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City Centre 4

9686 137th Street


Surrey, V3T 4G8 VI0015 - Downtown

Official Website: www.citycentredistrict.com/#contact Developers Website: www.larkgroup.com
  • Levels: 23
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2025
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 16608

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City Centre 4 - 9686 137 St, Surrey, BC V3T 4G8, Canada. The latest and largest phase of Surrey City Centres Health & Technology DISTRICT which currently totals over 1/2 million SF of AAA office and retail space. Existing companies include a large number of professional, health, academic and technology based organizations and professionals that are focused on innovation and BCs emerging technology economy. This rapidly growing, high-profile community is home to a network of researchers, entrepreneurs, multinational and start-up companies, and some of the most advanced digital health, wellness, technology, and clinical service organizations.

City Centre 4 is perfectly positioned in the heart of the Surrey City Centre and is located in the vibrant Health & Technology District. Immediately adjacent to one of Canadas busiest hospitals and next to the newest UBC and Simon Fraser University campuses, as well as nearby to a variety of amenities including multiple hospitality and retail outlets. The City Centre District is only minutes from King George Hub Skytrain Station and the Fraser Highway King George intersection to Langley, allowing easy access to multiple transit options.

Official Website: www.citycentredistrict.com/#contact
Phone: 604 661 0847
Email: jason.teahen@colliers.com
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City Centre 4 Technical Info

Building Name City Centre 4
Address 9686 137th Street
City Surrey
Neighborhood Downtown
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 23
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2025
Developer Lark Group
Architect Name WA Architects
Architect Phone 604.685.3529
Official Website www.citycentredistrict.co
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