Ultra, the first tower in WestStone’s master planned Urban Village development, has gone through some design changes, but appears to now be ready for its close up. This on-again, off-again project was first stalled due to the financial collapse …
Phase 3 of WestStone’s Urban Village development is set to begin shortly, with the 40 storey Ultra tower destined to become Surrey’s tallest building. Touting the new Library and City Hall as part of the development’s marketing scheme, selected …
As the first major wave of City Centre developments finish up, including CityPoint, Agenda & Element, and Quattro Phase 1, we take a look at what developments are working their way through the City and are scheduled to start construction in the near future.
While there are a number of great projects being planned, including hotels, residential towers, and urban office towers, many are unlikely to start anytime soon, and could potentially stall or fall through, as such utopian developments tend to do. So, for this post, we focus on the most realistic developments likely to begin this year. Be sure to click on for the full post.
Urban Village Phase 2 (on the left): Phase 1 consisted of the two four storey apartment buildings to the south – Agenda and Element. Phase 2 consists of the 38-storey Ultra tower, which is currently being sold by developer WestStone. The tower will have a total of 358 units and also include 16 standalone townhomes at the base.
The firm designing the Urban Village development for Weststone Properties has leaked two more images showing the full build out of this master planned community.
The first phases of Urban Village are currently nearing completion. Two four storey mid-rises, Element …
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