At a Glance
- located at Cardinal Avenue & Mt. Lehman Road
- 7 condo mid-rises + 22 townhouse buildings
- 157 townhomes + 577 condominiums
- over 37,000 sq ft of amenities
- next to Highstreet Shopping Centre
- 4-minute drive to The Rinks at Summit Centre
- 8 minutes from Matsqui Recreation Centre
- 8-minute drive to Abbotsford International Airport
- 15 minutes from Sumas border crossing
West Abbotsford’s Most Anticipated New Neighbourhood
Coming soon to Abbotsford’s West Townline neighbourhood, Highstreet Village is a 12-acre master-planned community by AB Wall Group. It consists of 157 spacious townhomes and seven mid-rise buildings with 577 condominiums. Nine types of townhome have 3-storey layouts with two to four bedrooms; seven include rooftop decks. Condominiums will offer a selection of floor plans ranging from one to three bedrooms. Residents will have access to over 37,000 sq ft of amenities, including landscaped common areas, a 2-storey clubhouse, and spaces in individual buildings. A future transit hub, providing both local and regional services, will be located on the south side of the property.
Families will appreciate the convenience of calling Highstreet Village, home. Across the street is Highstreet Shopping Centre, providing all of your household necessities with retailers such as Walmart, London Drugs, Kin’s Farm Market, H&M, and PetSmart. They also have a Cineplex Cinemas VIP where you are sure to catch the latest blockbusters. The neighbourhood’s Dave Kandal Elementary, Eugene Reimer Middle, and Rick Hansen Secondary schools are all nearby to meet your children’s full K-12 education needs. For after-school activities off the school grounds, The Rinks at Summit Centre and Matsqui Recreation Centre offer year-round programs that include skating, swimming, and fitness training. For day trips, road trips, and vacations, Highway 1 is just a block away, Abbotsford International Airport is an 8-minute drive, and the Sumas border crossing is just 15 minutes away.
Pricing for Highstreet Village
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Floor Plans for Highstreet Village
There are nine townhouse types consisting of 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom units, ranging in size from 1,153 – 1,819 square feet. Seven of the units include rooftop decks. Condominiums will offer a variety of floorplans composed of 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom layouts.
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Amenities at Highstreet Village
Highstreet Village will offer residents over 37,000 sq ft of amenities. For the townhome portion, these include a 2-storey clubhouse building with a multi-function room, a meeting room, two lounges with kitchens, a sundeck, and a patio. Adjacent is a central commons that includes a children’s play area, a lawn, and a community garden. The condominium buildings that will be built in the later phases, will each have indoor amenity spaces. Between the buildings will be four landscaped common areas. On the southern portion of the property, along Highstreet Access Road, there will be three public plazas as part of the Highstreet transit exchange. Bus routes offer both local and regional services between Langley, Abbotsford, and Chilliwack.
Parking and Storage
All townhomes will have attached 1- or 2-car private garages in either double wide or tandem configurations. Some units will have a parking apron in front of the garage that offers space for additional vehicles. Parking for townhome visitors is provided by 38 stalls spread throughout the townhome portion of the site. Bicycle & vehicle parking and storage lockers for condominium residents will be accommodated in two-level underground parkades.
Developer Team for Highstreet Village
AB Wall Group, owned by prominent Vancouver developers Alf and Bruno Wall, commissioned Abbotsford-based Focus Architecture to design Highstreet Village.
Founded in 1972 by Carson Noftle, Focus Architecture has consistently served British Columbia’s development community with high-quality design — such as Alexander Square, Crest Living, and Gala at Parc Central — in the multiple-family, commercial, and religious sectors. Client relationships are based on an ongoing dialogue about their goals and vision. This approach allows for informed decisions that provide directed solutions for each individual project. The result is a design that reflects the team’s collective ambition, is firmly rooted in its community, and is guided by the realities of the construction marketplace.
Expected Completion for Highstreet Village
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