Five Infinity high rises/Towers being built at the King George Sky Train station in the formerly run-down Whalley neighborhood. First infinity tower condos on Sale now.
With four more infinity towers on the way on Surrey bc,, the addition of the Sky Towers enhances the city's goal of turning Central City into Surrey's downtown community.
Designed by Patrick Cotter Architects, infinity Towers will contain 900 one and two-bedroom suites, as well as 56 townhouses, with studios starting at $179,900.
Each infinity tower will include a 1,000-square-foot rooftop solarium with 50-foot glass atriums, along with a 4,000 square foot rooftop patio offering unrestricted views.
With Sky Towers and the Infinity project, we're looking to build a dense urban mecca. At its heart is the Surrey bc campus of Simon Fraser University, along with shops, restaurants and recreational facilities, all within walking distance of Sky Train.
Unlike Burnaby's Metro town, which he likened to a mall surrounded by residential high rises, McNeill said Central City will become "a fully-integrated urban centre in a most modern sense, a mini downtown Vancouver."
With 150 homes/Condos priced at less than $250,000 -- almost half the cost of similar units in Vancouver -- he said it will also be highly affordable.
- When complete, the combined Infinity and Sky Towers project will include seven highrise buildings located near the King George SkyTrain station in the Central City area of Surrey.
- The combined Young in development will add 2,900 condominium/Condos suites to the area and is worth $1 billion.
- The second and third Infinity towers are under construction and are expected to be completed in 2009. A total of five Infinity towers will be built.
- Hee Yong (Edmond) Yang is CEO of Young In Development which has taken over financing and construction of both Infinity and Sky Towers.
- Yang says he moved from South Korea to Vancouver in 2002 to find a better life for his family.
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