U-Haul won't be moving into Centennial Market building after all
Chrysta Garner, the manager of the Centennial Market, stands in the market in the old Sears building in Regina.
REGINA -- The deal in place for U-Haul to buy the Centennial Market building has fallen through, market organizers say.
The Centennial Market is still open and accepting vendors heading into the holiday season.
U-Haul said it decided the location wasn’t ideal for self-storage product after “careful consideration.”
“We will continue to consider potential retail and self-storage locations in Regina and surrounding communities as they become available.”
U-Haul added trucks and trailers are available at company-owned stores and U-Haul dealers in Regina.
City council voted to allow U-Haul to take over the old Sears outlet building in August.