StreetSide Developments will begin constructing its first concrete tower in Surrey, B.C. this fall. The 34-storey high-rise, Juno, will bring more than 340 homes to the heart of the business district along 104 Avenue.
The Qualico company project aims to feature the most competitive price per square foot (PPSF) for concrete in the area and a 10 per cent deposit structure from the get-go. It’s a first-of-its-kind initiative for a presale concrete condo.
“Presale condos are the easiest entry point into real estate ownership, but even presale buyers must overcome a big obstacle in the initial deposit,” said Cam Good, Partner at KEY Marketing.
Surrey’s growth is expected to continue, with a forecasted population of 658,840 by 2026, a 14.75 per cent increase. When Juno is complete (estimated target is summer 2028) it will offer studios to three-bedroom residences ranging in size from 374 to more than 1,200 square feet, including the city’s first-ever three-bedroom lock-off homes, ideal for growing families or as a mortgage helper.
Interiors from BYU Designs showcase three colour palettes, air-cooling and heating systems, smart storage solutions and sleek interior features. Outside of the home, Juno will offer Surrey’s largest amenity offering in a standalone community: more than 37,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including co-working areas, a fitness centre, and a rooftop lounge and wet bar.
“We’re excited to launch such a pivotal project that can serve all types of homebuyers through a diverse set of homes, from those entering the market to those looking to downsize,” said Jonathan Meads, vice president at StreetSide Developments.