Langley Commercial Real Estate & Properties For Sale

The City of Langley is an urban centre, 10 km2 in size, right in the heart of the Lower Mainland. Known as the 'Birthplace of BC,' it is located directly east of Cloverdale, and the City of Surrey. Langley City is surrounded on the north, east and south by the Township of Langley, with 316 km2 of land. The population is 25,888 and has been growing at an average rate of 0.62% per year over the past 15 years. The median household income is $59,452, with an unemployment rate of 5.9%. The median age is 5.9%.

Langley Township should not be confused with the City of Langley, which is adjacent to the Township but politically is a separate entity. The Fraser River bounds the Township to the north and the US border to the south. The Township of Langley is home to more than 121,000 residents. The growth rate has been 12.6% over the last census period (2011 - 2016). Over the past fifty years, household growth in the Township has far outpaced the growth in Metro Vancouver, and also the province of British Columbia.

Langley has a thriving economy, significantly lower costs than downtown Vancouver, competitive land prices, affluent population, and a supportive business community. It offers an extraordinary lifestyle, with all the amenities of a major urban centre, and over 346 acres of parkland. Popular shopping areas include Langley Crossing Shopping Centre, RioCan Langley Centre and Willoughby Town Centre.

Langley is one of the most active industrial and commercial bases in the Lower Mainland, with 4.5 million square feet of commercial floor space and easy highway access; and they're attracting big business. Hwy 1 (Trans-Canada Hwy), Hwy 10, the Fraser Hwy, CN Rail and Langley Regional Airport (YNJ) connect Langley with Vancouver, the US, and the rest of Canada. Langley is 52 minutes (46.6 km) from Downtown Vancouver.

The Township has significantly more construction, manufacturing, retail, and wholesale than Vancouver. The growth projection for Langley is that it will double by 2040. Western Investor and the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) ranked the Township of Langley as a "top British Columbia investment community."

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2208 208 Street, Langley Property Listing: MLS® # C8025474

Price:
$14,500,000
City:
Langley
Beds:
Baths:
0
Type:
Agri-Business
MLS® #:
C8025474
Address:
2208 208 Street
Area:
Subdivision:
Campbell Valley
Incredible opportunity with no property matching the size and location of this. Almost 80 acres on the edge of the Brookswood…
Sutton Group-West Coast Realty

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Lt.1 19708 86 Avenue, Langley Property Listing: MLS® # C8026008

Price:
$9,600,000
City:
Langley
Beds:
Baths:
0
Type:
Land – Commercial
MLS® #:
C8026008
Address:
Lt.1 19708 86 Avenue
Area:
Subdivision:
Willoughby Heights
Excellent location close to Hwy 1 & 200 St., Ready to rezone, Level lot. All services at lot line. 19708 -86 Ave Langley: App…
Homelife Benchmark Realty (Langley) Corp.

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24540 16 Avenue, Langley Property Listing: MLS® # C8023567

Price:
$8,000,000
City:
Langley
Beds:
Baths:
0
Type:
Business with Property
MLS® #:
C8023567
Address:
24540 16 Avenue
Area:
Subdivision:
Otter District
Purchase the whole package in one deal 10 acres 2 homes horse barns and storage and the business and inventory and everything…
RE/MAX Aldercenter Realty

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5543 275 Street, Langley Property Listing: MLS® # C8025403

Price:
$4,650,000
City:
Langley
Beds:
Baths:
0
Type:
Industrial
MLS® #:
C8025403
Address:
5543 275 Street
Area:
Subdivision:
County Line Glen Valley
Meticulously maintained, Stand Alone Warehouse located in prestigious "Gloucester Industrial Estates". Sitting on 30,883 Sq.F…
RE/MAX Progroup Realty

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2983 200 Street, Langley Property Listing: MLS® # C8026218

Price:
$4,600,000
City:
Langley
Beds:
Baths:
0
Type:
Land – Commercial
MLS® #:
C8026218
Address:
2983 200 Street
Area:
Subdivision:
Brookswood Langley
Beautiful corner property. Located at southwest corner of 200 St and 30 Ave. Two roads frontage. No creek or easements. Vacan…
Homelife Benchmark Realty (Langley) Corp.

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22355 48 Avenue, Langley Property Listing: MLS® # C8023163

Price:
$3,980,000
City:
Langley
Beds:
Baths:
0
Type:
Multi-Family Commercial
MLS® #:
C8023163
Address:
22355 48 Avenue
Area:
Subdivision:
Murrayville
Address Includes Units 201,202,203,204,205,301,302,303,304 &305 22355 48 Ave. Excellent opportunity to own a well-built, well…
Century 21 Coastal Realty Ltd.

