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University District - North Tower

13409 104 Ave


North Surrey, V3T 1V7 F26 - Whalley

Official Website: ud.blueskyproperties.ca Developers Website: www.blueskyprperties.ca
  • Levels: 37
  • Suites: 742
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2023
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 15011

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University District - 13409 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3T 1V7, Canada. Crossroads are 104 Avenue and University Drive. UD will include two towers plus ground-oriented townhomes. With over 700 suites, including one, two, and three-bedrooms, this neighbourhood hub will offer plenty of inventory for starter families, downsizers, and investors alike. And with over 23,000SF of amenity programmingincluding flexible spaces to connect with friends and neighbours, health and wellness facilities, kid-friendly zones, and even an outdoor poolthere's plenty of ways to feel at home in this growing community. Developed by BlueSky Properties. Architecture by ZGF Cotter Architects. Interior design by BYU Design.

Nearby parks includes Holland Park, Royal Kwantlen Park and Hawthorne Rotary Park. Schools nearby are Bright Star Montessori School, Canadian Health Care Academy (CHCA), Simon Fraser University - Surrey Campus, Our Lady of Good Counsel School, Aureus University School of Medicine, Lena Shaw Elementary School, AHP Matthew Elementary, Hjorth Road Elementary School, Guildford Park Secondary School and Forsyth Road Elementary School. Grocery stores and supermarkets nearby are Daily Fresh, Queen's Grocery, Lotte Giants Market, Save-On-Foods, Fiji Shop and save, Aling Mary's Filipino Store & Bakery, Henlong Market, Lucky Supermarket, African Market, Al-Iman Middle Eastern Food Inc, 7 Days Seafood & Grocery, T&T Supermarket, Habib Market and Roshan's Big Bazaar. Walking distance to Surrey City Hall, Surrey Libraries - City Centre Library and Surrey Central Station subway station.

Official Website: ud.blueskyproperties.ca
Phone: 604.588.5795
Email: ud@blueskyproperties.ca
Sales Address: 13409 104th Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 0K1 Open Daily 12 - 5pm or by appointment
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
 

University District - North Tower Technical Info

Building Name University District - North Tower
Address 13409 104 Ave
City North Surrey
Neighborhood Whalley
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 37
Units in Development: 742
Units in Strata:742
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2023
Developer BlueSky Properties
Architect Name ZGF Architects
Architect Phone 604-558-8390
Architect Email info@zgf.com
Designer BYU Design
Official Website ud.blueskyproperti
Restrictions Details
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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