I don't remember an office component.
The original proposal looked like this:
To clarify, that is the second version. I don't have an image of the very first one circa 2005 but it was quite different. I believe both versions were modified after much feedback, including Design Panel recommendations so it wouldn't surprise me if there were a half dozen iterations floating around. That photo depicts Kwan's design that resulted after people said the building should be more modern and broken up and with a corner entrance. I think Corazon and Juliet may have influenced it as the renderings for those popular buildings may have been around at the time.
Harris Green guidelines recommend staggered setbacks to encourage a terraced look to towers but developers and architects prefer straight-sided buildings for various reasons. De Hoog will propose a straight-sided tower pulled back from the podium that will satisfy the setback requirements.
"[Randall's] aesthetic poll was more accurate than his political acumen"
-Tom Hawthorne, Toronto Globe and Mail