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|601 Spadina Crescent East|
Saskatoon SK Canada
|Units / Rooms||225|
| - hotel|
| - restaurant|
| - fitness center|
| - highrise|
| - chateau|
| - masonry|
| - brick|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Roof||232 ft||City of Saskatoon|
• The hotel is often referred to as "The Castle on the River."
• This hotel was built by Canadian National Railway, and was one of the last hotels built by railroads, in general, in Canada.
• The hotel began construction in February of 1930, and finished in 1932. The hotel, though, did not open officially until December 10, 1935.
• In 1975, the 7th and 8th floors were converted to office space usage.
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