The current plan calls for a 52-storey, mixed-use development rising to a height of 187 metres, a slight drop from the original 192-metre height. The building would have a gross floor area (GFA) of 50,225 m². At 32,573 m², the majority of the total GFA (64.8%) would be dedicated to residential space, where 456 units (reduced from 502) are proposed in a mix of 251 one-bedrooms, 152 two-bedrooms, and 53 three-bedrooms.
Initially proposed in early 2018 at 55 storeys, the project was subsequently appealed to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT), resulting in a settlement that included height and density reductions which was adopted by City Council in April, 2019. The project was then resubmitted for Zoning Bylaw Amendments in October, 2019 with the new plans reflecting the settlement terms, since followed by an updated application from this summer now responding to comments from City Staff in an aim to finalize project details in advance of the Site Plan Approval stage.