Now that construction is well underway, we’ve moved our 3 Civic Plaza Presentation Centre to Century Group’s head office on the 25th Floor of Central City Tower.
The new marketing space features many of the same features as our Presentation Centre, including the architectural model, large touch screens displaying floor plans and builder blocks showcasing the two colour schemes offered. We still have a collection of great floor plans to choose from and we encourage interested parties to book an appointment to view the space, before they’re all gone.
To book a tour of the new marketing centre, please contact Joyce Li at 604 763-5156 or at Info@3CivicPlaza.ca. Century Group’s head office is located on the 25th floor of Central City Tower, at 13450 102 Avenue in Surrey, BC.
Don’t miss out on your only opportunity to live right on the plaza, in the heart of Surrey’s new urban hub.
Why don’t we do town squares in the lower mainland? No self-respecting European city would be seen without one. These are focal points for the community. Coffee happens in the morning, markets are held in the day and restaurants put out tables for dinners at night. Okay, I know that in this part of the world we’d need some pretty serious umbrellas but still – where are our community gathering places?
Are malls currently our modern equivalent to the traditional town square? My need is not for harsh lighting and echoing acoustics. When hungry, I prefer to not be faced with a range of undigestible ingestibles in an area that makes seagulls over fresh garbage seem polite and tidy. And don’t even get me started on the music!
So what do you want if you aren’t happy with the existing mall world? I want to stop for a mouth-watering snack that provides actual nutrition, in an area that refreshes my senses, not refreshes my hostile attitude toward my fellow man. I want my eyes to enjoy themselves with lovely vistas, interesting statues, artwork and architecture.
So is there a way to make a nice town square, or triangle? The new civic plaza might just be the answer. The impressive new Surrey City Hall, spectacular City Centre Library and luxury hotel and residences at 3 Civic Plaza will create a triangle with a plaza in the center connecting them all. The plaza is quite vast, and will be able to host up to 5,000 people for events and celebrations. Hopes are high that it will be the new hub for art markets, street food venders, live concerts and more. Aside from connecting city hall, the library and 3 Civic Plaza, it will also act as a corridor that will extend to the future Performing Arts Centre, SFU Surrey and the Central City Shopping Centre.
When finished the civic plaza sounds like it’s going to be pretty amazing; truly a new urban village in downtown Surrey that will be unlike anything else in the rest of Surrey or Metro Vancouver. Now all we need is a few funky eclectic shops and some restaurants with patio tables extending out onto the plaza and we’ll have the ultimate town triangle. No trip to Europe necessary.
Due to high traffic at our 3 Civic Plaza Presentation Centre, we are keeping it open until Sunday, March 8th! If you haven’t had a chance to view the two residential display suites and the two new hotel suites designed for Marriott International’s Autograph Collection, then visit our Presentation Centre before it’s too late.
The Presentation Centre is located at 10277 King George Boulevard (between 102 and 104 Avenue) in Surrey City Centre. We’re open daily from 1 pm – 6 pm (closed Friday) or by appointment.
After March 8th, tours may be booked to view our 3 Civic Plaza marketing space inside Century Group’s office at Central City Tower. To book an appointment to view the marketing space, please contact Joyce Li at 604 763-5156 or at Info@3CivicPlaza.ca.
Don’t miss out on construction pricing of your only opportunity to live right on the plaza, in the heart of Surrey’s new urban hub.
3 Civic Plaza Presentation Centre ‘J Plan’ Display Suite
3 Civic Plaza Presentation Centre ‘B Plan’ Display Suite
Civic Hotel Display Suite