Location

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This is the
new Surrey

If you’ve been to Central Surrey lately, you’ve seen for yourself: big things are happening here. Some of the province’s top employers and most celebrated post-secondary institutions are here. Healthcare innovation and architectural innovation, recreation and culture – it’s all happening in Surrey’s downtown core. And at One Central, it’s right outside your front door.

1,000

People

Move to Surrey
Each Month

$12

Billion

Spent on New Construction
in Surrey in Last Decade

Surrey Is
Canada’s 3rd
Fastest Growing
City

Surrey is growing fast — in fact, it’s expected to become bc’s largest city by 2041. Between 2011 and 2016, the population grew 10. 6%. And with more people come more businesses, more jobs, more investments — and ultimately a more dynamic place to live, work and play.

$2.6

Billion

Proposed Investment In Public Transit

$25

Million

Invested In Surrey Central Station Upgrade

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great-transit

Great Cities Mean Great Transit

With so much within steps of your front door, you might find your feet are the only mode of transportation you need. But when you’re called away from Central Surrey, you can get there quickly and easily with TransLink. At one central, you’ll be able to see the incoming Skytrain from your front door — and still make it in time.

87

Transit
score

98

Bike
score

80

Walk
score

Walk Everywhere

  • 1 min to SFU SE3P building
  • 2 mins to Surrey Central City Library
  • 3 mins to SFU Surrey Campus
  • 3 mins to Innovation Boulevard
  • 3 mins to North Surrey Recreation Centre
  • 5 mins to Holland Park
  • 4 mins to cafés (Starbucks, Prado, Blenz)
  • 5 mins to pharmacies (London Drugs, Shoppers Drug Mart)
  • 5 mins to grocery stores (Safeway, T&T, Save On Foods)

The Heart of a Vibrant Urban Community

1

Surrey Library

2

Simon Fraser University - Surrey Campus

3

FinancialCAD Corporation

4

SFU Sustainable Energy Engineering Building (SE3P)

5

Best Buy

6

Surrey City Hall

7

North Surrey Recreation Centre

8

Innovation Boulevard

9

Fraser Health Authority

10

Central City Shopping Centre

11

Shoppers Drug Mart

12

Starbucks

13

T&T Supermarket

14

Scotiabank

15

RBC

16

Safeway

17

Old Yale Road Elementary

18

Kwantlen Park Secondary

19

Surrey Fire Service Hall

One Central
1
Surrey Library
2
Simon Fraser University - Surrey Campus
3
FinancialCAD Corporation
4
SFU Sustainable Energy Engineering Building (SE3P)
5
Best Buy
6
Surrey City Hall
7
North Surrey Recreation Centre
8
Innovation Boulevard
9
Fraser Health Authority
10
Central City Shopping Centre
11
Shoppers Drug Mart
12
Starbucks
13
T&T Supermarket
14
Scotiabank
15
RBC
16
Safeway
17
Old Yale Road Elementary
18
Kwantlen Park Secondary
19
Surrey Fire Service Hall
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Surrey at
work

Innovation Boulevard is “the catalyst for health tech,” headquartered in central Surrey. A collaboration between the City of Surrey, Simon Fraser University, and Fraser Health Authority, Innovation Boulevard fosters innovation and creates economic and social value for the people of Surrey.

10.6%

Population Growth
Between 2011-2016

16,800+

Active Businesses

“Surrey Has Innovation Built Into Their Dna. ”

Louise Turner,
Ceo Innovation Boulevard

Surrey at
school

What do three post-secondary institutions within a single square mile do for a neighbourhood? Infuse it with a youthful, energetic spirit, for one. The Surrey central campuses of Simon Fraser University, Kwantlen Polytechnic University and the University of British Columbia are also major contributors to the area’s economy. And they’re all an easy walk from One Central.

8,000+

SFU Students

$126

Million

Investment In SFU’s
New Se3p Building

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