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Civic Hotel at 3 Civic Plaza Surrey: Glimpses of the Future

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We recently got a hold of these spectacular renderings of Surrey’s Civic Hotel, the premium world class hotel that represents our city’s first new high-rise hotel in two decades.

Rendering of the Civic Hotel Gym with a Pool and Central City Tower in the Distance
(Rendering of the Civic Hotel Gym with a Pool and Central City Tower in the Distance)

Rendering of a Civic Hotel Interior Room with a View
(Rendering of a Civic Hotel Interior Room with a View)

Rendering of Civic Hotel Lobby and Stairs
(Rendering of a Civic Hotel Lobby and Stairs)

Rendering of Civic Plaza (The hotel is located on the Civic Plaza) with Surrey City Hall in the distance and City Centre Library on the Left
(Rendering of Civic Plaza – The hotel is located on the Civic Plaza – with Surrey City Hall in the distance and City Centre Library on the Left)

Civic Hotel is part of Surrey’s first mixed-use hotel and residential project, 3 Civic Plaza – a project that Surrey604 has covered before (Also: Watch a video fly-through of 3 Civic Plaza we shared last summer). Not much has been shared about the hotel until now.

Civic Hotel will be a much-needed addition to Surrey’s corporate and leisure market, and with 37,000-40,000 guests per year expected at Civic Hotel, it is estimated that more than $3.6 million in ancillary revenue will be injected into local businesses and services each year. The addition of Civic Hotel and the recent announcement that this area will be the future home of Coast Capital Savings’ new head office, further establish King George Boulevard as a major business corridor. And 3 Civic Plaza’s 50,000 square feet of Class A office space will serve Surrey’s need for more transit-oriented office space. A recent report from Jones, Lang, LaSalle noted that this is more difficult to find in this market than any other.

Civic Hotel will also feature a dedicated co-working space, an increasingly attractive offering that is in high demand.

The hotel will also boast 144 rooms, a street-level licensed restaurant and lounge, market café (that connects to the Civic Plaza), a health club, an indoor lap pool, and meeting space large enough to accommodate more than 300 people. The unique two-storey “glass box” grand lobby will be shared by residences, offices and the hotel, functioning as a social hub.

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About Civic Hotel

  • Part of Surrey’s first mixed-use hotel and residential project, 3 Civic Plaza.
  • A premium world class hotel backed by a global reservation system.
  • Located on the Civic Plaza in Surrey City Centre on City Parkway at the crossroads of 104th Avenue, and adjacent to the Surrey Central SkyTrain station.
  • Surrey’s first new high-rise hotel in two decades.
  • Boasts 144 rooms, large meeting space to accommodate more than 300 people, street-level licensed restaurant and lounge, market café, indoor lap pool and hot tub, and fitness room with adjoining change rooms that include full shower facilities.
  • Features a dedicated co-working space and health club.

Economic Highlights

  • Projected to cater primarily to the corporate and leisure markets, with the latter benefiting from strong projected growth rates for population in Surrey and visiting friends and family.
  • With 37,000-40,000 guests per year expected at Civic Hotel, it is estimated that more than $3.6 million in ancillary revenue will be injected into local businesses and services each year based on the average international visitor to Canada spending $99.60 per day in 2011 (Canadian Tourism Commission).
  • Civic Hotel will also generate 50 full-time jobs and the overall project will create more than 200 jobs during construction.

Design Highlights

  • Designed by Vancouver-based Cotter Architects and Portland-based ZGF Architects, the progressive architecture and modern design of Civic Hotel reflect an international outlook and the city’s South Asian cultural influences.
  • Two-storey “glass box” grand lobby will be shared by the residences, offices and hotel, functioning as a social hub.
  • Lobby draws inspiration from the surrounding forests and the rich regional history of the timber industry. It boasts a modern sculptural staircase of walnut, stainless steel and glass.
  • Rooms are stylish yet practical for work – with functional desk chairs, precision lighting and uncluttered workspaces – and also feature expansive floor-to-ceiling windows.
  • In-slab radiant heating/cooling system and natural ventilation system will provide guests with a superior comfort level not possible with conventional mechanical systems.
  • Hotel roof will act as an amenity space for socializing and special events, offering guests a front row seat to activities taking place on the civic plaza below and providing views to sunrises over the Coast Mountains and stunning sunsets over Vancouver Island.

