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City, developers reach deal on infrastructure costs; Taxpayers' share of 25-year plan $212 million, to begin in January ---- Monday December 14 - by Natascia Lypny, The Leader Post (Regina) --- Consensus: Developers and the city were skeptical it could happen. But the two parties have gone back to the drawing...
Regina SkylineThe Bank of Montreal Building and FCC Tower are both Class A office buildings located in downtown Regina. Enhancing Regina's skyline, the Bank of Montreal Building was developed in 1983. FCC Tower followed, opening its doors in 1992.
Century Plaza, Regina SaskatchewanLocated in downtown Regina, Century Plaza is home to Harvard Broadcasting, Ministry of Central Services and Farm Credit Canada offices. The property is the first privately redeveloped building in Saskatchewan to obtain LEED Silver Certification from the Canada Green Building Council.
FCC Tower, Regina, SaskatchewanA unique view of FCC Tower located in the heart of downtown Regina. Comprised of 164,200 square feet, the property is one of the city's largest class A office towers.
Hill Centre Towers, Regina, SaskatchewanThe Hill Centre Towers are Regina landmarks. The buildings' design concept, the trademark sloping southern faces, was created by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill of New York while BLM Architects of Regina undertook the architectural design.
Conexus Plaza, Regina, SaskatchewanDesigned by R. Reid, 'Western Spirit' was unveiled on the corner of Hamilton Street and 11th Avenue in 1985. The sculpture is a Regina Landmark that sits outside of the 158,324 square foot Conexus Plaza building.