The fast-growing Surrey City Centre continues its interminable maturation with a range of residential, commercial and cultural projects injecting new life into the evolving community. Located in the shadow of the recently completed Wave development by Rize, WestStone Group is getting in on the action by building a 35-storey condominium of their own called Evolve.

Evolve, image via Chris Dikeakos Architects

The 407-unit tower made headlines for its unorthodox sales incentives, which saw the developer offer prospective buyers mortgage discounts, $93,900 studios, and a choice between a storage locker full of cash and a new car. Bolstered by the media attention, the project is fully sold out and on track for completion in late 2018. 

The first levels of Evolve take form, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Chris Dikeakos Architects is the firm behind the design of the building, which features a facade of floor-to-ceiling glass rising from its corner location at 133 Street and 103A Avenue. Protruding from the lower levels of the building is a commercial retail component that follows the curve in the street. The three-level appendage will contain approximately 8,500 square feet of flexible office space.

The commercial component (left) is already topped out, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

The multi-faceted base of the complex is currently taking shape, a scene captured in photos that clearly delineate the concrete floor plates of the residential tower from the steel supports of the commercial building. A parade of concrete mixing trucks can be seen as the arm of the pump truck delivers the aggregate to the top of the structure. It'll be a while until crews reach the penthouse amenity deck, where indoor and outdoor meeting places find a place next to a gourmet kitchen, fully equipped fitness room, and theatre room. 

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Related Companies:  Chris Dikeakos Architects, WestStone Group