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72 Crossroads

19220 72nd Street


Langley, V4N 1N2 F43 - Clayton

Official Website: www.72crossroads.com
  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 21
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2024
  • Building Type: Strata Condos
  • Bldg#: 16362

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72nd Crossroads - 19220 72 Ave, Surrey, BC V4N 1N2 Canada. Situated at 72n Avenue and 192 Street in the neighbourhood of Clayton. The new condo is development by Young Earth Developments and to be completion in 2024. Comprise of 21 exquisite condominums 3-storey, mixed-use concrete lowrise. A mixed-use development of 10 ground floor commercial retail units, 13 mid-level office spaces, and 21 top floor condominiums. This 3-storey concrete building is built over one level of underground parking, with an additional 27 surface parking stalls. A rooftop amenity for residents includes a lounge, a games room, and an adjacent terrace with an exercise area, community garden planters, and an open-air dining space. Enjoy your shopping needs just a short drive away along the 200 Street corridor where youll find Willowbrook Shopping Centre, Langley Centre, Costco, and Walmart. For connections to other points in the Lower Mainland, Highway 1 is only 8 minutes away. Amenities and services within walking distance.

Official Website: www.72crossroads.com
Phone: 604-720-7478
Email: info@72crossroads.com
Sales Address: 19220 72 Avenue, Surrey BC
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Condos
 

72 Crossroads Technical Info

Building Name 72 Crossroads
Address 19220 72nd Street
City Langley
Neighborhood Clayton
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 21
Units in Strata: 21
Sub Categories:Strata Condos
Year Built 2024
Developer Young Earth Developments
Architect NameBarnett Dembek Archi
Architect Phone (604) 597-7100
Designer Kash Design Ltd
Official Website www.72crossroads.com
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72 Crossroads Building & Common Area Photos

72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments
72 Crossroads - 19220 72nd Street - by Young Earth Developments

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