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Neighbourhood

Dynamic & Evolving

Urban Living in Downtown Surrey

Your home neighbours 25 acres of green, recreation, and entertainment spaces at Holland Park, including sports fields, a playground, an amphitheatre, and elegant gardens. Just down the street, the city core offers regular events hosted in the Civic Plaza, 150+ shops and restaurants concentrated around the Central City shopping district, and convenient access to rapid transit via two Skytrain stations–all within a 3-8 minute walk from your front door.

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Central City Shopping Centre

Simon Fraser University

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Surrey Central Skytrain Station

North Surrey Recreation Centre

Surrey City Centre Library

Surrey Civic Plaza

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

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King George Skytrain Station

Surrey Memorial Hospital

UBC Medical Campus

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Downtown Vancouver

An Amenity-Rich Neighbourhood

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Holland Park

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Forsyth Park

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Hawthorne Park

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Green Timbers Urban Forest

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Hjorth Road Park

Parks
Parks
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  1. Holland Park

  2. Forsyth Park

  3. Hawthorne Park

  4. Green Timbers Urban Forest

  5. Hjorth Road Park

Shops
Shops
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  1. Central City Shopping Centre

  2. Canadian Tire

  3. London Drugs

  4. Staples

Restaurants
Restaurants
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  1. Central City Brew Pub

  2. Nahm Thai Bistro

  3. Brown's Social House

  4. Prado Café

  5. Blenz Coffee

  6. Starbucks

  7. Tim Hortons

  8. Chatime

Education
Education
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  1. Simon Fraser University

  2. Kwantlen Polytechnic University

  3. UBC Clinical Campus

  4. Kwantlen Park Secondary School

  5. KB Woodward Elementary

  6. Old Yale Road Elementary

  7. AHP Matthew Elementary

  8. Lena Shaw Elementary

  9. Mary Jane Shannon Elementary

  10. Guildford Park Secondary School

  11. Forsyth Road Elementary School

  12. Queen Elizabeth Secondary School

  13. Hjorth Road Elementary

Community & Fitness
Community & Fitness
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  1. Surrey City Hall

  2. Surrey City Centre Public Library

  3. Club 16 Trevor Linden Fitness

  4. North Surrey Recreation Centre

  5. Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre

  6. Surrey Memorial Hospital

Grocers
Grocers
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  1. Nesters Market

  2. Safeway

  3. Save-On-Foods

  4. T&T Supermarket

Services
Services
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  1. Coast Capital Savings Help Headquarters

  2. RBC

  3. Scotiabank

  4. BMO

  5. CIBC

Bike Routes
Bike Routes
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A Connected Community

Two major transit hubs are less than a 10-minute walk from home

Two major transit hubs are less than a 10-minute walk from home. Hop on the SkyTrain at Surrey Central Station for quick and seamless access to New Westminster, Burnaby, Coquitlam, and downtown Vancouver. A future proposed transit expansion is on the horizon to further link this connected community to Guildford, Newton, and Langley, bringing other communities even closer to home.

Two major transit hubs are less than a 10-minute walk from home. Hop on the SkyTrain at Surrey Central Station for quick and seamless access to New Westminster, Burnaby, Coquitlam, and downtown Vancouver. A future proposed transit expansion is on the horizon to further link this connected community to Guildford, Newton, and Langley, bringing other communities even closer to home.

Inspired Parkside Living

Daily outdoor recreation and entertainment opportunities

Your home neighbours 25 acres of green, recreation, and entertainment spaces at Holland Park, Surrey’s adaptation of New York’s Central Park, which includes sports fields, basketball courts, a playground, an amphitheatre, and elegant gardens. This central urban park is also home to major community events, including Fusion Festival and Movies Under the Stars. Thoughtfully programmed and expansive in scale, this sprawling community green space—unparalleled throughout the city—sits right at your doorstep.

Your home neighbours 25 acres of green, recreation, and entertainment spaces at Holland Park, Surrey’s adaptation of New York’s Central Park, which includes sports fields, basketball courts, a playground, an amphitheatre, and elegant gardens. This central urban park is also home to major community events, including Fusion Festival and Movies Under the Stars. Thoughtfully programmed and expansive in scale, this sprawling community green space—unparalleled throughout the city—sits right at your doorstep.

Thriving
Urban Growth

1,250 people are moving to Surrey every month

With an ambitious economic plan, the City of Surrey has become one of Metro Vancouver's fastest growing municipalities. By 2041, Surrey's population is projected to surpass Vancouver as the largest city in BC. The increase in employment opportunities, particularly in the tech industry, the academic possibilities available at institutions such as Simon Fraser University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and the ever-growing transit network make Surrey a promising city to invest in.

With an ambitious economic plan, the City of Surrey has become one of Metro Vancouver's fastest growing municipalities. By 2041, Surrey's population is projected to surpass Vancouver as the largest city in BC. The increase in employment opportunities, particularly in the tech industry, the academic possibilities available at institutions such as Simon Fraser University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and the ever-growing transit network make Surrey a promising city to invest in.

Culture and Lifestyle

Endless social and entertainment opportunities in Surrey's lively downtown core

The city is moving forward with a diverse community and optimistic future. From recreation to brew pubs to university campus events, there are endless social and entertainment opportunities in Surrey’s lively downtown core. A wide variety of shops and services are only minutes away by foot, and even more retail, offices, and recreational spaces are planned for the near future, adding to the vibrancy of this energetic urban centre.

The city is moving forward with a diverse community and optimistic future. From recreation to brew pubs to university campus events, there are endless social and entertainment opportunities in Surrey’s lively downtown core. A wide variety of shops and services are only minutes away by foot, and even more retail, offices, and recreational spaces are planned for the near future, adding to the vibrancy of this energetic urban centre.

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