Surrey is often negatively displayed on news media, print media, and in general. Regardless, the growth potential of this city is very big. Surrey truly is a hidden gem for business expansion.
Have you ever noticed the amount of development that has been taking place in recent years (Surrey in particular)? It is widely expected that Surrey’s population will surpass that of Vancouver in the next 10 to 12 years.
The number of residential building permits being granted shows the boom that’s happening. During the economic crunch in 2009, there were only 2,200 permits issued. Now there have been record breaking numbers since with 4,000 permits granted last year (2013).
“Five or six major developers are currently quietly buying every piece of land from 96th and 108th Avenue,” says Grant Murray, VP of sales for Concord Pacific. http://globalnews.ca/news/653206/surreys-population-projected-to-surpass-vancouvers/
Largest Convention Centre in Canada (Banquet Hall/Convention Centre to be completed by ~April 2014)
New Surrey City Hall just beside the new library and Surrey Central
WaterfallNow looks forward to the future and is well poised in the marketplace to capitalize on this growth trend. We have a good idea of the potential in store for the next decade and just hope that we continue to partner with key players that will fuel the growth of the entire water features industry.
Many hard-working business owners in Surrey have earned every right to enjoy the fruits of their labour. They are a focus group that WaterfallNow is especially dedicated to serving.None found.