Whalley District is a vision. It sees a walkable, connected neighbourhood of homes enjoying amenities from wired workspaces to favourite restaurant, all part of the larger Whalley neighbourhood that will grow and benefit from this exciting new place.
The river terrace along the west bank of Willamette River downstream from the mouth of Oswego Creek was for thousands of years the home of Native Americans.
Whalley started as a small rural community. And it stayed that way until the building of the Patullo and Port Mann bridges, connecting it with the rest of the Lower Mainland. Arthur Whalley built a gas station in 1925 at what was referred to as Whalley’s corner, an intersection where Grosvenor and Ferguson Roads met the King George Highway.
Whalley “grew up” to be a tightly knit working-class neighbourhood of single family homes where people knew the folks next door and children walked or rode their bikes to school. Small businesses thrived and wove the community together.
Whalley is considered one of Surrey’s oldest neighbourhoods and a core to this rapidly growing city. It has seen tremendous change as the city grew around it. And in the new City Center Plan adopted by Council in 2017, Whalley will be developed as an area as large as downtown Vancouver — sophisticated and world-class.
Tien Sher will create a neighbourhood on 16 acres of this new city. This community reaches back to its working-class roots for @Casey Hrynkow values of respect and connection. Anchored by the historic Ukrainian Orthodox Church of St. Mary on the north(?), the pedestrian only pathways will connect our residents to the City Centre, and their neighbours, in every way.
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10768 Whalley Blvd #114, Surrey, BC V3T 2K6
Phone: (604) 581-8000