Retail Leasing Opportunities

Overview

Central City Shopping Centre, Surrey, British Columbia

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  • Property AddressCentral City Shopping Centre, 10153 King George Boulevard, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
  • TypeRetail

Central City

Central City Shopping Centre, 10153 King George Boulevard, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Description

Spanning two blocks from 100 Avenue to 102 Avenue and combining 140 retail stores, restaurants and services, the shopping centre is anchored by Bed Bath & Beyond, T&T Supermarket, Winners, Shoppers Drug Mart, The Brick, Best Buy, Walmart, Canadian Passport Office, and Club 16 Trevor Linden Fitness/She’s Fit!. The shopping centre has been BOMA BEST Bronze certified recognizing excellence in building management.

Located in the centre of Surrey, the fastest growing city in BC, Central City is an award-winning mixed-use development combining retail, office, and a 350,000 square foot Simon Fraser University Campus with over 8,000 students onsite. With immediate access to SkyTrain and thousands of free parking stalls, Central City is a hassle-free environment to shop, work, and learn.

Leasing Availability

1,000 to 2,000+ square foot units are available for immediate occupancy for the shopping centre for strong national and regional tenants. For more information on this property, please contact Bill Rempel, Vice President, BC Region at 604.587.7761.

www.centralcity.ca 

Shopping Centre

Located in the Core of the Fastest Growing City in BC

Surrounding Central City, there are numerous building projects recently completed or underway. Surrey’s new 77,000 SF City Centre Library, the new Surrey City Hall, expansion of Surrey Memorial Hospital, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre, and the new RCMP Headquarters (housing over 2,700 members and support personnel) were completed in recent years.  Across the street from Central City at 3 Civic Plaza is the new Civic Hotel and Kwantlen Polytechnic University campus.  The area directly northwest of Central City’s office Plaza will be home to new facilities for SFU to compliment the campus currently located in Central City. Overall, these projects will accelerate the urbanization of Surrey City Centre which will be complemented by numerous residential, commercial, office and mixed-use buildings under various stages of development within blocks of Central City.

  • Blackwood Partners