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Camellia Residences - 10928 132nd Street, Surrey, BC V3T 3W8, Canada. Crossroads are 132 Street and 108 Avenue. Rare Senior Living ownership opportunity. Camellia Residences will provide professionally operated Senior Living services and amenities and 117 studio, one and two bedroom homes. Camellia Residences is built on the values of community, love and dignity. Camellia offers a wonderful connection and emotional support for like-minded seniors embracing the next stage of life.
Nearby parks are Poplar Park and Bolivar Park. Schools nearby are K B Woodward Elementary, Kwantlen Park Secondary School, and Simon Fraser University Surrey Campus. Grocery stores and supermarket nearby are Gateway Market, Nesters Market, and 7 Days Seafood & Grocery. Close to Whalley Athletic Park, Gateway Station, and The Dell Shopping Centre. Short drive to Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre, Surrey Memorial Hospital, and Royal Columbian Hospital.
Camellia Residences Technical Info
||10928 132 St
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|Units in Development: ||117|
|Units in Strata:||117|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Assisted Living / Retirement Homes
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September 2019 Market Insights
REBGV Housing Market Update For August 2019
Home sales in August up 15% from last August. Total number of homes listed is 13,396
REBGV Housing Market Update For July 2019
Home sales in July was up 23% over June. Listings remained level with June.
BCREA Housing Market Update (August 2019)
BC home sales in July up 12%. Active listings in July were up 12%
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BCREA Housing Market Update (July 2019)
Home sales declined 6% in June compared to May. Listings were up 19%.
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