The 54-storey Whalley Station tower has been green-lit by city council, with the project currently the tallest tower proposal in Surrey.
Surrey City Centre
The first phase of Centre Block in Surrey will consist of 1.4 million square feet of office and commercial space and an expanded SFU campus.
Western Canadian Properties Group is planning two residential towers in Surrey, designed by Bingham + Hill Architects of Vancouver.
Surrey city council has approved a major, three-building development by Thind Properties at 105 Avenue and University Drive.
GBL Architects says the second tower of The Holland in Surrey has received unanimous support from the Advisory Design Panel.
BlueSky Brightside goes before Surrey city council, a three-tower development with over 1,300 units, including purpose-built rentals.
Holland Parkside, an ambitious future development near King George SkyTrain station, appeared before Surrey city council Monday.
Aoyuan International is preparing to launch the tallest fully residential tower in Surrey, called One Central. The 44-storey tower has been in the works for several years, but was recently changed from a purpose-built rental apartment tower to market condominiums when Aoyuan came on board. This will be the Hong Kong-based developer’s biggest project in […]
PCI Developments has filed a development permit with the City of Surrey for phase three of its King George Hub development, designed by Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership. Phase three will consist of a 34-storey residential tower with a single-storey retail podium. There will be 371 residential units in the tower and 9,322 sq ft. of retail space […]
Anthem Properties has acquired another site in the heart of Surrey’s city centre. The developer has acquired 10232 Whalley Boulevard, a a 4.4-acre site directly across the street from Georgetown, Anthem’s 10-acre, master-planned community including seven residential towers and 120,000 sq ft. of restaurants, offices and retail space. Anthem plans to submit a rezoning proposal for a future master […]