Created by an award-winning team, the interiors at Plaza One feature large panoramic windows so you can soak in those stunning views!

Created by an award-winning team, the interiors at Plaza One feature large panoramic windows so you can soak in those stunning views!

Helping business, transit and community co-exist – are you ready to call this community home?

Everything you could want and need, right at your fingertips!

What happens when you don’t have to travel far to get what you need? You have more time on your hands to do what you love!

PCI’s latest transit-oriented community has taken an innovative approach to how business, transit and community can co-exist beautifully in a vibrant, mixed-use neighbourhood.

Live, work, play and shop, enjoying the effortless conveniences that come with calling King George Hub home.

With the success the team has seen with Plaza One, you don’t want the opportunity to call this vibrant community home pass you by! With the introduction of Plaza One, an impressive collection of 439 new homes, the latest opportunity to enrich your lifestyle has arrived. With the new release, the King George Hub evolution continues – and it’s your time to join!

Located on the podium level, take advantage of the family hub – it gives you and your loved ones endless ways to spend time together!

Located on the podium level, take advantage of the family hub – it gives you and your loved ones endless ways to spend time together!

A community in and of itself:

“By bringing residents everything they need in one place we’ve been able to create an all-encompassing community, which has been incredibly popular,” explains Jack Bernard, Senior Sale Director at Rennie. “With the success the team has seen with Plaza One, you don’t want the opportunity to call this vibrant community home pass you by!”

Key to King George Hub is its connectivity!

  • Transit: As an easily walkable community, your feet can take you virtually anywhere you need to go, with a variety of transit options at hand when you want to venture farther afield. The Expo Line, RapidBus Line, future Surrey-Langley Skytrain and local Translink options make getting around effortless, and with many amenities nearby, you don’t have to travel far to get what you need!
  • Retail & Office space: With thousands of onsite residents, hundreds of office workers and even more daily transit users, the retail space at King George Hub is some of the most sought-after in the city. Ranging from 1,000 to 37,000 sq. ft., their commercial space has been designed for businesses of any size or type. With tenants ranging from Coast Capital and Save-On-Foods to Rexall Drugstore and Chopped Leaf, they’re helping create a vibrant destination for shopping, entertainment and retail. And, with 160,000 sq. ft. of office space surrounded by transit, cafés, eateries and modern amenities, Hub 9850 is the epicentre of commerce in the city. Flexible spaces, built-to-suit interiors and industry-leading design features create workplaces that are as innovative as their surroundings.

If you haven’t had a chance to see the space and display suites yet yourself, be sure to book an appointment at their presentation centre.

To take advantage of your next opportunity to own at King George Hub, register today! You can also visit them online to learn more or head to their Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the latest happenings.

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