Stalled hotel development in Regina sees new activity

The construction site for a planned hotel on Albert Street in Regina is active again.
After a prolonged period of sitting idle, activity has returned to a construction site on South Albert Street in Regina. (CBC)

The construction site for a planned hotel on Albert Street in Regina is active again.

Workers have been at the location, at the intersection with Parliament Avenue, removing wood that was exposed to the elements for several months.

CBC News was told that elements of the building not affected by the weather will remain.

There was no word on whether or not the hotel, which was slated to be part of the Marriott group, will be rebuilt.

Calls to the developer associated with the project were not immediately returned.

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