For the first time in a long time, I'm actually really excited to see how this tower will turn out (ok, One Bloor too). If it's built to current specs, it will completely change the face of King Street, adding a whole new sense of culture to an rather dull assortment of glass and steel cloned condos (just my opinion, I'm sure many love them, and I don't dispute their attraction, but to me, they're just all so plain looking). After both towers are complete, just imagine the impact they'll have on our skyline. Not only will the talller one become Toronto's, and Canada's tallest skyscraper (finally topping the very old record of FCP), but they're works of art in themselves. I know many of you completely disagree, but despite the many unique buildings gracing our ever expanding skyline, it will be so awesome to have such strikingly different towers. I think my biggest problem is complacency, seeing the same buildings day in day out, we become a bit jaded (I do at least). Off topic for two seconds, but I've just about finished recovering from yet another bloody surgery and rounds of radiation and chemo, and for the first time in years, I'm certain I'll be able to stick around for many years to come, so I'll definately get to see the final outcome of this project (for a while there, I very nearly didn't have that opportunity). As long as I get to see One Bloor, this project, 45 Bay Street, Union Tower, 154 Front, 1-7 Yonge, and the Oxford twins (if they are ever approved), I can die a happy man. I consider myself so lucky to be living during Torontos biggest construction boom, but in insane world, wished I could live another 50 years to see just how far we come! (I'm just about to turn 46, doubt I'll live to 96). While I'm on this thread (I'm being lazy) does anyone know the current status of this project? Last I heard the city had approved it and sales had begun, but haven't seen a thing since then, is there a projected start date yet?