Climate

Langley's mild climate allows residents and tourists to enjoy outdoor activities all year. Temperature highs are typically 24 °C, and lows are 0 °C. Langley's average yearly rainfall is 1,739 mm, and average snowfall is 49 cm. November has the highest rainfall, with an average of 275 mm, followed by 229.9 mm in January and 198.7 mm in December.

Neighbourhoods

Aldergrove

Aldergrove is located on the Township's eastern border. There are 12,007 residents of Aldergrove proper. It's predominantly an agricultural area, with some industrial developments around the edges. Recently, crops have included medical cannabis, grown by Canopy Growth Corporation, in the Agricultural Land Reserve. It is the largest federally licensed cannabis facility in the world, with 400,000 sq ft of growing space.

Aldergrove is home to one of the Lower Mainland's five land border crossings, connecting Aldergrove with Lynden, Washington.

Brookswood - Fernridge

Brookswood-Fernridge is located in the south of the Township. The area is known for its abundance of trees, natural spaces, parkland, and conservation areas. It has a population of about 13,200. Although Brookswood-Fernridge is primarily residential, you will find the newly renovated George Preston Recreation Centre.

Fort Langley

Fort Langley has a population of only 3,400. It is located on the northern edge of the Township, on the banks of the Fraser River. Known as the "Birthplace of BC," Fort Langley has a lot of history. It is home to the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Langley — now a National Historic Site — as well as the Langley Centennial Museum. The village is a popular attraction with tourists, shoppers, and diners.

Murrayville

Murrayville is the Township's traditional civic core. It is the location of the Township of Langley's Operations Centre, Langley Memorial Hospital, Langley RCMP Main Detachment, Langley's Regional Airport, and the Langley School Board office. Murrayville is one of Langley's oldest communities and has a population of around 9,600. The historic neighbourhood is known for its iconic '5 corners', small shops and sense of community.

Langley Regional Airport is considered one of the best general aviation airports in the country. In addition to chartered helicopter and fixed-wing flights, the airport is home to 55 aviation businesses. The aviation complex has built a reputation for parts manufacturing and aerospace innovation.

Rural Area

Roughly 75% of the Township of Langley is primarily Agriculture Land Reserve. Langley's urban areas are surrounded by homes on acreages, wineries, farms and agri-businesses, equestrian centres, golf courses, parks and green spaces. One of the primary attractions is the Greater Vancouver Zoo.

Walnut Grove

Located in northwest Langley, Walnut Grove is a commuter town with a population of 23,295. Walnut Grove's proximity to Hwy 1 has made it a great bedroom community for those commuting into downtown Vancouver. For most residents, Vancouver is only a 60-minute commute in rush-hour traffic. Over the past decade, Walnut Grove has become one of Langley's hottest food and entertainment communities.

The community has experienced a recent growth spurt as many townhouse-owning families sought their own detached home in an excellent school catchment. The 2009 opening of the Golden Ears Bridge connected this northwest corner of the Township with the communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows north of the Fraser River.

Willoughby - Willowbrook

Willoughby-Willowbrook is the largest and fastest growing region in Langley, with a population approaching 31,000, fully one quarter of the Township's residents. This vibrant community continues to experience residential and commercial growth. There are new restaurants opening, new breweries, a freshly renovated Willowbrook Shopping Mall with trendy fashion outlets, upgrades to local parks, a new high school and expansion of RC Garnett Elementary School, and more.

The Township of Langley Civic Centre, which includes the Fraser River Presentation Theatre, council Chambers and the Muriel Arnason Library, is also located in the Willoughby-Willowbrook neighbourhood.

Education

Langley has the educational facilities to back its growing workforce. The Township has two universities, several accredited colleges, as well as other specialized education and training facilities.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University is Canada's only polytechnic university. KPU teaches traditional academics, but with a focus on hands-on skills. Many of their programs include work experience terms, practicums, or cooperative education options. They work closely with industry partners and organizations to ensure graduates are well prepared to enter the workforce.

Trinity Western University's main Langley campus spans 157 acres. Maclean's Magazine has consistently ranked TWU among the top two universities in Canada for Educational Experience by the National Survey of Student Engagement. The University has also received an A+ in quality of education for seven consecutive years (2006 - 2012) in The Globe and Mail's Canadian University Reports.
 
Langley College offers an Early Childhood Education Certificate Program, Early Childhood Education Diploma Program, Montessori Early Childhood Certificate Program, Building Service Worker Certificate Program, Hairstylist Certificate Program, and more. Students are trained in both theory lessons and practical classes.

Shopping Centres and Districts

The City of Langley's pedestrian-oriented Downtown shopping area is home to more than 500 shops, services and restaurants.

