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Kelowna's city skyline may never be the same.

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Conceptual drawings of the two Monaco towers proposed for Doyle and St. Paul streets in downtown Kelowna. Second of 3 plans shown here. (Contributed by: City of Kelowna)

The developers of a twin-tower multi-story project downtown brought their blueprints to a public hearing yesterday.


Twice, the buildings were deemed too bulky for the property at the corner of Doyle and St. Paul but the developer's latest design received preliminary approval from councillors earlier this month.


Chris Walker sat down with Tyler Dueck, the VP of Project Development for Premier Pacific Group this morning on Daybreak.


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