It’s looking good. One of the few cases where the actual building looks better than the renderings and model.
The road surface at the intersection of Yonge and Wellesley is in atrocious condition, why doesn't the city have a requirement that these developers contribute something to improving the streetscape on which their buildings go up and are even named after?
Not impressed by the materialization of so much spandrel window wall on the tower or the lifelessness of the frosted glass podium - it all make the building feel a bit too soulless for me in an area where apathetic new builds have sucked out what character this neighbourhood once had. I still grieve for the former Sutton Place Hotel / now Frankenstein's monster.
I am leaning towards Stanley down the street on Church becoming the better looking building once all is said and done.