Business Highlights

  • Restaurant cuisine will be a fusion of locally-grown and South Asian influences and will have an emphasis on sustainability, with organic waste from the kitchen sent back to the farms to be used as compost, completing the food circle.
  • A café will connect to the Civic Plaza, featuring a take-out window and outdoor tables.
  • Civic Hotel will animate the Civic Plaza by sponsoring a weekly organic market and partnering with both the City and SFU to program cultural events.
  • Project further establishes King George Boulevard as a major business corridor, in combination with the future home of Coast Capital Savings’ new head office, and the new RCMP “E” Division headquarters.
  • Location takes advantage of close proximity to the SFU Surrey Campus and the Surrey Memorial Hospital health facilities.
  • Expansion of infrastructure and transit lines continue to support this area as a growing place to live and visit.

About 3 Civic Plaza

    • When completed, 3 Civic Plaza will feature the tallest tower south of the Fraser and one of the top five tallest in the Lower Mainland. 3 Civic Plaza will define the skyline south of the Fraser. The residential tower is slated to stand 538 feet (or over 50 storeys) high. Residences begin 142 feet above the plaza.
    • Approximately 353 residential units will be located adjacent to the Civic Hotel, and will have some of the most impressive views in Surrey City Centre and the region beyond.
    • Will provide 50,000 square feet of much-needed Class A office space
    • Living at 3 Civic Plaza is accessible, convenient, and directly connected to the Surrey Central SkyTrain station. It is the closest residential project in proximity to Surrey Central SkyTrain station, Surrey City Hall and SFU.
    • 3 Civic Plaza is the only development actually incorporated into the Civic Plaza. The building will activate the Civic Plaza as an outdoor living space for residents and visitors alike.
    • 3 Civic Plaza will reinforce the vision for Surrey City Centre:
      • 3 Civic Plaza furthers Surrey’s vision for the creation of a vibrant transit-oriented civic hub which will transform the face of Surrey City Centre.
      • Century Group has formed a unique partnership with Surrey City Development Corporation (SCDC) to ensure that the project contributes to the vision of the City of Surrey.
      • This project showcases Surrey’s innovative approach to revitalization of its City Centre.
    • Residential sales for 3 Civic Plaza will begin in April 2013 with project completion expected in late 2015.

Century Group is the developer of 3 Civic Plaza. Visit www.CenturyGroup.ca for further information.

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The creator of Surrey604.com, Daman Beatty (AKA 'Beatler') is originally from Sackville, New Brunswick. A longtime media producer, visual designer, marketing and communications specialist, Daman loves travel, technology and being a Daddy.

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1,700+ Units Outside Of Surrey’s Downtown Core That Will Help Meet Surrey’s Growing population

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In addition to the 9,700+ units of concrete condo units that Surrey City Centre may see popping up in the next several years, there are also a number of low-rise projects that may turn up.

Spread out over 14 different projects, between 92 and 104 Avenues, Surrey may potentially see an additional 1,757 units of low-rise development projects, in the form of wood-frame condos and townhomes.

Wood-frame condominiums

13790 108 Avenue

(Project #: 19-0145; more information here: https://bit.ly/34aurdb)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) and Community Commercial Zone (C-8) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 6-storey apartment building in City Centre.

13806/13820 108th Avenue & 10770 138th Street

(Project #: 7918-0339-00; more information here: https://bit.ly/34APswQ)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development o a 6-storey apartment building consisting of approximately 86 dwelling units.

14008 108 Avenue

(Project #: 7908-0170-00; more information here: https://bit.ly/3b72eYI)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 5-storey apartment building consisting of approximately 60 dwelling units.

Peak Residences - 10362 142 Street

(Project #: 7916-0653; more information here: http://bit.ly/2yiDg42)

The proposal has been approved to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and a development permit has been issued for the development of a 6-storey apartment building consisting of approximately 80 dwelling units.

