Entering Into
A New Generation


Entering Into
A New Generation

Tien Sher Group of Companies has been re-building Whalley for the past 15 years taking the next steps of the revitalization of Whalley District with 3 iconic towers perched on 16.5 acres, creating a highly visible welcome for visitors and residents to Surrey City Centre. Envision yourself in a walkable and deeply rooted community that brings 2,455 residents together and a number of new businesses all into one emerging neighbourhood, where you can live, work, shop and play.

The Origins Of

Whalley DIstrict

A dynamic and diverse community with a century of stories to tell and people to celebrate.

In 1937, the completion of the impressive Pattullo Bridge connected bustling New Westminster with relatively underdeveloped North Surrey. This made Whalley a prime location for growth and migration. Families, schools and businesses arrived, along with community facilities and commercial opportunities, inspiring a vital spirit and pride of place. The thriving neighbourhood that started humbly at Whalley’s Corner drew visitors and new residents from across the region, expanding into one of the most dynamic and diverse in the Lower Mainland. In 1976, Whalley was identified as a regional town centre, driving another chapter of revitalization that continues to this day.

Tien Sher, Leading
The Revitalization Of

Whalley District

Surrey is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, and the Whalley neighbourhood is one of the main reasons why.

With a proud history and an eye on the future, Whalley District continues to defy expectations. Whalley is home to a world-leading Little League program, rich arts and culture, and beautiful Holland Park. Stunning modern architecture of City Centre Library, Simon Fraser University and Surrey Memorial Hospital line the streets. You’ll find accessible transit stations, shops and restaurants alongside offices and public art throughout the lively and bustling streets. Whalley District has something for everyone, and it just keeps getting better at finding its own urban, cultural and artistic identity, a place to be remembered.

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