A new rendering has emerged for Figueroa Centre, the latest skyline-altering tower proposed in Downtown Los Angeles.

The proposed 975-foot tower, slated for a parking lot at 925 S. Figueroa Street, would rise 66 stories, featuring 200 condominiums, a 220-key hotel, 94,000 square feet of commercial space and a 617-car garage.  As reported by NBC Bay Area, the project would include 10 in-house restaurants.

As designed by the architecture firm CallisonRTKL, Figueroa Centre would become the third tallest building in Los Angeles, following the Wilshire Grand and U.S. Bank Towers.

The project is being developed by Regalian, a limited liability company run by Justin Leong.

It is the second high-rise planned next-door to the Hotel Figueroa, which is now wrapping up an extensive renovation.  Local property owner Ben Neman has proposed a similar 57-story building at the current site of the Downtown Car Wash on Olympic Boulevard.