At a Glance
- located at King George Boulevard & 98A Avenue
- four-tower mixed-use complex
- 818 market condominiums & 204 rental apartments
- 190,000 sq ft of office space
- over 56,000 sq ft of indoor & outdoor amenities
- 4,100 sq ft childcare centre
- directly opposite King George SkyTrain Station
- beside Holland Park
- 50m from King George Station
Century Group Plans 4-Tower Holland Park Development in Surrey
Century Group is proposing to develop a 3-acre site adjacent to Holland Park, and directly opposite King George Station, into a master-planned, mixed-use, transit-oriented community in Surrey City Centre. Dubbed Holland Parkside, the plan by ZGF Cotter Architects calls for a 42-storey condominium tower in the site’s southwest corner, a 36-storey condominium tower in the site’s northwest corner, a 10-storey office building on King George Boulevard at the northeast corner, and a 19-storey market rental apartment building at the southeast corner.
A mixed-use podium will provide an active retail-commercial frontage directly across from the SkyTrain station. Its roof will feature a richly-landscaped central courtyard with public and semi-private spaces designed around the theme of food and urban agriculture. With Holland Parkside, Century Group aims to provide housing diversity, stimulate employment, and create a unique blend of interconnected commercial, amenity, and residential spaces.
Floor Plans for Holland Parkside
Of the site’s four buildings, Holland Parkside is proposing 42-storey and 36-storey market condominum towers with 10 ground level townhomes of 1,195 sq ft in between. The 808 condos range from 398-sq-ft studios to 2-bedroom + den homes up to 926 sq ft with the following unit mix:
- 19 x studios
- 218 x 1-bedroom from 441 – 560 sq ft
- 256 x 1-bedroom + den from 517 – 614 sq ft
- 215 x 2-bedroom from 689 – 850 sq ft
- 100 x 2-bedroom + den from 818 – 926 sq ft
- 10 x 2-bedroom + den townhouses
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Amenities at Holland Parkside
The majority of indoor amenity spaces for each of the towers is organized around the courtyard. These include a fitness centre at the base of the office building, communal kitchens and social gathering spaces in the three residential towers, a games room within the rental tower, a co-working space above a market hall, and bicycle workshops within the market residential towers. In addition, there will be a workshop and a bike repair shop at the P1 Mezzanine level and study lounges on the second level of each market residential tower.
Holland Parkside’s four buildings are oriented around a central courtyard on top of the development’s podium. The courtyard features a central green that serves as an outdoor flex space, an orchard, a greenhouse, an edible garden, and eating & seating areas adjacent to the communal kitchens, and a children’s playground for exclusive use of the daycare.
Parking and Storage
Paking will be provided in four underground levels for 1,241 vehicles, of which 858 stalls are for market residential, 51 visitor, 41 restaurant, 36 retail, 22 daycare, 233 office, 21 accessible, and 13 carshare. Secure storage will be available for 1,226 residential and 38 non-residential bicycles. There will also be 6 loading bays, mostly for office and retail tenants, and short-term visitor racks for 24 bicycles. To encourage cycling, Holland Parkside will offer extensive bike workshop and end-of-trip facilities.
Maintenance Fees at Holland Parkside
Developer Team for Holland Parkside
Century Group is a family-owned, mixed-use real estate development company committed to building sustainable communities that define neighbourhoods. Each project is built with the aim of reduced energy use and creating communities with walkable streets, where people live, shop and work.
Century Group has chosen ZGF Cotter Architects to design Holland Parkside. ZGF’s design philosophy is centred on the premise that design excellence should be reflected in each and every aspect of a building—its fit with the community, its function and relationship to its users, its building systems, and its cost. The firm’s design portfolio is intentionally diverse, ranging from transportation terminals, commercial office and mixed-use developments to corporate campuses, healthcare and research buildings, academic facilities, libraries, and museums. In addition to receiving more than 770 local, regional, and national design awards, ZGF was honoured with the American Institute of Architects’ highest honour, the Architecture Firm Award, recognized for “creatively transforming client needs and aspirations into elegant, inventive architectural form, and establishing a standard of excellence and expectation of quality to which other firms aspire.”
Expected Completion for Holland Parkside