Wave - 13303 103A Avenue, Surrey, BC. V3T 0K6, 28 Storeys, 468 Units, 1st tower estimated completion in Fall 2014., 2nd tower estimated completion Spring 2015. Wave - Rize Alliance's two aquatic-looking towers will rise up on the southeast corner of 104th Avenue and 133rd Street in Downtown Surrey. Wave comprises 450 condos and 18 townhouse units with suites ranging from 1 bedroom to 2 bedroom plus a den with ranging from 522 to over 1,000 sq. ft. With inventive architecture by IBI Group and exquisite interiors by False Creek Design Group, Wave will soon be recognized as the landmark buildings in the Lower Mainland.
Rising 28-stories and literally taking on a wave shape, Wave showcases impressive and iconic architectural statement marked by gorgeous patios with spacious and conforming to the wave theme design. Contemporary interiors feature open-plan layouts and sophisticated finishes, including gourmet kitchens with granite counters, custom cabinetry and sleek stainless steel appliances. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows bring in natural light, and many suites have panoramic views in every direction. The building also has the great amenities including a rooftop patio, gym, media room, dog wash space, and bike repair area.
Located in the popular North Surrey's community of Whalley, Wave is just two blocks west of the Surrey Central SkyTrain station and north of WestStone's Urban Village project. More than 200 stores are spread out in the Central City Shopping Center; Old Yale Road Elementary, Civic Center Library & City Hall, Holland Park, the King George SkyTrain station, Surrey Memorial Hospital and Simon Fraser University are no more than a leisurely stroll. If you need to travel further, Highway #1, Highway #99, and Fraser Hwy are easily accessible by car.
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