KING GEORGE HUB
Phase A 2012 – 2015 | Phase B 2016 – Present
Surrey City Centre, BC
King George Hub is a landmark mixed-use development that will further transform the rapidly evolving downtown core of Surrey – British Columbia’s second largest city.
Directly adjacent to the Expo Line’s King George Station and two proposed future rapid transit lines and stations, King George Hub will provide over 760,000 sq. ft of LEED Gold, transit-oriented office and retail space in multiple phases, as well as approximately 1.2 million sq. ft. of residential space in later phases.
The first phase encompasses Coast Capital Savings Credit Union’s Help Headquarters – an iconic City Centre home for Coast Capital Savings that supports the credit union’s numerous initiatives which contribute to and make a difference in the Surrey community.
A “Cool Space and Place,” Coast Capital employees are experiencing a new concept work environment, where non-traditional, open and collaborative “we space” is the focus. As well, the first phase includes Coast Capital’s aperio-style branch, a day care, ample parking, and a fitness facility for employees. Construction commenced in late 2013 and completed in fall 2015.
Coast Capital Saving’s Help Headquarters is directly adjacent to the King George SkyTrain Station and includes an active pedestrian zone – where transit plazas, a public plaza and the Coast Capital Community Plaza come together.
At the connection point of up to three rapid transit lines, the HUB at King George Station will become a vibrant hub of pedestrian activity supported by walkable retail and services, plentiful offices, a growing population of nearby residents, and public gathering spaces for the local community. The neighbourhood and transit area will enjoy increased public safety due to the additional people and eyes on the street.
The second phase is mixed-use with residential and office towers above vibrant retail. Residents will enjoy over 20,000 square feet of private indoor and outdoor amenity space along with direct access to transit and Holland Park across the street.
The third phase is an office and retail building and the fourth phase will be residential – all connected around pedestrian-friendly plazas to the King George Skytrain Station, bus stops, and future LRT stations.
Register now for residential ownership opportunities in phase two: www.kinggeorgehub.com