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New Developments & Pre Construction Homes Surrey, BC

Located in British Columbia, Surrey is a city that has consistently seen an upward trend in real estate in recent years. The city is moving towards robust growth and is on pace to be the biggest city in British Columbia by 2030. The demand for contemporary housing is increasing here. Real estate developers are keeping the growing needs of homebuyers in mind while making sure the new home developments in Surrey align with the current lifestyle of the people.


Our extensive listings of new homes in Surrey BC blend modern house designs with functionality that allow individuals to find their choice of new home seamlessly. The wide choices of pre-construction townhomes, new single-family homes, and presale condos give you a chance to select the property that matches your lifestyle and preferences.


Choosing new homes in Surrey means you are putting your investment in a bright future and Listings Nearby is here to fulfill your needs. Give our professional team a chance to assist you in finding the perfect home for you.


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Located in the Fraser Valley of BC, Surrey is known for its dynamic community natural beauty, and thriving economy. One of the largest industrial centers in British Columbia is in Surrey. With a current population of over 6,00,000 residents in 2024, it is the largest city by land area and second most populated in Metro Vancouver.


Surrey is one of the fastest-growing, culturally diverse cities in Canada and is known for building vibrant, sustainable communities through technology and innovation.


Located on the Lower Mainland on the south side of the Fraser River, the City of Surrey is one of 21 municipalities in Metro Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. The city shares a border with the United States of America.


Talking about the innovation factor, the city is committed to innovation and technology. And, when it comes to economic growth, you can go through the city's development plan that defines the modern infrastructure and commercial developments proposed in the next couple of years here.


Cultural diversity, natural beauty, and technological advancements are some of the reasons that attract audiences to get a home at this place.


The neighbouring cities to Surrey BC include Langley, White Rock, New Westminster, Delta, and Coquitlam.

City of Surrey hosts several major events throughout the year including Surrey Canada Day, the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair, Surrey Tree Lighting Festival, and Surrey Fusion Festival.


The education facilities are top-notch. Institutions like Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Simon Fraser University strengthen the reputation of Surrey as an educational hub. Moreover, UBC's medical campus, Douglas College, Sprott Shaw College, Stenberg College, and more are coming soon to downtown Surrey.


Did I forget to mention the recreation and exploration opportunities? From the giant second growth forest at Green Timbers Urban Forest, to the shoreline views at Crescent Beach and the playground and gardens at Bear Creek Park, there are tons of things to do in Surrey's 250 parks. Each community in Surrey offers tons of recreation opportunities.

The Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project is a 16-kilometre extension of the Expo Line. It will travel along Fraser Highway from King George SkyTrain Station to Langley Centre, connecting City Centre, Fleetwood, and Cloverdale/Clayton with seamless rapid transit.


The proposed project includes 8 new stations, and 3 new bus exchanges and is expected to be completed by 2028.


To support SkyTrain, the city is Surrey has recently launched new land use plans along the Fraser Highway corridor. New low to mid-rise condo development projects will be launched soon in the proximity of 8 new SkyTrain stations.

Finding the perfect place to live is a challenging task, especially when your family is involved. That’s where we have come up here to provide you with a list of hot neighborhoods in Surrey. These options will help you make an informed decision about where to live.


Some of the top neighbourhoods with most of the new home developments are:



Cloverdale is the neighborhood where the past and future meets. The Western Canada’s largest Canada day celebration is organized here. The town is divided into two parts. The first one is Old Cloverdale, also called the historic heart of the community. While the second one is Clayton, a more like suburban area. Cloverdale is located near highway 1 and Fraser Highway to make commute easy to other parts of the lower mainland. Cloverdale is also building a new Surrey hospital and BC cancer centre.



The most populous town center of Surrey, Newton, offers multiple retail and shopping options. Thus, it makes a great choice for the residents. It is also the industrial hub of Surrey. The Bell performing Arts Centre located here is one of the most loved venues for art enthusiasts.



Guildford is in the east of City Centre where you can witness the two large recreation centres in the province. Enjoy the stunning views of the Port Mann Bridge and Fraser River. If you are someone who wants a place with transit facilities and close to major shopping areas, Guildford is the place. Several new home development projects are under construction stage.



Fleetwood is located at the center of the northern half of the city, with Whalley to the west, Newton and Cloverdale to the south, and Guildford to the east and north. The neighbourhood is a diverse residential area comprised of mostly single-family dwellings. With the new proposed Surrey-Langley SkyTrain passing through Fleetwood and expected to be ready by 2028, there are many townhome and low-rise condo communities that have developed in the last couple of years and many more coming including mid-rise buildings.


South Surrey

Stunning beaches, mountain views, and expansive farmland characterize the natural beauty of South Surrey. South Surrey also offers convenient connections to the United States through the Peace Arch and Pacific Highway border crossings. South Surrey is rich in history and home to unique neighborhoods such as Crescent Beach, Grandview Heights, and Semiahmoo Town Centre.


City Centre

Surrey City Centre is the region’s emerging second downtown. Once a suburban town center, this area has been the focus of significant development. It is transforming into a walkable, transit-oriented downtown core for business, culture, and entertainment.


A record $2.29 billion in building permits was issued in 2019. As of January 2020, there were over 65 major development applications underway within the City Centre, representing over 23,000 units and 1,500,000+ sq. ft. of retail and office space.


All these communities cater to the different preferences of the individual. No matter what facilities you are looking for, Surrey has everything to suit the needs of every person out there.

Surrey is undergoing numerous new residential and commercial developments including City Centre redevelopment.


A new Health & Technology District is emerging around Surrey Memorial Hospital.

Surrey to Langley 16-kilometre-long Expo Line extension SkyTrain project has started its groundwork and is expected to be completed by 2028.


Surrey City Centre is rapidly transforming into a vibrant, walkable, transit-oriented, downtown. SFU's Surrey campus is planned to undergo 2 more phases of expansion over the coming decade, as part of a mixed-use redevelopment of the former North Surrey Recreation Centre site and Surrey Central Bus Loop. This expansion will see the establishment of new Health Science Innovation and Creative Technologies faculties, and bring more general study spaces, doubling the current capacity of the campus.


Plans are for building a Performing Arts Centre, Stadium of 20,000+ capacity, Interactive Art Museum, and more.


The City of Surrey has a long-range plan for a city-wide rapid transit grid along major arterials in the future.


The existing Patullo bridge joining Surrey with New Westminster over the Fraser River will be replaced soon with a new bridge by 2025. The construction of this about $1.4B project is underway.


New home development projects are growing in numbers in almost all the regions of the city. Currently, over 70 new condo and townhouse projects are either in the construction phase or in their presale registration phase or in the pending approvals phase from the city.

Due to the influx of new immigrants especially from East and South Asia, infrastructure expansion, and potential growth opportunities available, Surrey BC's real estate market will continue to remain in demand. Property prices will remain competitive, attracting new homebuyers. The market's resilience and diversity make Surrey an appealing destination for those seeking to invest, buy, or sell property.