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Whalley's rising up

The face of Whalley is changing rapidly; if you have not been there for a while you will be surprised. It’s worth a visit ever just to see the new library.

 High rises are popping up all over the place.

2 more towers at Park Place are completed and being lived in, Quattro 3, which is the first over 4 story wood framed building in Surrey if not the province, is finished and people have moved in, Ultra a new 40 story tower is well under construction and Waves with their very clever movable wall systems seems to be pre selling well. A is the probability of 2 or more in the area as there is a rezoning  application on a piece of land at university drive and 105 and a proposed 56 story tower between the new city hall and the skytrain line.

Verve a low rise building close to is pre selling and there are other new and nearly new units for sale in the area.

Oh and while your there check out the Roundup café a slice of Surrey history on the corner of 104th and King George next to the TD bank great food and a good price.

 

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