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New details on Century’s 54 storey tower

March 12, 2012 |

According to a report from the Delta Optimist, Century Group, the developer of a proposed 54-storey tower across from the new City Hall downtown, plans to move its head offices into the project. It will purportedly be accompanied by Cotter … Read More

Gateway Business Park delayed due to economy

October 28, 2010 |

The Gateway Urban Office Park, now referred to as the Gateway Business Park, has been delayed indefinitely due to economic conditions. Owned by GE Real Estate, the site has been marketed by Avison Young for several years, apparently to … Read More

SD36 HQ making construction progress [pics]

May 19, 2010 |

The School District’s new headquarters, officially known as the District Education and Conference Centre, is getting closer to completion. The $40 million LEED Gold project consists of a four-storey, 125,000 sq. ft. building that will house administration, district education … Read More

Surrey Civic Centre Project revealed!

September 27, 2009 |

Civic Surrey has obtained a pre-release copy of the SCDC’s brochure outlining the Surrey Civic Centre Development. The project has been tossed around for years under various names, including Central City II or the new City Hall complex, but it appears as though this may be the final version of the plan.

The full document can be viewed and downloaded at the bottom of the post. Below are the main excerpts from the plan.

UPDATE: The Surrey City Development Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of the City, has posted the brochure on its website.

The City of Surrey is continuing to build the Civic Centre Development Project with a $500 million investment to create a vibrant Surrey City Centre. The Civic Centre Development Project will include a new City Hall and Office building, additional space for Simon Fraser University, and a major civic plaza that will become the heart for Surrey’s outdoor events, celebrations and festivities. It will include a Performing Arts Centre with a 1,600 seat flexible theatre and a 250 seat studio theatre; a new Central Library; and, a mixed use building accommodating Hotel/Office facilities. As a part of creating a great, walkable, enjoyable City Centre, it will include a major beautification of King George Highway and significant upgrades to the current Skytrain Station and Bus Transit Exchange.

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Central City Tower II?

November 26, 2008 |

Discussions continue about the relocation of City Hall, and there seems to be no hard plan to actually make it happen. One of the major questions is whether this will be a partnership with Central City or not. 

The Central … Read More

70 storey tower complex planned for King George station

October 30, 2008 |

Several towers, with one as high as 70 storeys, are being promised for Surrey’s City Centre as part of a $1.6-billion development over the next 15 years.

Berezan Management Ltd. announced Thursday its plans to develop the property on … Read More

Huge City Centre Update! [pics]

April 12, 2008 |

The picture I found the other day that superimposed the towers under construction onto an aerial photo – well, it made me want to update it with the latest developments. So, here’s Surrey City Centre from two perspectives:

Looking southeast from Braid SkyTrain Station in New West

The current skyline

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Gateway Office Tower Park

April 9, 2008 |

Phase I of this 5 phase, 600,000 sq. ft. office park is scheduled for completion in early 2010 and will represent the cutting edge in sustainable and responsible design certified to a LEED Gold standard. The varying … Read More