13491 94A Avenue & 9459 and 9445 135 Street

(Project #: 17-0205; more information here: https://bit.ly/2IsrYD2)

An application has been submitted for the rezoning of Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) for the development of a 6-storey apartment building consisting of approximately 60 dwelling units.

10472 140 Street

(Project #: 18-0425; more information here: https://bit.ly/32DCI8t)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 6-storey apartment building consisting of 106 dwelling units, and conveyance of an open space lot to the City.

10595 137A Street

(Project #: 18-0401; more information here: https://bit.ly/32sy0Ju)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 6-storey apartment building consisting of 127 dwelling units.

Gateway Living - 10826 132A Street

(Project #: 7918-0319-00; more information here https://bit.ly/2qwtAEf)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 6-storey apartment building consisting of 80 dwelling units in the City Centre. This project already has 20 recorded sales as of February 18, 2021.

Laurel Gardens - 13943 96 Avenue

(Project #: 18-0322; more information here: https://bit.ly/3714nT2)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of two 6-storey apartment buildings in City Centre.

Yorkton on 108 - 13832, 13842, 13852, 13866 108 Avenue

(Project #: 20-0016; more information here: https://bit.ly/2IiKQSY)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of two 6-storey apartment buildings in City Centre.

13746 Bentley Road

(Project #: 17-0544; more information here: https://bit.ly/32reZap)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Duplex Residential Zone (RM-D) and Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of seven, 5 to 6-storey apartment buildings in City Centre.

14245 103A Avenue

(Project #: 19-0248; more information here: https://bit.ly/2Mswi67)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 5-storey apartment building with approximately 65 dwelling units and underground parking.

Townhomes

12855 111 Avenue

(Project #: 14-0324; more information here: https://bit.ly/32upfP8)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of 19 townhouse units.

10450 125B Street

(Project #:18 – 0054; more information here: https://bit.ly/33h9gaC)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of 48 townhouse units in South Westminster Heights.

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15 Concrete High-Rise Projects That Will Transform Surrey City Centre

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Rize Passages – 10138 Whalley Boulevard

The City reported $1.46 billion in building permit values in 2020, and Mayor Doug McCallum is confident that despite a brief dip in construction at the beginning of the pandemic, construction trends will continue through 2021.

Looking at upcoming concrete high-rise projects in the City Centre core, there looks to be 15 projects nearing the end of their application process. If all goes smoothly in their final stages, we can anticipate a total of 9,743 residential units, as well as a substantial supply of office and retail space, and community amenities.

Holland Parkside – 9905 King George Blvd & 13545 – 13583 98A Ave
(Project # 18 – 0217; more information found here: https://bit.ly/38X8VL2)

A rezoning and general development permit application has been filed with the City of Surrey to allow for the development of Holland Parkside with four towers, creating a master-planned mixed-use transit-oriented neighbourhood at an important Surrey City Centre destination and crossroads. The plan proposes a 204 suite 19-storey market rental apartment building and a 10-storey office building, both fronting on King George Boulevard, a 42-storey condominium apartment building in the site’s southwest corner and a 36-storey condominium apartment building in the site’s northwest corner. Along King George Boulevard will be an active retail/commercial frontage directly across the street from the SkyTrain Station, creating a mixed-use podium on top of which will be an expansive courtyard between the four towers.
(centurygroup.ca/project/holland-parkside)

10335 133 Street
(Project #: 18 – 0125; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2rAK4ZJ)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 26-storey high-rise residential tower consisting of approximately 223 dwelling units.

13317-13335 King George Blvd
(Project #: 17-0397; more information found here: http://bit.ly/2wEP5jr)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from CHI and CD to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a multiple residential developments consisting of three high-rise buildings with podiums and two low-rise buildings (Phase One (1) 239 Residential Units and 583 sq. m. of Commercial Space).

