zhang's announcement followed the company's recent acquisition of a real estate project in Canada. The project, located in the core area of Toronto, covers an area of 3,855 square meters. With a total investment exceeding 2.2 billion yuan, the project will begin construction within six months, according to the company's statement.
which is what the applicants are going to hear from the planners anyway.42
.Well if city planners don't like the height here (55s/187m), they sure will not be liking the height of the two (58s+60s) towers planned just south of this,
..and again the other two (75s+64s), just a block south @ CityPlace