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Regina’s history dates back to as early as 1901. Much of it was not in the limelight though until 1905 when province of Saskatchewan was formed. Regina was then named as the provincial capital and immediately assumed the role of the Southern Saskatchewan’s commercial and cultural center. It is currently the second largest city in Saskatchewan, with a population of more than 176,915 people as of 2006.
Home to some of the most prestigious and sought after neighborhoods in the province, Regina was intricately designed to harmonize with its breathtaking natural surroundings and urban flair. Its employment growth has supported a high level of immigration, thus leading to a high demand of rental housing. As of April 2012, the average rent for a two bedroom apartment in Regina was $897. Even with its urban character and competition for space amongst real estate developers, the city still offers a wonderful selection of immaculate rental apartments set amidst soothing plains and scintillating views of the city.
The innovation, designs and creativity portrayed by apartments here are a clear indication of the city’s real estate booming market and a healthy economy. That said and done, it goes almost without saying that the city is ideal for young, working professionals. So whether you are looking for a simple one bedroom apartment, a high end serviced apartment or a furnished apartment complete with equestrian facilities, Regina has more than any home seeker can handle. Echo Lake, Regina University, Wascana Creek in Les Sherman Park and Regina Oil Refinery are just but some of the jewels that highlight Regina.