Developer Landa Global has acquired a .72-acre site in Surrey at 135A Street and 106 Avenue, and plans to pursue the original plans for a market condo tower.
The land was acquired from Veterans Village LP, which is controlled by Ausvogar Capital.
The proposal is for a 26-storey condo tower with 400 units, called ‘Lucent’. Designed by WA Architects, the design of the tower is said to be inspired by the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France — fitting as the development site is next to the Legion Veteran Village redevelopment. The village will include Canada’s first facility to treat PTSD among veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, as well as first responders.
Landa Global CEO says they are actively seeking additional development opportunities in Surrey.
“We believe in the growth of Surrey and are looking at additional sites to build on a bigger scale in the coming years.”
Renderings: Lucent by Landa Global in Surrey
The development is located in between the Gateway and Surrey Central SkyTrain stations, and close to SFU’s growing Surrey campus. Construction is expected to begin next year, with completion in 2026.
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