District Northwest Life Happens Here - Cover Story
November 28, 2021
It’s an old adage and still a true one: smart real estate is all about three things — location, location, location. And a spectacular location in the epicentre of Surrey’s emerging new downtown is exactly what’s driving a growing buzz of excitement around District Northwest from Thind Properties.
Visionary by Design
“Surrey is such a progressive, urban hub,” says Thind’s vice-president of marketing, Bonnie Leung with an irresistible enthusiasm. “And this neighbourhood truly represents the best the City has to offer. Everything you could want is within walking distance — great restaurants including a marvellous brew pub, high-end retail at Surrey Central City Mall and the many independent boutiques nearby, plus a popular recreation centre and state-of-the-art library.”
Ready to talk life-long learning? At District Northwest you’re surrounded by opportunities. From elementary schools to the well-established SFU campus and a just announced $70-million UBC campus, challenging your mental prowess at any age is just steps from your front door.
Long known as the City of Parks, many of Surrey’s finest are nearby. How about these three hints: Holland Park, where you’ll discover spontaneous musical celebrations and planned events that attract performers from around the world; Green Timbers Urban Forest with its lake and trails; or Bear Creek Park that’s always a favourite for its themed gardens and miniature railway.
Fun facts for sports fans: the BC Lions’ training ground is just across the street at the famous Whalley Fields where you’ll also find plenty of baseball tournaments.
Still, it’s District Northwest’s transit connection that Bonnie says is creating “a super-high energy” throughout the Thind office. “SkyTrain’s Expo Line curves between the two towers, meaning you’re a short walk to your choice of the Gateway or Civic Centre stations,” she explains, adding this amazing convenience is woven into the very fabric of District Northwest’s essence.
Façades incorporate an eye-catching yellow and black to create a sense of movement and pay homage to Transit’s signature yellow and blue palette. It’s a lively celebration of contemporary, sustainable living.
Best of all, thanks to its location just west of King George Blvd., homeowners will have access to all of these lifestyle amenities and still enjoy a sense of being away from the hustle and bustle. In other words, it’s the best of all worlds.
District Northwest will be located at University Drive and 105th Avenue in Surrey. Sales begin soon for the 45-storey west tower that offers 610 homes ranging from studio to three-bedrooms. The sales centre is open by appointment at 10229 King George Blvd. For more information and to book your private visit, visit thind.ca/districtnw.
Developer: Thind Properties
Home Type: Highrise
Sales Centre: 10229 King George Blvd.