King George Hub at the Stations – Availability, Plans, Prices

At a Glance

  • located next to King George Skytrain station
  • 39-storey mixed-use building
  • 434 x 1- & 2-bedroom condominiums
  • more than 25,000 sq ft of amenity space
  • part of master planned community
  • local shopping, service, dining
  • large public plaza
  • Holland Park across the street

Aerial perspective of King George Hub presale condos by PCI Developments.

A Hub of Activity
King George Hub is a landmark, mixed-use development that will further transform the rapidly evolving downtown core of Surrey – British Columbia’s second largest city. Directly adjacent to the Expo Line’s King George Station and two proposed light rail train stations connecting to Newton and Langley City Centre, King George Hub will provide over 760,000 sq ft of LEED Gold, transit-oriented office and retail space in multiple phases, as well as approximately 1.2 million sq ft of residential space. At the connection point of up to three rapid transit lines, the Hub at King George Station will become a vibrant focal point of pedestrian activity supported by walkable retail and services, plentiful offices, a growing population of nearby residents, and public gathering spaces for the local community.

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Phase B of King George Hub is a mixed-use development featuring two residential towers with a total of 735 homes, a 140,000 sq ft office tower, and a 100,000 sq ft podium of vibrant retail along a pedestrian High Street, public art, and plaza space. Launching this fall for pre-sales, the first tower will be 39 storeys with 434 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom homes. Residents will enjoy over 20,000 square feet of private indoor and outdoor amenity space, along with direct access to transit and Holland Park across the street.

Pricing for King George Hub
Homes from $299,900. Sign up to our VIP list above for priority updates.

Floor Plans for King George Hub
Living room design concept for King George Hub at the Stations by BYU Design.
The unit mix for King George Hub at the Stations will be as follows:

  • 266 x 1-bedrooms from 429 – 513 sq ft
  • 15 x junior 2-bedrooms from 622 – 766 sq ft
  • 153 x 2-bedrooms from 784 – 820 sq ft

As this property is part of a transit-oriented, complete community, sales are expected to be brisk. Contact me today to consider availability, plans, and pricing.

King George Hub Interiors
BYU Design's concept for the kitchen at Surrey's King George Hub at the Stations.
The homes at King George Hub boast integrated fridges and dishwashers, induction cook tops, tiled shower bases in the 2-bedroom en suites, quartz countertops, wood-look porcelain tile on the bathroom feature walls, and laminate hardwood flooring throughout.

Amenities at King George Hub
King George Hub will offer 8,393 sq ft of indoor and 20,082 sq ft of outdoor amenity space on the second floor. Indoor amenities will include a large games room and two lounges with banquette seating, bar top and two distinct seating areas; a theatre room; a private dining room for up to 10 people with cooktop and full-sized fridge; a social lounge with large seating area and fireplace; and a large fitness centre and yoga studio. The outdoor amenity area will consist of outdoor seating, a barbecue area, and an outdoor childrens play area.

Parking and Storage
The King George Hub development will have a three-level underground, inter-connected parkade to provide commercial, residential, and retail vehicle and bicycle parking for all five of its blocks.

Maintenance Fees at King George Hub

Developer Team for King George Hub
PCI is a Vancouver-based developer of complete urban communities: Marine Gateway on Cambie and Marine Drive, Crossroads at Cambie and Broadway, 858 Beatty in Yaletown, Infinity in Downtown Vancouver, 388 Kaslo in Hastings Sunrise, 565 Great Northern Way and now King George HUB in Surrey City Centre. Guided by core values of integrity, discipline, vision and innovation for the past 35 years, PCI continues to change and re-energize every neighbourhood with their body of work.

Founded in 1965, Vancouver-based Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership has grown to become one of British Columbia’s most respected architectural practices with over 60 staff. The firm’s approach as a team player combines a strong design orientation with a depth of solid expertise in programming, master-planning, interior design, functional planning, construction methods, cost control, local code requirements, contract administration, sustainable building, integration of technology, and various methods of project delivery.

BYU Design has been chosen to bring life to the interiors of King George Hub at the Stations. Vancouver-based BYU Design was founded in 2003. They have earned a reputation as one of the most trusted, accomplished, and inspired design firms in the city. BYU Design adapts their work to the unique needs of every client, and translates the initial vision into an optimal end-user experience.

Expected Completion for King George Hub
Sales start October 21, 2017. Completion is expected in 2021.


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