The Central District of Regina is home to some of the city’s most diverse and walkable neighbourhoods. The Central Zone circles the Downtown and Warehouse District. It has the Ring Road on the east and north, Wascana Lake to the south and stretches as far west as Coronation Park, Washington Park and historic Cathedral. Central Regina is the largest residential zone in the city and features many of Regina’s oldest homes and most historic buildings, including the Provincial Legislature. The District is also home to the University of Regina. Residents in Central Regina enjoy their access to Wascana Lake, walking and biking trails along with the Downtown and the trendy Cathedral Village.
The Downtown core is undergoing a massive revitalization with numerous upgrades to parks and services. There is also an increase in the Downtown population due to the burgeoning warehouse district and new condo projects such as Capital Pointe, a 25 storey condominium - Hilton Hotel project on the site of the old Plains Hotel. The Downtown is also home to some of Regina’s finest restaurants, shops and night life. The City of Regina is also undergoing a multi-million dollar make over of Victoria Park across from the Hotel Regina. With a proposed indoor multi-use entertainment centre and new home for the Roughriders, it’s a green light for Regina’s Downtown.
There were 1030 MLS® sales in Regina Central District in 2012, with an Average Price of $220,282 and 33 MLS® sales in Regina Downtown / Warehouse District in 2012, with an Average Price of $252,191
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