Developed by the Everest Group, Centra offers everything you want in a Surrey City Centre home – expansive views, spacious floor plans, practical amenities and a fantastic location!

Urban energy + suburban serenity: Discover your ideal home in Surrey’s Centra

Discover a home that works in every way

If location is key in real estate, Surrey’s brand new Centra project has it … and a whole lot more.

Poised to welcome homeowners in late 2021, the brand new project in the heart of Surrey marries the best of urban energy and suburban serenity.

Everything you need in the neighbourhood you want

Developed by the Everest Group, Centra offers everything you want in a Surrey City Centre home – expansive views, spacious floor plans and practical amenities. And that location!

Step outside to explore your quiet residential neighbourhood, with its parks and greenspace right on your doorstep.

Not only is the King George SkyTrain just a nine-minute walk away, but you’re also minutes to the Central City Shopping Mall, T&T Market, the Civic Plaza and Surrey Library.

And when you need to venture out of the neighbourhood, King George Boulevard will connect you in no time.

“With our Surrey City Centre location, you don’t have to compromise,” explains Senior Sales Director Muna Tayour.

Designed to build community

Beyond a superbly connected location, Centra’s exclusive collection of 167 homes boasts views in every direction, spacious, well-appointed interiors and well-considered amenities that come together to create homes with real value.

Developed with Atelier Pacific Architecture and Interior Designer Cristina Oberti, Centra’s thoughtful features include air conditioning, laminate flooring and a European stainless steel appliance package.

The project’s size, configuration and unique features are all designed to build a real sense of community. From student-friendly studios to three-bedroom suites with room for a growing family, a diverse community will be at home here.

The residence’s social spaces include a fitness centre and yoga room, a clubroom, complete with kitchen and private theatre, and an inviting outdoor urban space ideal for relaxing with friends.

Host meetings or study sessions in Centra’s Coworking Space or get busy on that project in the onsite workshop, and when it’s time to freshen up Fido, the pet washing station will have you covered!

Register today:

The presentation will be opening soon, but to stay up-to-date with all the happenings and secure first access when the suites are released, register today!

To learn more, visit centrasurrey.com or call 604-498-3887.

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