A planning application for the proposed Capital Pointe project in Saskatchewan, Canada, was submitted to the local city council in Regina.
If approved, the 26-storey building will be Saskatchewan's tallest building.
The revised proposal for the mixed-use tower is expected to house a hotel, retail space and apartments.
The 90m-high tower was designed by Chamberlain Architects and will be topped with an 8m spire.
Construction will begin this year and will be complete in 2012, according to cbc.ca.