Find Your New Home in an Emerging Metropolis

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A skyline-defining Central Surrey project, Park Boulevard offers a wide range of condo and townhome floorplans in an exciting location

Surrey is an emerging metropolis with a dynamic local economy. This vibrant city is transforming into one set to rival Vancouver in amenities, as well as in population growth.

With thousands of acres of parkland and green spaces, an abundance of bike lanes and trails, state-of-the-art facilities, and its close proximity to the US border, allowing for easy access for international business, it’s no wonder people want to live, work and play in Surrey.

Now they have another reason – Concord Pacific’s newest and arguably most exciting project in Surrey Central, Park Boulevard.

Perfectly situated beside King George SkyTrain Station, this stunning 43-storey tower is in the heart of Concord Pacific’s transit-integrated urban community.

“This strategic location is at the heart of the new transit hotspot for the Lower Mainland,” says Grant Murray, Senior Vice President of Sales, Concord Pacific. “With the existing SkyTrain and now the future Light Rail Transit extensions to South Surrey, Guildford and Langley coming on line, this project will have a tremendous resale advantage in the years to come.”

The award-winning developer, best known for pioneering and building large-scale urban communities across Canada, is always pushing the design envelope. Park Boulevard is no exception. Set to become an iconic landmark in the city, Park Boulevard will be Canada’s first interactive, illuminated residential tower that is activated when a train arrives at the King George SkyTrain Station – cascading up and down in a pool of sparkling lights, celebrating Surrey’s booming city centre, which already boast an impressive collection of sophisticated civic and commercial architecture.

This premier tower features a collection of 411 residences, consisting of one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums and eight street-level townhomes. Designed by DYS Architecture, the minute you walk into its striking lobby with dedicated concierge, you feel like you are in an elegant hotel.

In true Concord Pacific trademark design, Park Boulevard homes will embrace classic beauty and elegance with modern amenities. Each residence is showcased by eight-foot-eight-inch ceilings, central heating and cooling for year-round comfort, and high-quality wide plank laminate flooring throughout the main living area. Thoughtfully designed kitchens feature an integrated stainless-steel Bosch appliance package, marble tile backsplash and engineered quartz stone countertops. From seascapes to skylines, upper-floor residences will offer spectacular views.

All residents will have access to the Boulevard Spa including facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, tepidarium, steam room, sauna, hot tub and a sundeck. Other amenities include a badminton court, state-of-the-art fitness gym, sports lounge and an on-site business centre.

Nature lovers will also appreciate the green space surrounding Park Boulevard, with Holland Park and Quibble Creek as its front and back yard. The tower is conveniently situated within minutes of the Civic Plaza, City Hall, the library, Simon Fraser and Kwantlen Polytechnic Universities, and Central City Mall.

For more than three decades, Concord Pacific has been synonymous with building and designing master-planned urban communities that consistently set new standards of excellence. As Canada’s largest and trusted community builder, the award-winning developer has built many of BC’s iconic high-rise condo towers. Park Boulevard will become Concord Pacific’s next skyline-defining legacy for the city of Surrey.

Register now for your pre-sale opportunity. Concord Pacific’s Surrey Presentation Centre is located at 9908 King George Blvd., adjacent to the King George SkyTrain station. Sales start spring 2017, so register online now.

Call 604-583-9866 or visit to learn more.


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