Context King West is on hold due to some land title issues, not because of poor sales. It is a well thought out and designed project that's backed by a very reputable developer and priced fairly, so it should perform just as well (if not better) than the other projects in the hot King West and Entertainment District.
Some of the condos in the ultra-highend of the market are struggling a bit, such as Trump Tower and the Ritz-Carlton, but that's because of many factors. Unprecidented over-ambitious pricing, lack of balcony space, high maintenance fees, harder to get financing because it is considered a commercial/hotel property, location not traditionally prestigious, etc.
Concord Cityplace typically has quite a bit of unsold inventory after the building has been completed, but those buildings have a lot of units in them and Concord has the resources to build their condos much faster than they could sell them.
Other than some high profile mega developments, I think our hot market will slow down, especially when price per sq.ft. has gone up to a point that most could not afford to buy, and condo units have gotten way too small or impractically designed (2 BR units in less than 700 sq.ft.).