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PHOTO GALLERY: Regency Hotel demolition continues

Wednesday, February 15, 2012 | 7:57 p.m. CST; updated 10:17 a.m. CST, Thursday, February 16, 2012

COLUMBIA — Demolition continues Wednesday on the former Regency Hotel site located in downtown Columbia. The hotel is being demolished to make way for, The Broadway, a Doubletree hotel by Hilton. Construction is expected to begin for the new hotel in April.

Demolition continues on the former Regency Hotel site located in downtown Columbia on Wednesday. The hotel is being demolished to make way for, The Broadway, a Doubletree hotel by Hilton. Construction is expected to begin on the new hotel in April.
Floodlights hang from the basement ceiling of the Regency Hotel where construction workers have been clearing out demolition debris Wednesday.
The First Baptist Church is reflected in the remaining windows of the Regency Hotel site in downtown Columbia on Wednesday.
Remaining Regency Hotel chairs rest among debris and trash left over from the demolition of the hotel Wednesday.
A ladder rests against a pile of ceiling tiles which once made up the ceiling of the lobby in the Regency Hotel on Broadway in Columbia on Wednesday.

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