The second phase of PCI Developments' multi-tower King George Hub development continues its ascent in the ever-densifying core of Surrey. The landmark mixed-use development next to the Expo Line's King George Station has so far produced the 10-storey Coast Capital Savings Credit Union's Help Headquarters, which was completed in 2015. Phase B, now under construction, adds another office tower to the site complemented by two high-rise condominiums.

Rendering King George Hub upon full buildout, image via PCI Developments

The two residential towers currently rising will bring a total of 738 homes to the area. Recent photos uploaded to our Forum show how the complex is shaping up so far. The 40-storey slab tower is still climbing towards its pinnacle, while its 29-storey sibling has topped out. Both buildings are undergoing window wall application. Upon completion, residents will have over 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities to keep active and entertained.

King George Hub Phase B, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Sporting a darker hue than its predecessor, the 15-storey office building also continues going vertical. The second phase of King George Hub will include 100,000 square feet of retail along a pedestrian high street; a two-storey restaurant is among the planned facilities. 

King George Hub Phase B, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Phase C, also under construction, will produce a 371-unit, 34-storey rental tower. It will complete the east side of the public plaza at the Coast Capital Savings building. Residents will have a similar array of amenities as the condominium component, like a fitness facility, theatre and rooftop kitchen, with 11,000 square feet of common space proposed in total. 

Phase B from afar, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Phases D and E are currently being finalized and will finish the masterplan with additional residential and retail uses. At delivery, the entire complex will host 760,000 square feet of LEED Gold office and retail space, combined with approximately 1.2 million square feet of residential space.

Additional information and images 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.