Some of the Township's popular shopping areas include Aldergrove Village Shopping Centre, Cedarbrook Mall - Brookswood, Fraser Crossing Shopping Centre, RioCan Langley Centre, Langley Smart Centre, Thunderbird Centre, Walnut Grove Town Centre, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, and Willoughby Town Centre.

Fraser Crossing is a 34,914 sf community shopping centre located at the corner of Fraser Highway and the Langley By-Pass. The Safeway shadow-anchored plaza has 19 stores.

RioCan Langley Centre is located at the intersection of Langley By-Pass and 200th Street. The 380,088 sq ft unenclosed shopping centre offers 38 stores, with anchor stores like Leon's, HomeSense, Chapters, and PetSmart.

Thunderbird Centre is located on 200th Street in Walnut Grove. The 92-unit retail complex has 242,408 sq ft and features IGA Marketplace, Shoppers Drug Mart and a 102,000 sq ft Cineplex Odeon Colossus Theatre.

Walnut Grove Town Centre is known locally as  "Mac's Strip Mall." The plaza includes Save on Foods and Pharmasave.

Willowbrook Shopping Centre straddles the border between the City of Langley and Langley Township. The covered mall is the largest shopping centre in Langley, with over 150 stores and services. Anchor stores are Hudson's Bay, H&M, Toys "R" Us, Sport Chek and Urban Planet.

Willoughby Town Centre offers 36 stores and is located on 206A St. Stores include Shoppers Drug Mart, a bank, liquor store, dental and medical offices, veterinary hospital, restaurants and professional services.

Business Parks / Business & Commercial Areas

Commercial buildings are averaging investments of over $15.74 million per year, while industrial buildings are at $20.58 million, averaged over the past five years. Some of the Township's top business areas include Langley 200 Business Centre, Langley 216 Business Park, Langley Town Centre, Langley's Gloucester Industrial Estates, Langmark Industrial Centre, Mufford Industrial Park and Walnut Grove Commerce Centre.

Langley 200 Business Centre is a high-profile office and retail complex made up of three office buildings totalling 200,000 square feet. It is Langley's largest office development and includes Deloitte, Great West Life, Grant Thornton, Lindsay Kenney, Scotiabank, TD Bank Financial Group, Regus, and Subway.

The Langley 216 Business Park projected was initiated in the Summer of 2018. At full build-out, it will be an 80-acre business park with retail, office, and warehouse space totalling more than a million square feet. The Hwy 1 and 216th Interchange is expected to open sometime in 2019, and the opening of the business park is expected to coincide with it.

Langley Town Centre is a recently renovated two-story office building with ground level retail space fronting on 64th Avenue or 203rd Street. The building offers a professional environment, with modern quality improvements and common areas like a board room.

Gloucester Industrial Estates is one of Langley's premier industrial parks. It is home to companies including Cintas Uniform Services, Freybe Sausage, General Motors, Taiga, Overwaitea Foods and Weyerhaeuser Canada. The park is strategically located with excellent access to Hwy 1.

Mufford Industrial Centre is located near the City of Langley, just north of the Langley Bypass on Mufford Crescent. The complex offers flexible I-1 zoning with functional, small bay industrial units with grade loading and 18′ clear ceiling heights.

Walnut Grove Commerce Centre is the premier office building in North Langley. It's ideally located, near the 200th Street interchange, with the Trans-Canada Highway on the approach to the Golden Ears Bridge. The building offers excellent amenities, with a full height foyer entrance, common boardroom, fitness facilities, and an adjacent municipal park.

Transportation Infrastructure

Langley provides easy access to key highways, rail, the Fraser River and Pacific Ocean, and air transport. The City and Township are ideally situated for the logistics of both incoming supplies and outgoing products.

Four major highways service Langley. Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Hwy) runs east-west through the Township of Langley, joining BC's Interior with the City of Vancouver, and then with Vancouver Island via the Horseshoe Bay Ferry. The Fraser Hwy runs southeast from Surrey through Langley, terminating in Abbotsford at Hwy 1. Highway 10 (Langley Bypass) runs east-west, connecting the three cities of Langley, Surrey, and Delta. Highway 17 (South Fraser Perimeter Road) transitions from Hwy 99 to Hwy 1 at the Surrey/Langley border and provides expressway access to Vancouver International Airport and the Tsawwassen Ferry.

The Township of Langley has easy cargo rail access via CN Rail and Southern Railway. Both offer direct spur service and routings to and from port facilities managed by Port Metro Vancouver. The northwest Langley industrial area includes water frontage with barge transport from private loading docks on the Fraser River.

