Probably too long a shot to get one's hopes up for but please, oh please let this mean that Kirkor is fired and a real architect is brought on board.
I was at the community council meeting this morning where this was discussed. Unfortunately, they voted not only to merely "receive" (i.e. ignore) the heritage report, it seems they didn't even go along with the staff recommendation for a facadectomy. Instead, they're apparently going to preserve "some terra cotta panels." It was a pretty disappointing meeting all around. Before she was selected councillor, Ceta Ramkhalawansingh was saying that the College Street residence project a few doors down would destroy the neighbourhood's heritage. In the meeting, however, she didn't say much of anything about heritage or its effect on the neighbourhood. She even questioned one speaker who complained about height, saying that there were other tall buildings in the area. The whole discussion didn't last very long as it appears they had already worked out a deal. A bit of a surprising performance from the new councillor.