An empty field on the east side of Prince Albert is being transformed into an array of banks, restaurants and grocery stores.
Also in recent weeks, a number of new businesses have opened on the south side of the Cornerstone development including the new Prince Albert Co-op food store which moved from the downtown location. Announcements have been made that more restaurants and stores will be opening in the Cornerstone Shopping District.
As some businesses have moved from downtown to Cornerstone, many new businesses have opened downtown. The downtown business improvement district is focusing on restoring older buildings. More than 120 are over 40 years old, making them historically significant.
Prince Albert Mayor, Jim Scarrow said that the city has seen record growth for the past three years. The number of industrial and commercial building permits is already 25 per cent ahead of last year. Retailers see Prince Albert as a friendly, hospitable city, it reflects very well on the city.
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