The city of Regina has had enough.
On Tuesday, the city announced Capital Pointe developers, Westgate Properties Ltd, have been served with an Order of Compliance to fill the hole at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street, where the undeveloped project is.
The Order, says the city, was issued after the developer failed to give a plan on how to resume construction at the site by the established deadline of March 30th.
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The project, originally proposed as a large hotel and condo structure in the downtown core, was expected to be one of the province’s tallest.
Westgate Properties has 15 days to appeal the decision.