The Boroughs is a unified neighbourhood within sought-after Grandview Heights in South Surrey and has three distinct phases for a cosy community feel.

The Boroughs is a unified neighbourhood within sought-after Grandview Heights in South Surrey and has three distinct phases for a cosy community feel.

6 ways The Boroughs is welcoming you home!

A cosy new community with room to grow, and opportunities to explore

There’s a brand new opportunity to own a home in South Surrey!

  1. Tight-knit with lots of choice: The Boroughs is a unified neighbourhood within sought-after Grandview Heights in South Surrey and has three distinct phases. The first phase features Holloway at the Boroughs with a timeless architectural beauty including front porches, arched doorways, and shutters.
  2. Homes for all life stages and lifestyles: “Holloway features two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, so there is something for everyone,” Jennifer Wilson, Director of Sales at StreetSide Developments says. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer getting into the market, a downsizer or a growing family, there’s a home to suit everyone.
  3. Plenty of perks: Holloway at The Boroughs boasts a grand amenity space featuring a multi-sport game court, theatre room, party room, lounge space, fitness centre, and an outdoor children’s play area. “There are lots of thoughtful spaces to gather with friends or meet your neighbours,” Wilson says.
  4. Intuitive design: “Most Holloway homes feature a main-floor powder room, so your guests don’t have to climb upstairs,” Wilson says. Barbecue hook-ups are just as easy, with gas outlets included on your spacious deck or patio. Inside, you’ll love the stainless steel appliances, soft close cabinets, porcelain backsplash, and quartz countertops.
  5. Live here, access anywhere: Take an evening stroll to the open-air shopping centre at Morgan Crossing and Grandview Corners, or hop on the Grandview Trail to connect with local parks. It’s a short drive to the border and just as easy to hop on the highway to Vancouver. Spend your weekends at the beach in White Rock or Crescent Beach and pick up dinner from one of the many local restaurants. You’re within walking distance to Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre or take advantage of the amenities right at home.
  6. Qualico quality: The Boroughs is brought to you by StreetSide Developments, a division of Qualico, Western Canada’s largest fully integrated, privately owned Real Estate company. “It’s Qualico’s 70th year in business, with deep roots in Western Canada. The Boroughs will be our fifth community within South Surrey, and we look forward to introducing these homes to the neighbourhood,” Wilson says.

Learn more about The Boroughs at theboroughs.ca, where you can register to be first in line for Holloway. Sales are anticipated to begin later this spring!

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Learn more about The Boroughs at theboroughs.ca, where you can register to be first in line for Holloway. Sales are anticipated to begin later this spring!

Learn more about The Boroughs at theboroughs.ca, where you can register to be first in line for Holloway. Sales are anticipated to begin later this spring!

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