Built by Toronto developer Citicom, Holland Cross was a $80M project on the 8.4 acre site, which had been Beach Foundry all the way back to the 1920s. The build was originally to include 567 condominium units in two nine-story buildings and two 13-storey buildings (which were never built), two office towers totalling 200,000 square feet, a 100,000-square-foot indoor shopping mall, a two-level parking garage for 1,350 vehicles and a recreation centre. Units were originally advertised priced as from less than $60,000 to about $140,000. The first phase was complete by late summer of 1988. The townhomes did not come until the late 90's, finished by about 2001. I'm not sure why the two 13-storey buildings were not constructed, but for sure if this development had happened in 2018 instead of 1988, you would definitely see much higher towers, and more of them.
As always, click on one of the photos to bring up the enlarged gallery, which will allow for better scrolling. Note the resolution on the photos is rather low, that is how they were originally posted.
(Full credit on all photographs to Mr. Mike Jeays)