Parks & Yards – 9656 King George Boulevard
(Project #: 18 – 0276; more information found here: https://bit.ly/ADkuc5)

A rezoning has been approved and a development permit has been issued for the development of a 38 storey high-rise residential tower including 6 levels of commercial and a low-rise commercial building, including the preservation of the North Surrey Medical Building.

10440 Whalley Boulevard
(Project # 19-0202; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2MZJEpQ)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Downtown Commercial Zone (C-35) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 31-storey high-rise residential tower consisting of approximately 234 dwelling units.

13265 104 Avenue
(Project # 18-0393; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2Msm2uD)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Multiple Residential 45 Zone (RM-45) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 21-storey rental apartment building and 26-storey market apartment building in City Centre consisting of 424 residential units.

Rize Passages – 10138 Whalley Boulevard
(Project #: 7918-0289-00; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2BmRtAb)

The proposal has been approved for rezoning and a development permit has been issued for a mixed-use project, consisting of three high-rise residential towers (23-storey, 32-storey and 39-storey), two 13-storey mid-rise market rental residential towers, one 6-storey apartment building and ground-level retail/commercial space including a café and daycare.

13245 104 Avenue
(Project # 18-0443; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2P6KNP3)
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The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Multiple Residential 45 Zone (RM-45) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 13-storey rental apartment building and a 16-storey market apartment building on the subject property in a two-phase development in City Centre.

13437 105 Avenue
(Project # 19-0223; more information found here: https://bit.ly/31z3PQI)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) and Duplex Residential Zone (RM-D) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 1,026 residential units and 466 sq. m. of commercial space within two high-rise residential towers and one mid-rise residential building including a ground floor child care facility and associated amenity space.

10547 City Parkway and 13468 105A Avenue
(Project # 19-0214; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2P0EbRX)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Single Family Residential Zone (RF) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to the Draft stage for the development of 2 high-rise residential towers consisting of approximately 1,014 dwelling units in City Centre.

13748 104 Avenue
(Project # 7919-0060-00, 7919-0060-01; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2zz0KHJ)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Community Commercial Zone (C-8) and Comprehensive Development Zone to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a mixed-use phased development consisting of three high-rise buildings. Phase 1 consists of a 33-storey residential tower with ground floor commercial space.

10731 King George Boulevard
(Project #: 19 – 0048; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2pH78bG)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Community Commercial Zone (C-8), Town Centre Commercial Zone (C-15) and Highway Commercial Industrial Zone (CHI) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a mixed-use high-rise building.

Brightside – 13550 105 Avenue & 13583 104 Avenue
(Project #: 18 – 0350; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2rrDVlp)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Community Commercial Zone (C 8) and Highway Commercial Industrial Zone (CHI) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a mixed-use phased development consisting of three high-rise buildings and two low-rise buildings. Phase 1 consists of a 40-storey residential tower with ground floor commercial space.

10662 King George Boulevard
(Project #: 19-0372; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2tR3JsD)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Town Centre Commercial Zone (C-15) to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of 2 mixed-use high-rise towers consisting of approximately 1,019 residential dwelling units and 731 square metres of commercial floor area in City Centre.

The Holland (Phase 2) – 13333 Old Yale Road
(Project #: 19 – 0105; more information found here: https://bit.ly/2UoHV11)

The proposal is in its third reading to rezone the property from Comprehensive Development (CD) Bylaw No. 19661 to Comprehensive Development Zone (CD) and its development permit is in the Approval to Draft stage for the development of a 32-storey residential apartment building in City Centre.

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Despite Pandemic, Surrey’s 2020 Building Permit Value Exceeds 10-Year Average

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Surrey, BC: Economic confidence within Surrey remains strong, as the City records $1.46 billion in building permit value last year, surpassing the 10-year annual average. Residential building continues to be resilient, making up for $1.1 billion of the construction value. Industrial building permits were just shy of the record-breaking 2019 revenue, making up for $238 million of total construction.

“Despite a brief dip in construction when the pandemic first hit, investment rapidly bounced back, showing the confidence in Surrey as a prime destination for new business and residents,” said Mayor Doug McCallum. “The Surrey SkyTrain expansion, combined with an increased demand for housing and commercial space in Surrey makes us confident these strong construction trends will continue through 2021.”

