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Old Posted Dec 27, 2017, 12:30 AM
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[Surrey] Georgetown | 6, 15, 30, 31, 32, 39, 41, 45 fl | Proposed

Project: Georgetown (Phase 1)
Developer: Anthem Properties
Architect: Chris Dikeakos Architects Inc
Height: 30fl | 97M (318 ft)
Use: Mixed
Address: 13645 102nd Avenue
Current State: Proposed

Master Plan

- Phase 1: one 30-storey, ground floor commercial and town houses
- Phase 2: one 32-storey and one 31-storey residential high-rise with ground floor commercial;
- Phase 3: a 6-storey residential building with ground floor commercial space centred on a large public plaza;
- Phase 4: a 41-storey residential high-rise;
- Phase 5: a 39-storey residential high-rise with office space;
- Phase 6: a 45- storey residential high-rise with office space; and
- Phase 7: a 15-storey mid-rise residential building with ground floor commercial space.

Site Area: 4.1 Hectares
Office: 4,000 Sq.M.

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Surrey City Centre is a 10 acre, 1.8 million sq ft, Master Planned Urban Mixed Use Community located in the heart of downtown Surrey. Surrey City Centre is the new bustling commercial core in Metro Vancouver. Flanked by major transportation infrastructure such as the SkyTrain and King George Boulevard, the site is well positioned near regional amenities such as an SFU University Campus, North Surrey Recreation Centre, Surrey City Hall, Surrey’s newest and largest Public Library and the Central City Shopping Centre. Upon completion, a total of 8 new residential apartment buildings will rise above 180,000 sq ft of newly created restaurants, offices and retail space.

CIVITAS created the urban design Concept Plan for this Transit-Oriented Design (TOD) project, a 5-minute walk from a major Skytrain station. It contains a ne grain of integrated streets, a legible grid structure, small blocks that maximize street front access and provide active frontages. The intersection density allows for multiple pedestrian paths, and the Green Lane allows access for high density residential along King George Blvd. Key features of the plan include:

• Height/density transect from King George to Whalley Blvd

• Diversity of built form; towers, mid rise, townhouses

• Taller towers & 6 storey street-wall, reinforcing King George Blvd character

• Streetwall reinforcing site

• Towers placed to maximize solar access to public spaces

• A 400m long outdoor High Street provides a strong retail flow anchored at both ends





















https://anthemproperties.com/propert...y-city-centre/

http://www.civitasdesign.com/georgetown.html

Planning Report: http://www.surrey.ca/bylawsandcounci...16-0448-00.pdf

Application Progress: https://apps.surrey.ca/Online-Develo...ar=16&seq=0448

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Old Posted Dec 27, 2017, 3:47 AM
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Hopefully this breaks ground this summer. It's going to be busy south of 104th for the next few years.
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Old Posted Dec 27, 2017, 4:48 AM
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I just realized that there's a pretty decent elevation change from the south end of Georgetown near 102 Ave and the north side, at the current Canadian Tire.

Will they have to readjust the elevation for the towers on that CT site, or will they keep Whalley Blvd. as an elevated road?
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Old Posted Dec 27, 2017, 6:37 AM
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Anybody have the project number for this development? Never mind found it.

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Old Posted Dec 29, 2017, 6:18 AM
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That render is so dumb. What is with all the trees even on top of the building. Seriously, I can see a manager yelling at the graphic artist "MORE TREES PEOPLE WANT MORE TREES!!!!!"

Ugh. This is in the HEART of Surrey, render should be urban and look urban, not like it is in the middle of Green Timbers Park. Even the shadows are all wrong. Terrible.

*sigh* marketers.
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Old Posted Dec 29, 2017, 2:52 PM
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That render is so dumb. What is with all the trees even on top of the building. Seriously, I can see a manager yelling at the graphic artist "MORE TREES PEOPLE WANT MORE TREES!!!!!"

*sigh* marketers.
"MORE TREES PEOPLE WANT MORE TREES!!!!!" = "MORE COWBELL PEOPLE WANT MORE COWBELL BABY!!!!! -The Bruce Dickinson.
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skytrain isn't that close to the site
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Old Posted Dec 30, 2017, 3:04 AM
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skytrain isn't that close to the site
Approx 5 minute walk to surrey central station and about 8-10 min to KGB station
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i know that but this render cannot be for this project as it shows skytrain practically running through this development. Its not possibly this open and visible at all. there is a solid block of crap between king george and where the skytrain is.

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I'm guessing they will have to tear down the Canadian Tire and Save On Foods to build this project?
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Old Posted Dec 30, 2017, 5:19 PM
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I believe this part of the project is closer to where A&W is. A future phase will be wear the saveon / canadian tire currently sit
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The guess is that it'll be phased so that the Save-on-Foods can more into the large 2nd floor retail space.
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I wonder if Save on Foods will move to King George Hub when completed?
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Old Posted Apr 8, 2018, 10:11 AM
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Planning report is released
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I guess the anticipated start date didn't happen.
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I didn't know that there is going to be an Uniqlo here as well.
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I didn't know that there is going to be an Uniqlo here as well.
No. it's a nilo, not uniqlo
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No. it's a nilo, not uniqlo
Obviously. No connections made here.

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and river island, a british chain....

www.riverisland.com


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Lol oh I thought that one was made up for sure
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