At a Glance
- located at 134 Street & 94A Avenue
- two 6-story woodframe buildings
- 167 condominiums & 7 townhomes
- across from Queen Elizabeth Meadows Park
- steps from Queen Elizabeth Secondary School
- 3 blocks from Surrey Memorial Hospital
- close to King George Station & King George Hub amenities
- 4-minute drive to Central City Shopping Centre & SFU
- 55 minutes to Downtown Vancouver by Skytrain
Keep Life Open to Possibilities
Quinn is the latest residential development by Porte Homes coming soon to Surrey City Centre. Tucked away on a quiet parkside street, Quinn is a 6-storey, woodframe mid-rise that will offer 167 condominiums and seven townhomes built over two levels of underground parking. Designed by Vancouver-based Integra Architecture, the exterior expresses a West Coast character with earth-toned brick, grey fibre-cement panels, blue-grey lap siding, and wood soffits. Floorplans span a selection of layouts from studios to 2-bedroom + den homes.
With room to play across the street at Queen Elizabeth Meadows Park, Queen Elizabeth Secondary School at the end of the block, and the Surrey Memorial Hospital Children’s Health Centre nearby, Quinn is an attractive option for families. Take care of all your daily necessities at Central City with two floors of big-box stores, boutiques, and numerous dining options. Transit-oriented development surrounding King George Station and the SkyTrain extension are bringing even more life and career opportunities closer to home, ensuring your investment will grow. Absorb the energy of one of Metro Vancouver’s fastest growing cities.
Pricing for Quinn
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Floor Plans for Quinn
Find your ideal home from a selection of 2-bedroom townhomes and condominiums with floorplans ranging from studios to two bedrooms. Ground-oriented residences each have their own semi-private outdoor patio space, while townhomes have their own private entry. Quinn offers the following units:
- 9 x studios
- 97 x 1-bedroom
- 61 x 2-bedroom
- 7 x 2-bedroom townhouses
Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.
Amenities at Quinn
Indoor resident amenities feature a gym, lounges, games rooms, a party room with kitchen, and washrooms. The party room opens onto a landscaped courtyard that includes an adjacent seating area, a barbeque station, a dining area with tables and chairs, a community garden with potting table, a children’s play area, and benches for seating. A rooftop terrace between the two wings consists of a bistro dining area, a barbeque station, two lounges, and planters for growing herbs.
Parking and Storage
Quinn will have two levels of underground parking that will provide space for 50 storage lockers; 215 bicycles; a car wash station; and stalls for 150 condo resident, 6 townhome resident, and 18 visitor vehicles. Of these, 4 stalls will be accessible.
Maintenance Fees at Quinn
Developer Team for Quinn
Porte Development has been serious about real estate since 1968, and has been active in the Surrey market since 1974. They have built over 2,000 homes, and own and manage 880,000 sq ft of commercial space and 750 rental suites. Porte considers building communities a labour of love that carries a great amount of responsibility. They are committed to creating places where people love to live, work, and play, while strengthening their communities so they last for generations.
Integra Architecture is an award-winning firm located in downtown Vancouver. Formed in 1999 by two experienced architects — Dale Staples and Duane Siegrist — the partners share a belief in client-centered architecture, teamwork, and long-term working relationships. The firm’s capable staff has extensive experience in all types of residential buildings, mixed-use projects, as well as renovations and seniors housing. Garden Drive, Ducklow, and Lolo on 3rd are Integra projects previously featured here.
Expected Completion for Quinn
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