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This Is What The Future Of Downtown Surrey Looks Like

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Downtown Surrey is currently undergoing a major reconstruction with the latest developments at the King George Station.

The station itself will look completely different in its final stage of completion, as the future holds everything from residential buildings to shopping centres, to offices and a large bank.

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With the motto “the future lives here,” the station’s new construction promises to fulfill Surrey’s vision. The plan is ambitious: with over 350,000 square-feet of retail for consumers, 495,000 square-feet of office space for business, over 12,000 residential units, and a newly completed Coast Capital Headquarters.


As the second largest city in British Columbia and the fastest-growing, the new layout will foster greater economic growth and a vibrant new design for Surrey.

The city hopes to revitalize the overall appearance as well as create a better environment for its citizens.

The first phase of construction began in 2013 and the project is currently ongoing. It is broken down into four phases: Phase A – Coast Capital Savings Help Headquarters (completed), Phase B – Office, Retail and Residential, Phase C – Office and Retail, and Phase D – Residential.

Phase B also includes the development of an exciting High Street that will feature green space. The commercial High Street extends from King George Boulevard to Fraser Highway. In addition, it will have green space with seating areas, public art, and community gathering centres that will encourage a sense of community and also a more active lifestyle.

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