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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Phase two of The Holland Surrey approved

GBL Architects says the second tower of The Holland, Townline Homes’ community on Old Yale Road and 133 St. in Surrey, has received unanimous support from the city’s Advisory Design Panel.

Phase one of the development, which is now pre-selling, includes a 25-storey condominium tower with 250 residential units. Construction on phase one is scheduled to begin in May. 

The Holland Phase one rendering
Rendering of phase one of The Holland by Townline, now pre-selling. Credit: Townline

Phase two of The Holland in Surrey will include a 32-storey tower with 305 market condominiums, and interiors by BYU Design.

The redevelopment of the site will also include two new public plazas, one at Old Yale Road and 133 Street, which will consist of high-quality surface materials and heavy timber cedar benches to reflect the area’s logging past.

A second, larger plaza at Old Yale Road and the future 133A Street, will consist of a water feature and timber benches.

The Holland Phase 2 rendering
Rendering of phase two of The Holland, recently approved by Surrey’s Advisory Design Panel. Credit: GBL Architects

The Holland by Townline Homes is not far from a similarly-named, upcoming development, Holland Parkside by Century Group, recently profiled on urbanYVR.

That development will include over 1,000 homes in three towers, with the tallest reaching 42 storeys. It will also have a 10-storey office building and ground floor retail units at the base of all of the towers.

Holland Parkside Surrey birds eye
Bird’s eye view of Holland Parkside. Credit: Century Group

Not far away, near the Surrey Central SkyTrain station, Bosa Properties’ BlueSky division is planning over 1,300 homes in three towers — two of which will be 50 storeys — in a development known as Brightside. 200 of the homes will be secured as purpose-built rentals, and a retail mews is planned as part of the project.

BlueSky Brightside rendering overall development
Rendering of overall development, BlueSky Properties’ Brightside in Surrey. Credit: Perkins + Will Architects

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Peter Meiszner
Peter Meiszner
Peter Meiszner is an experienced journalist and media relations professional, based in Vancouver. As founder of urbanYVR.com, he has been reporting on urban development across the Lower Mainland since 2016, and has also served as vice-chair of the Gastown Historic Area Planning Committee. In October 2022, he was elected to Vancouver city council and is no longer actively reporting for urbanYVR.

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