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Delta Shoppers Mall - Redevelopment

8037 120 Street


North Delta, V4C 6P7 VBSDL - Deer Lake

  • Levels: 32
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2027
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 16621

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Delta Shoppers Mall (Redevelopment) at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (Arcadis/Value Property Group). The City of Delta has approved its single largest high-density, mixed-use project along its side of the 120 Street corridor, effectively providing a new nodal anchor for the emerging North Delta City Centre.


There will be a total of 876 homes, including 643 market-ownership condominiums, 150 market-rate seniors homes, and 83 secured purpose-built rental homes a rental mix of 66 market rental units and 17 below-market rental units.

The 17 below-market rental units on an entire building floor would be gifted to the municipal government and potentially operated by Metro Vancouver Regional Districts Housing department, which could also possibly acquire the entire six-story rental housing building.

The unit size mix across all residential uses is two studios, 151 one-bedroom units, 317 one-bedroom units with a den, 263 two-bedroom units, 135 three-bedroom units, and eight townhouse units. Residents will have access to a wide range of shared amenities, including 21,000 sq ft of indoor amenity space and over 85,000 sq ft of outdoor amenity space, such as outdoor swimming pools and lounges on the base podium rooftops.

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Delta Shoppers Mall - Redevelopment Technical Info

Building Name Delta Shoppers Mall - Redevelopment
Address 8037 120 Street
City North Delta
Neighborhood Deer Lake
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 32
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2027
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Delta Shoppers Mall - Redevelopment Building & Common Area Photos

Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)
Artistic rendering of the redevelopment of Delta Shoppers Mall at 8037-8087 120 Street, Delta. (ArcadisValue Property Group)

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