Wave: Affordable, Adaptable Living in Surrey's City Centre

Wave, the latest Rize Alliance development, looks to provide an interesting new living experience for first-time homeowners and young professionals.

On top of having an interesting and innovative new marketing campaign, Rize Alliance’s Wave development in the burgeoning downtown Surrey area looks ready to impress. Set to be located on 133rd Street at 104 Avenue, the project consists of two concrete and steel towers, literally taking on a wave shape. The development offers 500 residences with suites ranging from one bedroom to two bedrooms plus a den, with suites ranging from 522 square feet to over 1,000; some sample floor plans can be seen at the end of this article. In addition, 18 townhome-style residences will be produced. One bedroom suites will start from $179.900, while two bedrooms will begin at $199,900. Given the real estate market these days, and some of the prices of other nearby developments in Surrey, Wave appears ready to target prospective homeowners looking for their first place.

The suites will include stainless steel appliances and granite counters, creating a modern aesthetic sure to please  Each space has an interesting design, containing walls that move, stack and fold, allowing a lot of versatility in creating the space you want and the flexibility to change things up whenever you want to spice up your suite. These changing room configurations are only one intriguing aspect of the development. Another welcomed feature is the patio designs, which look absolutely gorgeous. Both spacious and conforming to the wave theme, they appear to be a highlight that will likely be the icing on the cake for those interested in investing in the property.

In addition to being located close to some great amenities, including a recreation centre, library, shopping mall and two SkyTrain stations, Wave is set to have features that include a rooftop patio, gym, media room, dog wash space, bike repair area and more. With construction starting in October of this year, and occupancy scheduled for early 2015, Wave is looking to be another hot development that will continue to shape the revitalization of Whalley as it transforms into Surrey’s hottest destination.

While targeted at first-time homeowners, investors and parents purchasing a home for their adult children, Wave has an appeal that will extend to many groups of buyers beyond this. If interested in learning even more about the development, a sales centre will be opening soon at 10375 133rd Street in Surrey, mere blocks away from Central City and the Surrey Central Skytrain Station. You can also find out more at www.waveliving.ca before sales launch near the end of May.