Employment

The City of Langley has become a workplace destination, attracting residents from all over Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. It's become a net importer of jobs, with its strong retail, commercial and industrial base. The unemployment rate was 5.9% in the 2016 census, comparing very favourably with Canada's 7.0. The city has access to a skilled and educated labour force of 326,000 people within a 30-minute commute. More than 57.6% of the city's population (24 and over) has some level of post-secondary education. The average income in the City's Primary Trade Area is about $95,000, which is higher than the BC average.

The average household income in the City of Langley varies by neighbourhood. For the Douglas neighbourhood, with its high population of seniors and affordable multi-family residential complexes, the average family income is $61,010. Neighbourhoods like the Uplands area, with many single-family detached houses, the average family income is $102,694. This is higher than the average family income in Metro Vancouver, at $99,723.

Notable employers in Langley include Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd., Fraser Health Authority, Overwaitea Food Group, and School District 35.

Key Business Sectors

Key business sectors in the City of Langley include construction; retail; manufacturing; wholesale trade; warehousing and distribution; agriculture; health care and social services.

Industrial Sector

Industry is the backbone of the City of Langley, accounting for approximately 20% of the city's jobs. Langley has more than 2.5 million square feet of industrial floor space. Langley's industrial residents include clothing manufacturing, metal fabrication,  plastics manufacturing, warehousing, and more.

The Township has become a popular location with manufacturers due to the availability of industrial land, combined with low land costs, proximity to Vancouver and the US border crossing, a skilled workforce, and a desirable quality of life. Some of the products are aircraft and helicopter parts, architectural lighting, food processing and manufacturing, mining equipment fabricating, paint, precision machinery and value-added softwood lumber products.

The City of Langley is focusing on intensifying the use of its industrial lands. It is also working to attract more office-intensive developments and light industrial tenants. To build this new vision for the future, the city has expanded its range of uses in industrial zones, while continuing to protect railway access for its manufacturing industries.

Retail Sector

The City of Langley offers 4.5 million square feet of commercial floor space, concentrated in just 10 square kilometres. It's home to several large shopping malls and many plazas, with plenty of free parking. The city's pedestrian-friendly downtown prospers with its award-winning Downtown Master Plan and the marketing support of the Downtown Langley Business Association. Traffic counts exceed 55,000 vehicles per day. This represents a potential trading market of 272,171 people, creating $3.84 billion in potential spending.

Food, Beverage and Hospitality Sectors

The City of Langley has taken full advantage of local trends, with BC Lower Mainland shoppers being some of the highest food service spenders in Canada. BC as a whole has the highest food service share of the country's total food dollar at 25.2% (with sales of $6,552 million), with an annual sales growth of 6.9%. BC is also one of the top health-conscious provinces in Canada.

Langley residents are seeking more natural and organic, farm-friendly food products with fewer additives, and are putting more gourmet into their home-cooked meals. Higher quality gourmet foods, bakery, dairy, and confectionary items have become a growing trend in the City of Langley.

The city is attracting visitors from Metro Vancouver and neighbouring communities, with landmark venues like the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre and the Cascades Casino Resort.

Construction / Development

The Township of Langley has seen steady growth year after year, with a five-year average building permit value of $382.7 million per year. That represents a total of $4.02 billion over the past decade. The highest growth has been in residential development.

The Township is averaging growth of 1597 residential units per year, of which 885 are multi-family residential. Key development areas were in the Willoughby area, including Carvolth, Yorkson and Georgetown, followed by Murrayville.

Relocation & Startup Incentives

The Township of Langley offers a variety of grants, incentive programs and policies to promote business and help enhance the quality of life of its residents. In the words of mayor Mayor Ted Schaffer, "It takes ten weeks to approve a development permit in Langley. Elsewhere, it takes years."

Costs of living and doing business in the City and Township of Langley are significantly lower than in western areas. Housing costs in Langley are considerably more affordable than Vancouver. The Township has been rated in the top 10 lowest commercial to residential tax ratios in the region. (2018 Regional Office Cost of Business Survey)

The data relating to real estate on this web site comes in part from the MLS Reciprocity program of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver or the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board. Real estate listings held by participating real estate firms are marked with the MLSR logo and detailed information about the listing includes the name of the listing agent. This representation is based in whole or part on data generated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver or the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board which assumes no responsibility for its accuracy. The materials contained on this page may not be reproduced without the express written consent of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver or the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board.

Listing information last updated on July 21st, 2019 at 5:15am PDT.

The data relating to real estate on this web site comes in part from the MLS Reciprocity program of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver or the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board. Real estate listings held by participating real estate firms are marked with the MLSR logo and detailed information about the listing includes the name of the listing agent. This representation is based in whole or part on data generated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver or the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board which assumes no responsibility for its accuracy. The materials contained on this page may not be reproduced without the express written consent of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver or the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board.

Listing information last updated on July 21st, 2019 at 5:18am PDT.