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New Developments & Pre-Construction Homes Abbotsford, BC

With a population of over 175,000 and a prime city in the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford is currently experiencing an increase in new developments and pre-construction homes, providing a diverse range of housing options to cater to various lifestyles and preferences.


Abbotsford has now emerged as a preferred city for young families in British Columbia looking to invest in residential properties or financial ventures such as the trucking industry. Abbotsford offers northern views of British Columbia’s Coast Mountains and southern views of Mount Baker Mountain, the third-highest mountain in Washington, U.S.


Renowned for its strong roots as a farming community, breathtaking natural landscapes, and thriving sense of community, Abbotsford presents both residents and tourists with a distinctive blend of urban amenities and rural charm.


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Abbotsford, also known as Abbey, is the largest city by geographical size in British Columbia, and is the 5th largest municipality of B.C. It is also the 3rd most ethnically diverse city in Canada.


Located just 60 minutes east of Vancouver and serviced by an international airport and Sumas border crossing, Abbotsford is easily accessible with all the amenities.


Stó:lō Nation were the first residents in this area. A Sumas First Nation reservation lies within Abbotsford city limits at Kilgard, the Upper Sumas 6 Indian reserve.


Tucked against a skyline of forested mountain peaks houses Abbotsford’s rugged downhill bike trails, scenic hikes amongst waterfalls, and the legendary Teq’qéyex (Sumas Mountain).


Abbotsford is home to many vibrant and diverse people with strong connections to the local Sumas and Matsqui Indigenous peoples, European cultures, and Sikh heritage.


The closest cities to Abbotsford BC include Maple Ridge, Mission, Langley, and Chilliwack.

Abbotsford International Air Show is Canada’s largest air show and occurs every year at the Abbotsford International Airport, mostly in the month of August.


Abbotsford is a great place to live away from the busy city life. People go out to hike on the mountains or cross-country bike, or you can bike on rural roads, visit the lakes & parks, and absorb the stunning views of Washington’s Mount Baker and the BC Coast Mountains.


The University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford stands out for career-focused education in agriculture, arts, social sciences, business, computer information systems, health sciences, sciences, and technology, and more.


Home to the Abbotsford Tulip Festival, Lakeland Flowers is the place to go for all your flower needs.


In the past few years, Abbotsford has been the backdrop to hundreds of Hollywood and International film productions.


With over 2,500 acres of green space, 276 kilometers of trails, and 192 parks to choose from, you can experience some of the best outdoor adventures on the West Coast.


Abbotsford is also the home to some of the most breathtaking and unique tasting experiences in BC, with hundreds of acres allocated to growing beverage ingredients.

Community within Abbotsford city by transit is quite good. Commuting to Abbotsford by transit from Greater Vancouver: Taking the Expo Line SkyTrain from Vancouver, Burnaby or New Westminster to Surrey Central Station will connect you to multiple bus lines going to the Carvolth Exchange in Langley. The Fraser Valley Express bus will take you from there to Highstreet Shopping Centre and the McCallum Park and Ride station.


Alternatively, the West Coast Express runs Monday to Friday from Downtown Vancouver to Mission with stops along the way.


As of now, there is no SkyTrain service connected to Abbotsford.

Abbotsford is home to 9 unique neighborhoods, some of the top neighborhoods with most of the new home developments are Abbotsford East, Abbotsford West, and Central Abbotsford. Local real estate developers are developing 1 to 3-bedroom new low-rise condo buildings, 2-to-4-bedroom new townhome communities, and a few strata and non-strata homes. New home in Abbotsford are still quite cheaper than its neighbouring cities like Langley, and Surrey.

The construction of new homes in Abbotsford has boomed in the last few years. There has been a sharp increase in residential unit permits obtained by real estate developers in these years. Abbotsford News Report in 2023, the city issued license for 1179 new residential units in that year, which is up compared to 621 permits in the previous year, and by the mid-July of 2024, an addition of 1300 multi-family residential units are pending permit.


This expansion is related to a few large residential development projects such as “The Rail District" and "Highstreet Village" condos and townhomes, which together illustrate Abbotsford’s housing boom. The Rail District is a five-family neighbourhood master-planned community that is going to change downtown Abby with over 600 owner-occupied homes and shops or offices. It is located with the excitement of urban living and the ease of the valley. The Rail District homes come in diverse plan types from one bedroom to three-bedroom condos units and townhouses. This mixed-use development, started by Infinity Properties, a local developer from Abbotsford, is a recognition and respect for the heritage of the area while embracing the modernity of life today.


Wall Financials’ Highstreet Village Townhomes notes: Live vertically but act horizontally – townhouse living with lifestyle amenities for Abbotsford West. We’re so proud to announce that over 100 townhouse units have sold in the last two phases! The next homeowner could be you! Don’t miss your opportunity to secure one of these homeowner units; register today for more information! Our fully integrated community features multiple housing typologies – from townhouses with secondary suites to car-free purpose-built rental homes. Highstreet Village offers an excellent selection of one, two, and three-bedroom condos, as well as spacious townhomes with all the facilities, all in a pedestrian-friendly environment. Highstreet Village offers an ideal location in beautiful West Abbotsford, next to Highstreet Village Shopping Centre, with over 600,000 square feet of retail, restaurants, a VIP movie theatre, and more.


The above development programs collectively represent Abbotsford's commitment to sustainable growth and urban renewal.