1,000 people are moving to Surrey every month; here's why

Mar 22 2019, 1:21 am

If you’ve been thinking about relocating to a fast-paced and rapidly-evolving city, we might just have the solution for you.

Surrey is the second-largest city by population in British Columbia (after Vancouver) and offers beautiful urban forests, parks, and trails (it is often called the City of Parks due to its abundance of greenery). With the convenience of everything you need in close proximity to the core of Surrey, it’s easy to see the appeal of living there.

With approximately 1,000 new inhabitants each month calling it home, it’s safe to say that Surrey’s popularity is fast increasing with no signs of slowing down. Let’s take a look at the reasons why:

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Canada’s 3rd fastest growing city


Surrey is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada — the third fastest in Canada, to be exact. It is expected to become BC’s largest city by 2041, with nearly half a million people already in Surrey (and the number is only increasing every year).

With the increase in population comes more development. And as the city grows, businesses will come, bringing more jobs and more investment. Ultimately, the result is a more dynamic place to live, work, and play.

Close proximity

Holland Park Surrey


Big things are happening in Central Surrey. Some of the province’s top employers and post-secondary institutions are located in Surrey’s downtown core, as well as healthcare and architectural innovation, recreation, and culture.

With so much available just steps from you, you may even find that your own two feet are the only mode of transportation you need. (But TransLink is always nearby, with more lines into the city planned for coming years.)

Picture all your favourite cafes, grocery stores, community centres, parks, and more, just walking distance from you. It’s for that reason that people are increasingly choosing to move to Surrey.

The great outdoors

Bolivar Park, Surrey

If you’re a park person (and who isn’t in BC?), this is the city for you. Whether you’re going for a leisurely hike, a daily run, or even just a picnic on the weekend with your friends, you can find something to your liking at one of Surrey’s parks. Head out to Redwood Park, Tynehead Park, or Green Urban Timbers Forest for your fill of green scenery.

Surrey also has plenty of parks that are great for kids and young families, as well as a number of dog-friendly parks.

Smart, stylish living

At One Central in Surrey’s City Centre, you could soon be living in the heart of a vibrant urban community. Picture this: Within seconds, you can be at your desk at the office or at school, at a table at your favourite restaurant, or under a tree at the park. You will be surrounded by a thriving, energetic community that meets your needs, no matter what they are.

Here’s what you can expect: A spacious living area for gathering with friends, contemporary aesthetic kitchens with an open concept design, and multifunctional spaces allowing you to adapt your space to suit your lifestyle needs.

With only 15% deposit required and over 100 two and three-bedroom homes under $599,900, these versatile homes offer value you won’t find anywhere else in Metro Vancouver. This is a new way of living.

As a resident of One Central, you will have access to amenities such as rooftop lounges (indoor and outdoor), fitness centre and yoga studio, games room, a business and learning centre, and private meeting rooms.

Register to purchase your new home today at Central Surrey’s best value — you won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to be living in Surrey’s tallest residential tower in the heart of one of the fastest growing cities in Canada.

Visit the One Central sales centre located at 10522 King George Boulevard, open Saturday to Thursday from 12 pm till 5 pm, or by private appointment.

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