The first row of cladding has been completed on Park Boulevard, a 41-storey tower located adjacent to King George Station in Surrey. Designed by dys architecture, the next instalment of Concord Pacific's Park Place community will add 419 one- to three-bedroom units to Whalley Boulevard.

Park Boulevard rendering, image via Concord Pacific

Images captured earlier this month show the two-toned building envelope taking shape on the tower skeleton. An initial row of charcoal grey and milky white metal panels have been installed, echoing the design depicted in the project renderings.

Park Boulevard construction, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Park Boulevard construction, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

The most significant exterior feature of Park Boulevard won't be visible until the sun sets. On the arrival of trains at King George Station, a pulsating light display will animate the floors of the building. The video below shows how this unique design trait will play out.

Park Boulevard residents will have access to a range of amenities, including a pool, tepidarium, steam room, sauna, sundeck, fitness centre, and a badminton court. 

Park Boulevard construction, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Additional information along with renderings of the tower can be found in our Database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.

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