List of tallest buildings in Regina, Saskatchewan

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Delta Regina, the second tallest building in Regina
The McCallum Hill Towers.

This list of tallest buildings in Regina ranks skyscrapers in the city of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada by height. The tallest building in Regina is the Mosaic Potash Tower, which rises 84.5 m (277 ft). Regina is the capital city of Saskatchewan.

As of October 2016, the city contains 5 skyscrapers over 75 m (246 ft) and 40 high-rise buildings that exceed 35 m (115 ft) in height.[1]

As of October 2016, there are 3 high-rises under construction, approved for construction, and proposed for construction in Regina.[2]

Buildings[edit]

This list ranks Regina high-rises that stand at least 30.48 m (100 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.

Buildings completed as of October, 2016
Rank Building Height Floors Completed Image Notes
1 Mosaic Potash Tower[3] 84.5 m (277 ft) 20 2013
MosaicPotashTower Regina -Summer 2013.jpg
Tallest building in Saskatchewan and tallest building between Calgary and Winnipeg.
2 Delta Regina Hotel (formerly Radisson)[4] 83.8 m (275 ft) 25 1988
Delta Regina hotel
3 McCallum Hill Centre II[5] 80 m (260 ft) 20 1992
McCallum Hill Tower II
4 C.M. Fines Building[6] (SGI) 79 m (259 ft) 20 1979
C.M. Fines Building
5 McCallum Hill Centre I[7] 78 m (256 ft) 20 1985
McCallum Hill Tower I
6 Queen Elizabeth II Courts[8] (City Hall) 68 m (223 ft) 16 1976
Regina City Hall
7 Chateau Tower
[9]
65 m (213 ft) 17 1977
8 Avord Tower
[10]
64 m (210 ft) 16 1967
Avord Tower
9 Roberts Plaza
[11]
00 m (0 ft) 20 1972
10 FCC Tower
[12]
62 m (203 ft) 14 1992
11 North Canadian Oils Building
[13]
60 m (200 ft) 14 1979
12 The Hamilton
[14]
60 m (200 ft) 14 1979
13 London Life Place
[15]
60 m (200 ft) 14 1977
14 Alvin Hamilton Building
[16]
60 m (200 ft) 14 1980
15 The Manor
[17]
58 m (190 ft) 14 1975
16 TD Bank Building
[18]
58 m (190 ft) 14 1975
17 Centre Pointe Plaza
[19]
57 m (187 ft) 19 1976
18 Hotel Saskatchewan Radisson Plaza[20] 55 m (180 ft) 12 1927
Hotel Saskatchewan
19 Palliser Place[21] 53 m (174 ft) 17
20 Saskatchewan Legislative Building[22] 53 m (174 ft) 3 1912
Saskatchewan Legislative Building
21 Bank of Montreal Building

[23]

12 1983
22 Conexus Plaza

[24]

12 1985
23 The Canadiana Apartments

[25]

15
24 Saskpower Building

[26]

51.8 m (169.9 ft) 13 1963
25 GrenFell Tower

[27]

51 m (167 ft) 14 1982
26 Double Tree Hotel & Conference Center

[28]

51 m (167 ft) 14 1967
27 SaskTel Building

[29]

49 m (160 ft) 13 1981
28 Cooper Place

[30]

11 1963
29 Trianon Apartments

[31]

15
30 Embury Heights

[32]

14
31 Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Building[33] 11
32 University Residence South Tower[34] 45.1 m (147.9 ft) 12 2004
33 University Residence North Tower[35] 45.1 m (147.9 ft) 12 2004
34 Gardens on Rose[36] 45 m (147 ft) 13 2014
35 Wascana Energy Building[37] 10 1990
36 Victoria Place[38] 45 m (147 ft) 12 1954
37 The Hamilton[39] 44.8 m (146.9 ft) 14
38 Agriculture Place[40] 42 m (138 ft) 10 2015 Tower two of the FCC complex built in 1992.
39 Canada Life Building

[41]

10 1993
40 Centre Square Place[42] 36 m (118 ft) 11 2014

Timeline of tallest buildings[edit]

History of the tallest buildings in Regina[43]
Period Building Height Floors Image
1912-1927 Saskatchewan Legislative Building
Government
53 m (174 ft) 3 [22] Sask Legislative Bldg.jpg
1927-1969 Hotel Saskatchewan
Hotel
55 m (180 ft) 14 [44] Hotel Saskatchewan, circa 1930.jpg
1969-1976 Avord Tower
Office
64 m (210 ft) 16[10] Avord Tower. AD 1967. Regina, SK, Canada.jpg
1976-1979 Regina City Hall 68 m (223 ft) 16 New Regina City Hall (1986).jpg
1979-1988 C.M. Fines Building 79 m (259 ft) 20 Sgi headoffice.jpg
1988–2013 Delta Regina Hotel[4] 83.8 m (275 ft) 25
Delta Regina hotel
2013–present Mosaic Potash Tower [3] 84.5 m (277 ft) 25
MosaicPotashTower Regina -Summer 2013.jpg

Projects[edit]

List of high-rise buildings under construction, approved, proposed and on-hold in Regina.

Building Height Floors Year Status Notes
Capital Pointe[45] 90 m (300 ft) 26 2018 Under construction If built, will be the tallest building in Saskatchewan and the tallest mixed-use building in the Prairie Provinces outside of Calgary.
11th and Lorne Tower One[46] 17 2017 Proposed
11th and Lorne Tower Two[47] 17 2017 Proposed

See also[edit]

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