Park George 1 - 13768 100 Avenue, North Surrey, BC V3T 5X7, Canada. Strata plan number EPP82682. Crossroads are 100 Avenue and Whalley Boulevard. This developement is 36 storeys with 339 units. Estimated completion in 2022. Developed by Concord Pacific. Architecture by DYS Architecture. Interior design by LIV Interiors.
Nearby parks are Holland Park, A.H.P. Matthew Park, and Hawthorne Park. Walking distance to Simon Fraser University Surrey, Sprott Shaw College, Alliance Career College, MTI Community College - Surrey, King George International College, Douglas College and Surrey Training Centre. Other schools nearby are Lena Shaw Elementary, Bright Star Montessori School, Stenberg College, Kwantlen Park Secondary School, K B Woodward Elementary, Canadian Tourism College, Old Yale Road Elementary, Queen Elizabeth Secondary School, and Queen Elizabeth Continuing Education. Grocery stores and supermarkets nearby are T & T Supermarket Inc, Habib Market, Save-On-Foods, Fiji Shop and save, Express Convenience Store, Sabzi Mandi Supermarket, Quest Food Exchange, Al-Hana Arabic Grocery Store, and Kingswood Grocery, Aling Mary's Filipino Store Video Rental Fast Food Ltd. Walking distance to the bus stop, King George Station, Central City Shopping Centre, and Surrey Hospital & Outpatient Centre Foundation. Short drive to Surrey Central Station, North Surrey Recreation Centre, Surrey City Hall, and Surrey Libraries.
Other building in complex: Park George 2 - 13778 100 Ave
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|Units in Development: ||339|
|Units in Strata:||676|
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