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Concord Pacific’s Park Boulevard
The Next Level
May 17, 2017
Concord Pacific is upping the ante with its latest development at Park Place in Surrey, Park Boulevard. Standing 41-storeys tall, Canada’s first interactive illuminated residential tower is set to become a striking feature on Surrey’s skyline.
Park Boulevard’s programmable exterior lighting (which may be set to coincide with the arrival of SkyTrains at neighbouring King George station) will be incorporated into the building exterior and carefully positioned so it won’t intrude into homes.
Nothing has been spared in Park Boulevard’s finishes, features, and amenities. Tasteful kitchens showcase European appliances, wood-grain laminate cabinetry, and custom-designed drawer organizers.
The building’s Boulevard Spa has a pool, tepidarium, steam room, sauna, hot tub, experience shower, and sundeck. Residents will enjoy cooling off in their air-conditioned homes after a workout on the badminton court or in the fitness centre.
Since prices are much lower in Surrey than in Vancouver—in the $700-per-square-foot range in Surrey versus $1600-$1800 and up in Vancouver—the floorplans at Park Boulevard are large (no suite is smaller than 529 square-foot), while the homes remain surprisingly affordable.
Grant Murray, Concord Pacific’s Senior Vice President of Sales, expects interest from a wide variety of homebuyers. “The low prices will appeal to first-time homebuyers,” he says, “We have great options in the $300,000 to $350,000 range.”
Families have options at Park Boulevard too: three-bedroom homes range from 1000 to 1300 sq. ft., and townhomes are very spacious at 1500 sq. ft., with direct-access parking.
“Downsizers can live closer to children who own homes in the Fraser Valley,” he continues. “We have a real winner on our hands with this project, and I’m very excited about the high quality and great potential investment value.”
Park Boulevard is prepared for the ever-increasing number of EV cars on the road with charging stations in 25 per cent of its parking stalls and the potential for an increased amount if demand is high. Residents who choose not to drive will enjoy Park Boulevard’s proximity to King George SkyTrain station, and the future hub for Surrey’s planned LRT lines. Less time travelling means more time enjoying life and the company of loved ones, especially for downsizers trading in single-family homes to enjoy early retirement.
Park Boulevard’s suite reservations have been met with much interest, and sales are expected to begin shortly this spring. For more information, or to register, visit www.parkboulevardliving.com