I love those context massings that Urban Strategies does showing area applications - but they need to work on their approval status accuracy. They have a lot of buildings that have been approved (some for years) as yellow as "application submitted", and even have 1 listed as approved even though it hasn't yet been, or at least is still sitting waiting for an LPAT Decision (400 Front).
I noticed that too, but there's another quote in there which kind of explains it: 'Beyond these, to the northwest, is a private surface parking lot at 400 Front Street West, which is subject to a development application that has been appealed to the LPAT. The proposal includes residential towers of 57 and 59 storeys and based on conversations with City staff has been assumed to be approved for the purposes of our application ' (Page 10 of the planning rationale document)
Interesting...would make sense we get a decision on 400 Front soon considering the OMB/LPAT hearing was over a year ago.