Yes, I walked past there 2 weeks ago. Found it hard to believe that the building would be ready for any move-ins. However, my broker told me that the lower floors were complete but for a few finishing touches.
Essentially, I signed a contract that says that Developer will send written notice of my closing date and I have 30 days from the date of that notice to close. That is legally binding and I have to honor that.
Now, I am a lawyer but not a real estate lawyer. It seems to me that the time for me (or for anyone) to object is at the time of inspection. If at inspection one feels that his/her unit is not habitable then an argument can be made (I would think) that there is no obligation to close until the unit is habitable.
Now, folks-- this is not some rinky dink developer. With a temporary certificate of occupancy from the City, clean and safe passageways to and from your unit and the street, and a fully completed unit, I doubt that anyone can prevail on refusing to honor a contractual obligation to close!