General Contractor: Ledcor

Address: 13615 Fraser Highway, Surrey

Project Details: 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 future rapid transit lines and stations, 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 hub 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. The neighbourhood and transit area will enjoy increased public safety due to the additional people and eyes on the street. 

PMP won a VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for Phase A.

Phase B reached substantial completion in 2021 with a total of 738 homes, a 15-storey office tower, and 100,000 square feet of high quality retail along a vibrant pedestrian High Street. Residents will enjoy over 20,000 square feet of private indoor and outdoor amenity space along with direct access to rapid transit and Holland Park across the street.

Phase C reached substantial completion in 2021 and will be home to 371 new rental suites with retail at ground level. This rental tower not only completes the east side of the Coast Capital Savings public plaza but, it will also encompass approximately 11,000 SF of interior amenities, including dining lounges, fitness facility, games room, theatre, and a rooftop kitchen.

Phase D is under construction and  will encompass Plaza One and Plaza Two to add 886 new homes to King George Hub’s vibrant, mixed-use community and will prominently feature a landscaped plaza that connects directly to King George Hub’s High Street, seating areas, cafes, shopping, and of course, superior transit options that King George Hub is famous for.