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Aldergrove Town Centre

3100 272 Street


Langley, V4W 3N7 F66 - Aldergrove Langley

Official Website: atcliving.com Marketers Website: fifthave.ca Developers Website: www.jandagroup.ca
  • Levels: 6
  • Suites: 456
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2025
  • Building Type: Strata Condos
  • Bldg#: 16106

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Aldergrove Town Centre at 3100 272 St, Langley, BC V4W 3N7, Canada. Located at corner Fraser Highway and 272 Street in the neighbourhood of Aldergrove-Langley. Aldergrove Town Centre is a new condo development by Janda Group. Aldergrove Town Centre will offer 456 condominiums throughout 2- to 12- storey buildings. However, the first phase will only offer  194 studio, one, two, and three bedroom condominiums throughout 3 buildings, which will range in size from  456 to 1,121 square feet. The exciting development will also feature 27,550 square feet of commercial space from restaurants to a daycare space and 13,691 square feet of amenity space. Enjoy all the amenities that will include co-working spaces, shared rooftop garden, seating areas, barbeque station, kids play area, and garden beds. Steps from a community centre with arena & water park; Short walk to Aldergrove Credit Union Community Centre; Short drive to Twilight Drive-in Theatre, Willow Creek Equestrian Centre & Abbotsford International Airport; Quick access to Lynden & USA border crossing.

 

Sales Centre: fifthave.ca
Official Website: atcliving.com
Email: info@atcliving.com
Sales Address: 27309 Fraser Hwy, Aldergrove, BC
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Condos
 

Aldergrove Town Centre Technical Info

Building Name Aldergrove Town Centre
Address 3100 272 Street
City Langley
Neighborhood Aldergrove Langley
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 6
Units in Strata:456
Sub Categories:Strata Condos
Year Built 2025
Developer Janda Group
Official Website atcliving.com/
Restrictions Details
Contingency Fund $ $456 as of (January 2011)
  

Aldergrove Town Centre Building & Common Area Photos

Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group
Aldergrove Town Centre - 3100 272 St - Development by Janda Group

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