At a Glance
- located at King George & 108 Avenue
- 54-storey mixed-use tower
- 479 condominiums
- 235,320 sq ft of office space
- less than a 10-minute walk from Gateway Station
- short walk to Whalley Athletic Field & Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
- near Forsyth Road Elementary School & Park
- 1 SkyTrain stop from Central City shopping
- less than 45 minutes to downtown Vancouver via SkyTrain
The Gateway to Surrey
Whalley Station is a new mixed-use development from Tien Sher Group coming soon to Surrey City Centre. Together with Tien Sher’s neighbouring Flamingo Towers development, this iconic 54-story highrise will form a dramatic entry to the city’s downtown. Designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects, it will become one of Metro Vancouver’s tallest buildings and the tallest in Surrey. A 7-storey commercial podium will provide space for shops, services, restaurants, and offices. The tower will house 479 condominiums, ranging from studios to 3-bedroom suites. The podium roof will be completely covered by a landscaped terrace with over 37,000 sq ft of resident amenities.
Whalley Station is a short walk to Gateway Station — a neighbourhood hub for shops, services, and eateries, including Nesters Market, Shoppers Drug Mart, BC Liquor Store, Curry Bistro, and TD Bank. Recreational facilities, such as Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre and Whalley Athletic Park, are also within walking distance. Just one SkyTrain stop away, enjoy extensive shopping options with T&T, Walmart, Best Buy, Canadian Tire, and Central City shopping centre anchored by Simon Fraser University’s Surrey campus. Downtown Vancouver’s dining, leisure, and entertainment options are less than 45 minutes away with a car-free journey on the Expo Line.
Pricing for Whalley Station
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Floor Plans for Whalley Station
A variety of floorplans will be available with the following unit mix:
- 83 x studios
- 132 x 1-bedroom
- 84 x 1-bedroom + den
- 83 x 2-bedroom
- 92 x 2-bedroom + den
- 5 x 3-bedroom
Contact me today to discuss plans, prices, and possible upgrade options.
Amenities at Whalley Station
Indoor amenity spaces will be located on the 8th and 46th floors of the tower with adjoining outdoor areas. The podium roof will be completely covered by a landscaped terrace for the exclusive use of residents. It will feature a central green, yoga terrace, children’s play area, garden plots, outdoor living room, barbeque and seating areas, outdoor fireplaces, and an off leash dog area.
A public plaza located at the intersection of King George Boulevard and 108 Avenue will provide space to socialize and host events, as well as a single-storey restaurant pavilion. The plaza leads to a garden atrium with retail space that also provides a mid-block access for pedestrians from King George Boulevard, through the building, to 135A Street.
Parking and Storage
A 5-level underground parkade will provide storage for 606 bicycles and stalls for 917 vehicles, of which 431 are residential and 49 are for visitors. A porte cochere will accommodate parkade, drop-off, and loading traffic.
Maintenance Fees at Whalley Station
Developer Team for Whalley Station
Founded in 2005, the Tien Sher Group of Companies is a fully-integrated real estate development firm named for the “three lions” as represented by founder, Charan Sethi, and his two sons. The highly-focused team of specialists at Tien Sher oversees the acquisition, planning, design, construction, marketing, sales, and customer care of a broad spectrum of residential developments across the Lower Mainland. Charan’s philosophy challenges the entire team to treat each condominium and townhome that carries the Tien Sher brand as if they were building it for themselves. Other projects featured here include Flamingo Towers, Q5, and Chatham 3755.
Chris Dikeakos Architects is a Burnaby-based architectural firm with a strong reputation for multi-unit and highrise residential design. Their work ranges from concept and design development to construction drawings and site services, site capacity studies, master planning, urban design, and rezoning. Projects previously featured here include 1698 West Georgia, Georgetown, and Altus.
Expected Completion for Whalley Station
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