What's weird is that I was driving down Horton at almost the same time (7 - 8pm?) and snapped a few pics as driving by. Was going to post, but you have beat me to it.
I'm really surprised that no one has noticed/commented on how the second tower is in fact a totally different structure than the first tower. I have been waiting for some time to see if anyone would comment on this point, but alas no. Yes, both towers are thematically similar from an external appearance point of view, but one would find very few actual identical dimensions - and this is not like hand grenades (close doesn't count). As well, the internal layouts are completely different, the penthouses radically different including higher ceilings, the main residential component is shorter, the construction method very
different, and unless something different is done with the mech room (one can never be sure as plans can be changed at the last minute sometimes), the building as a whole will be slightly shorter by as much as a story, making it not the tied-for-3rd, but the 5th tallest building in the city.
This is notable because Tricar was willing to forgo the economy of scale that twin towers offer in favor of going for a custom second building. This a vote of confidence in the market.
BTW: The 3,400 sq.ft. top floor penthouse must be pretty awesome when complete.
Edit: Forgot to reply to your question: It will be more than a week. It takes time to install the mech equipment. HVAC, elevators, etc. Still, I'd say late July at the most. Nonetheless, this was a very rapid build due to the prefab exterior panel construction method.