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First look at the new North Surrey Arenas replacement project

November 11, 2016 |

Long-term plans for the City Centre have always imagined the re-development of the North Surrey Recreation Centre site, which currently separates the new City Hall, Library, and plaza from Central City to the south. The first step to re-development is … Read More

Developer plans to reshape major downtown corner

September 28, 2016 |

Following a surge of re-development surrounding the SkyTrain hubs in the downtown, a new developer is placing its bet on jumpstarting densification along the suburban strip malls at the heart of King George Boulevard.

Anthem Properties┬ápurchased a 10 acre site … Read More

Phototour: Downtown Surrey’s separated bike lane

November 26, 2015 |

As we reported back in the summer, the City has been building its first physically-separated, on-street bike lane on 105A Ave in the Downtown. While the project appears to still need some finishing touches, the majority of the construction is … Read More

City building first separated bike lane downtown

July 13, 2015 |

The first on-street separated bike lane in Downtown Surrey will be arriving this Fall, thanks to $210,000 in cost-shared funding from the provincial government.

Along 105A Ave, between University Drive and Whalley Boulevard, this new east-west cycling connection will also … Read More

New development adds to growing Innovation Boulevard

June 16, 2015 |

WestStone Properties, the company behind the master-planned Urban Village development west of City Hall, is expanding south with a new development proposal for the growing medical district known as Innovation Boulevard.

Located near the southwest corner of 96 Ave and … Read More

Fraser Hwy widening set to expand Green Timbers

May 27, 2015 |

Over the past decade, the City and TransLink have invested tens of millions in the four-laning of Fraser Highway from Downtown Surrey to Langley, yet one final choke point remains through Green Timbers. While expansion of Fraser Highway through the … Read More

City shining new light for safety, environment

May 11, 2015 |

To address concerns of public safety, and meet the City’s long term energy and environmental goals, new and replacement LED street lighting will be installed in critical areas of both the downtown and Newton.

‘Rising Sun’ brings innovative social housing model to Surrey

April 23, 2013 |

The Phoenix Centre Society is proposing an innovative social housing project on the edges of Downtown Surrey. Located at the northwest corner of 140 St and 100 Ave, the proposal will replace three single-family homes.

The six-storey building will include … Read More