As a result of the physical distancing measures in place, the City launched an online permit application process, creating a more convenient, transparent and streamlined process for customers, while further cutting wait times.

In 2017, Single Family Dwelling permit wait times peaked at 25 weeks, and now the average is only 9 weeks. The flexibility of applying online proved to be convenient for businesses, with 35% of trade permits being initiated outside of regular business hours. 98% of electrical permits and 86% of plumbing permits were also issued online.

“The new online permit process delivers both a safe and convenient way for customers to continue to operate their businesses, while further positioning the City to handle the expected surge in construction as our city continues to rapidly grow,” said Councillor Mandeep Nagra, Chair of the Development Advisory Committee.

“We are continually looking for ways to advance our services, and this step has benefitted both those applying for permits, and the operational efficiencies at the City.”

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Province Approves 91 Affordable Housing Units for Surrey’s Legion Veterans Village Multi-Purpose Social Infrastructure Project

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Affordable housing units to be managed by Vancouver Resource Society

The Legion Veterans Village (LVV) project has reached yet another development milestone with the Province, through BC Housing, approving 91 affordable housing units for the mixed-use, multi-purpose project that will provide housing, healthcare and Legion facilities dedicated to serving the needs of Canadian veterans and first responders.

Led by the BC/Yukon Command of the Royal Canadian Legion, together with Whalley Legion Branch 229 and Lark Group in Surrey B.C., this unique $312-million, two-phase, multi-purpose social infrastructure project is envisioned to be the first of many such projects across Canada.

“Our veterans have sacrificed so much and they deserve a safe and affordable place to call home where they can get the services they need,” says David Eby, Attorney General and minister responsible for housing. “Our government is committed to building more affordable housing and this project in particular will be an important centrepiece in Surrey.”

Inspired by the forms of the iconic Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France, the centre piece and phase one of the LVV development is a twenty-storey mixed-use building which includes the newly approved 91 affordable housing units to be managed by the Vancouver Resource Society (VRS), to compliment an additional 171 market housing units in phase one, 325 market housing in phase two, with priority for the affordable units given to Canadian veterans, first responders, Legion members and their families.

British Columbia places great importance in providing affordable housing, healthcare services and innovation to the province and there are no other projects that combine these elements so efficiently under the same umbrella as the Legion Veterans Village,” says Bruce Ralston, MLA for Surrey Whalley.

“We look forward to seeing this project succeed in Surrey especially here in Whalley so the rest of Canada can look towards this as a model and beacon for veterans and first responders with PTSD.”

Legion Veterans Village is a truly unique project and we are proud to be the first city in Canada to host such a comprehensive multi-purpose development that serves and supports our veterans and first responders, as well as our community at large,” says City of Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum.

“The demand for more PTSD and mental health programs has never been higher, especially during these COVID-19 times. The healthcare innovation and clinical research from LVV will help meet this demand and serve our vulnerable communities.”

Phase one of LVV will also include Canada’s first Centre of Excellence for veterans and first responders focusing on post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mental health, and an Innovative Centre for Rehabilitation, offering clinical rehabilitation services, research and the delivery of health care programs, services and trauma counseling for PTSD and mental health.

It will also feature a new 10,500 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility for the Whalley Legion Branch 229, that will include a cadet assembly hall, banquet facilities, an industrial kitchen, coffee shop and bar/restaurant area, and underground parking.

Phase two of LVV, and complement to the Veterans building, is a new twenty-six-storey building that consists of 325 additional market housing units. The current phase designs are by Neil Banich of WA Architects Ltd.

“VRS is responding to the needs of the City of Surrey by meeting the demands of the growing list of seniors, families, and persons with disabilities who require accessible and affordable housing,” says Ken Fraser, Executive Director of the Vancouver Resource Society.

“We are excited to partner with the Legion Veterans Village to bring affordable housing to veterans, first responders and their families in Surrey as well as access to a continuum of healthcare services, PTSD and mental health treatment and rehabilitation programs, with Legion and Cadet facilities all within the same development.”

