Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour: Regency Square

For the latest installment of our Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson, we take you on a tour of the ongoing transformation of Regency Square from aging suburban mall to modernized mixed-use development.

This recurring video series takes you inside some of the most noteworthy real estate developments under construction in the region. We’ll use this format while the pandemic continues to play out and until it’s safe to resume our usual in-person Hard Hat Happy Hour events.

Enjoy the video above (made by Evanne Armour) and stay tuned next month for a new episode.

Check out the BizSense YouTube channel to see the previous episodes.

And special thanks to Sands Anderson and all our great Hard Hat Happy Hour sponsors:

For the latest installment of our Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson, we take you on a tour of the ongoing transformation of Regency Square from aging suburban mall to modernized mixed-use development.

This recurring video series takes you inside some of the most noteworthy real estate developments under construction in the region. We’ll use this format while the pandemic continues to play out and until it’s safe to resume our usual in-person Hard Hat Happy Hour events.

Enjoy the video above (made by Evanne Armour) and stay tuned next month for a new episode.

Check out the BizSense YouTube channel to see the previous episodes.

And special thanks to Sands Anderson and all our great Hard Hat Happy Hour sponsors:

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Gordon Laroussini
Gordon Laroussini
1 year ago

The West End needs condos and NOT more apartments. Condo owners have skin in the game and apartment dwellers don’t care. You are cheapening property values and as a real estate agent for over 20 years, that is not good for the area property values. Just my 2 cents.

Last edited 1 year ago by Gordon Laroussini