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Days after BuzzBuzzNews broke the story on a proposal to overhaul the two-tower Park Hyatt Toronto in the city’s Yorkville neighbourhood, new documents uploaded today to the City’s website have revealed fresh details on the project and offer up the first renderings of Oxford Properties‘ plans for the site.

Documents in the development application confirm Oxford Properties’ intention to “renovate and repurpose” the 18-storey South Tower of the Park Hyatt.

In a letter submitted as part of the application, urban design consultancy Bousfields further outlined plans to refurbish the rooftop patio and renovate the top floor lounge and meeting space in the South Tower.

“The renovation will require approval of a Site Plan Control application, a minor variance application, and heritage approval,” the Bousfields letter reads.

The application also confirms that the 14-storey North Tower will be renovated, but its hotel and retail use will not change.

See more renderings from the development application below:

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