Located at 10626 City Parkway, Surrey, the 91 affordable housing units in phase one will include a mix of studio suites as well as one and two-bedroom suites, with 10 units designed specifically to meet VRS requirements for accessibility.

“We have been serving our Whalley community in Surrey since 1960 and this new Legion Veterans Village will be the catalyst for change for our Legion to not only better support our members, but also ensure our future legacy,” says Tony Moore, President of the Whalley Legion Branch 229.

Construction for Legion Veterans Village is underway with phase one to be completed in late 202

Vancouver Resource Society (VRS)

Since 1972, VRS has been providing housing and care services to children, young adults, families, and seniors dealing with disabilities in a variety of housing environments (shared-care to independent apartment/strata living). Their services provide innovative opportunities for individuals and families to maximize their independence and inclusion into their community.

This is achieved by partnering with forward-thinking municipalities and developers who see the benefits of the inclusion of all its citizens in their community. By developing a positive working relationship with municipalities and developers, VRS is able to continue to provide affordable and accessible housing. www.vrs.org

Legion Veterans Village (LVV)

Image: Photo rendering of the Legion Veterans Village

The Legion Veterans Village is a unique $312-million, two-phase, multi-purpose social infrastructure project in the City of Surrey, led by the BC/Yukon Command of the Royal Canadian Legion, together with Whalley Legion Branch 229 and Lark Group.

The project includes a mix of 495 market housing condominiums, 91 affordable housing units, a Centre for Excellence for veterans and first responders focusing on PTSD and mental health, an Innovation Centre for Rehabilitation and a new facility for the Whalley Legion Branch 229.

Once completed (slated for late 2022), a key priority will be the integrated delivery of a continuum of programs and services for veterans and first responders, as well as contributing training and research towards new practices, interventions and technologies in mental health, counselling, engineering, robotics and advancements in neuroscience, etc.

www.legionveteransvillage.com

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Flash Sale with U-Eight Income Properties in Kelowna

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U-Eight

2021 is just around the corner so why not get a head start and make some goals for your financial future? There’s no time like the present to begin your property investment journey.

If you have been searching for an investment-worthy area in BC, look no further than the sunny Okanagan. Just steps from UBC’s busy Okanagan campus and North Kelowna’s business district lies U-Eight, a new development of move-in-ready homes that are perfect for anyone looking to build their investment portfolio. The University District’s appeal is met with an urban atmosphere surrounded by nature’s beauty and enjoyed by the university community, families and professionals alike. This thriving centre is not only rich in arts, culture, and academics, but also on the verge of expansion and growth.

U-Eight rendering.

Now is the time to take advantage of U- Eight’s flash sale from November 21st to 30th. With discounts of up to $50 000, two- bedroom homes will start from $344 900 and three bedrooms from $424 900 during this 10-day sale. Current low interest rates are an advantage for those who want to enter the real estate market in this quickly developing and growing community. Furthermore, demand for rental housing in Kelowna, steady UBC Okanagan enrollment and growing industry add to the favourable investment environment. U- Eight homes are move-in ready so you can begin your income property adventure as soon as possible.

As an income investment property, U- Eight checks all the boxes for liveability. UBC Okanagan’s campus is a 5-minute walk and North Kelowna’s Business District is a short drive away. Commuting is efficient with transit routes and walkable neighbourhoods right at your doorstep and a variety of restaurants, wellness services, boutiques and local specialty shops conveniently accessible. The connection between people and place is visible in the design of the development, allowing for easy modern living while complementing the natural beauty of the region. The U-District is also connected to Glenmore, Lake Country, Winfield and Kelowna International Airport (YLW), allowing you to enjoy the amenities of these neighbouring areas. Many flexible options exist for those with various lifestyles – there’s truly something for everyone.

Invest in U- Eight during this flash sale and begin reaping the benefits of your income property. Connect with U-Eight’s, Terra Shalaby at 604-332-2150 via phone or text. If you are curious and want more information on the U-Eight development please visit liveatueight.com

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