11 Tall buildings outside the City of Vancouver

Dec 19 2017, 11:38 am

Though the City of Vancouver boasts some very tall buildings (some may say not tall enough thanks to the city’s viewcone restrictions), the surrounding suburbs also are home to some enviable towers.

The future of skyscrapers looks particularly promising for Burnaby and Surrey. Both suburbs are in the process of building the tallest towers within their respective boarders.

See Also: Vancouver being ranked as number 9 in the world for the most number of high-rises.

Check out these notable buildings and crane your neck the next time you’re in Burnaby, Surrey or New Westminster.

11 Very Tall Buildings Outside of Vancouver

By Vancity Buzz

Though the City of Vancouver boasts some very tall buildings (some of the tallest in the country in fact!), surrounding cities also are home to some enviable skyscrapers.

  • Central City Building – Surrey

    By Vancity Buzz

    The Central City Building in Surrey spans 26 floors and 119m. It is home to a Skytrain station, multiple business and Simon Fraser University.

  • Metrotower II – Burnaby

    By Vancity Buzz

    The Metrotower II is above Metropolis at Metrotown and boasts 30 floors that reache a total of 111m. It has direct access to SkyTrain and is above the 400 shops at Metrotown.

  • Chancellor Building – Burnaby

    By Vancity Buzz

    Located across from Metropolis at Metrotown, the Chancellor building has 37 floors and spans 110m. It’s also home to the best views of Deer Lake and the North Shore mountains.

  • Infinity Building – Surrey

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    Infinity is the 1st of 5 towers at Central City. Rising 36 floors from Central City, Infinity’s views are unmatched. It’s located beside the King George Skytrain Station & stands at 106m.

  • Centrepointe Building – Burnaby

    By Vancity Buzz

    Reaching 105m, this development in Metrotown area features a 35-storey condo highrise as well as some concrete town homes. 

  • Marinus @ Plaza 88 – New Westminster

    By Vancity Buzz

    Located in Downtown New Westminster, Marinus is only steps to New Westminster Skytrain Station, Plaza 88, Douglas College & New Westminster Quay. It has 36 floors and peaks at 104m.

  • Metrotower I – Burnaby

    By Vancity Buzz

    Like the Metrotower II, Metrotower I offers similar amenities yet only has 28 floors but reaches a still impressive 104m.

  • Ultra Building – Surrey

    By Vancity Buzz

    Located in Surrey Central, the Ultra Building with 36 floors and a 102m will be just steps away from the new City Hall, Library, SFU Campus, Central SkyTrain Station and more.

  • Reflections Building – Burnaby

    By Vancity Buzz

    Reflections is a collection of high-rise residences within an exciting, sleek tower with 33 floors, located in the Edmonds neighbourhood of South Burnaby. The tower reaches 100m.

  • Grand Corniche I – Burnaby

    By Vancity Buzz

    Located on McKay Avenue and Central Blvd this building has 27 floors and reaches 96m.

  • Viceroy – New Westminster

    By Vancity Buzz

    Viceroy is a beautiful residential tower that has 26 floors and spans 86m.

  1. Central City Building: 10153 King George Blvd, Surrey
  2. Metrotower II: 604-4720 Kingsway, Burnaby
  3. Chancellor Building: 4880 Bennett St, Burnaby
  4. Infinity Building: 13618 100 Ave, Surrey
  5. Centrepointe Building: 4808 Hazel St, Burnaby
  6. Marinus @ Plaza 88: 898 Carnarvon Street, New Westminster
  7. Metrotower I: 604-4720 Kingsway, Burnaby
  8. Ultra Building: 13325 102 A Ave, Surrey
  9. Reflections Building: 7090 Edmonds St, Burnaby
  10. Grand Corniche I: 6240 Mckay Ave, Burnaby
  11. Viceroy: 608 Belmont St, New Westminster

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