A new wave of urban living

Welcoming, progressive & energetic - Surrey City Centre is the commercial, cultural and social hub of the city, where urban development combines with scenic parkland to create a vibrant downtown core with world-class amenities. Anchored by a new Civic Centre project, which includes a flagship library, community plaza, City Hall, performing arts centre shopping and entertainment, the area is also home to Simon Fraser University, easy transit access, recreation facilities and Holland Park, a large-scale urban park.

  • Over a 1,000 new residents move to Surrey each month
  • Surrey is the second largest city in BC, and is on track to be larger than Vancouver within 10 years
  • Along with urban growth, 1/3 of Surrey is designated greenspace
  • At over 600 hectares, City Centre is the gateway to the city and includes 45 hectares of parkland
  • City Centre is the transit hub of Surrey with Skytrain access and multiple bus routes
  • Surrey observed five consecutive years of record-breaking construction value, exceeding $5 billion in total activity over the five years
  • Surrey is a diverse community with 43% of residents having a mother tongue language other than English






 

Welcoming, progressive & energetic – Surrey City Centre is the commercial, cultural and social hub of the city, where urban development combines with scenic parkland to create a vibrant downtown core with world-class amenities. Anchored by a new Civic Centre project, which includes a flagship library, community plaza, City Hall, performing arts centre shopping and entertainment, the area is also home to Simon Fraser University, easy transit access, recreation facilities and Holland Park, a large-scale urban park.

Quick Facts

  • At over 600 hectares, City Centre is the gateway to the city and includes 45 hectares of parkland
  • City Centre is the transit hub of Surrey with skytrain access and multiple bus routes
  • With a population of 460,000, Surrey is the 2nd largest city in B.C. and the 12th largest in Canada
  • Surrey’s growth rate averages nearly 10,000 new residents every year
  • City Centre has a population of 28,000 people, and a labour force of 17,500
  • City Centre will be home to 65,000 people by 2031
  • Surrey observed five consecutive years of record-breaking construction value, exceeding $5 billion in total activity over the five years
  • Surrey is a diverse community with 43% of residents having a mother tongue language other than English