Surrey Commercial Real Estate & Properties For Sale

Surrey's Pacific Rim positioning for international trade with Asia and the US and fast-growing culturally diverse population have made it a premier business investment location. To the north, Surrey is bounded by the Fraser River, with New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Pitt Meadows on the north side of the river. To the west lie Delta and Richmond, and Langley flanks Surrey on the east. To the south is Semiahmoo Bay, on the BC's Pacific coast, with the city of White Rock inset into South Surrey's coastline. Blaine, Washington is across the bay.

Surrey has seven town centres: Fleetwood, Whalley, City Centre, Guildford, Newton, Cloverdale, and South Surrey. By population, Surrey is the second largest population in BC, after Vancouver. Surrey is big, with the third largest land area after Abbotsford and Prince George. The city has 18% of the region's industrial lands, of which 32% are still undeveloped or vacant.

Surrey's population is 517,887, and it's been growing at an average of 2.85% per year over the past 15 years. Surrey's population is projected to increase by an additional 250,000 people over the next thirty years, becoming the largest city in the province in as little as two decades. The median household income is $77,494, and the employment rate is 6.5%. The city is attracting many young families, with its affordable real estate, jobs and business incentives, and has a median age of 38.7.

The Real Estate Investment Network has named Surrey the "best place in British Columbia to invest" for the third year running. Surrey was also recognized as "Community of the Year" in 2011 the Clean Energy Association of BC, for its integrated approach to sustainability and energy conservation.

Surrey is very effectively attracting companies with its pro-business formula. It's the only BC city to offer financial incentives to companies choosing to invest in designated geographic areas, with additional clean air benefits. Incentives include no property taxes for three years, $1 business license fee for three years and significant reductions in development cost charges and building permit fees.

Surrey has a vibrant economy, a new city hall and performing arts centre and a starchitect-designed library. It has become the BC city of the future. Some of the city's notable employers are the City of Surrey, Coast Capital Savings, Fraser Health Authority, School District 36, and Starline Windows.

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8911 152 Street, Surrey Property Listing: MLS® # C8032300

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8911 152 Street
Fleetwood Tynehead
34,167 SF Prime future redevelopment property within 200M of future Skytrain station. Currently designated as 2.5 FSR in the …
Homelife Glenayre Realty Company Ltd.

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106 12827 76 Avenue, Surrey Property Listing: MLS® # C8029733

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106 12827 76 Avenue
West Newton
Hard to find a restaurant with property in Surrey. High exposure facing 128 Street and long running restaurant with coolers, …
Sutton Group-West Coast Realty (Surrey/120)

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H 8065 130 Street, Surrey Property Listing: MLS® # C8028819

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H 8065 130 Street
Queen Mary Park Surrey
This 4,093 sqft (3,384 subject space+709 maz) industrial strata warehouse is located in the most desirable Queen Mary Park Ne…
Century 21 Coastal Realty Ltd.


Surrey is known for its comfortable weather, without extremes. The climate is typically inter-coastal Pacific-Northwest. It's rainy, with wet winters, often with heavy rainfall lasting into early spring. Summers are mild and sunny, and autumns are crisp.

The average highest temperatures are 24 °C, and the lowest is 1 °C. Annual rainfall is 1,361 mm, and snowfall is 38 cm. 16.41% of the year's rainfall comes down in November, with an average of 223 mm. January has 172.0 mm, followed by December at 169.9 mm.


Surrey's six community centres have evolved over time, reflecting the areas that have come to the forefront as commercial, residential and cultural centres. The centres are City Centre, Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey and Whalley. (Population figures are based upon the 2016 census.)


Cloverdale is a town centre in central-east Surrey, just west of the City of Langley. The rural agricultural community was settled in the mid-1800s
. Main Street still retains much of its historical ambiance, making it a favourite movie setting. Cloverdale's connections to the railway have made it a strong commercial hub, and it's become one of the fastest growing communities in Surrey, with a population of 65,645.

Cloverdale has three industrial areas: Cloverdale East, Cloverdale North and Cloverdale South. Around 500 companies are located in these industrial areas. Key commercial sectors include construction, manufacturing and wholesale/distribution.


Fleetwood is located at the centre of the northern half of Surrey, with Whalley to the west, Newton and Cloverdale to the south and Guildford to the east and north. The town centre began to grow in the 1970s, due to its retail, commercial and multi-family residential development, and it continues to be one of the fastest growing neighbourhoods in Surrey. It has become the city's primarily residential neighbourhood, with a population of 65,645.

Fleetwood has many shops, restaurants and professional service businesses. As a residential area, Fleetwood has voted against light industry. Surrey's future LRT System will consist of 2 lines, connecting Fleetwood via the Surrey-Langley Line.


Located in the northeast corner of Surrey, the Guildford centre is known for its quiet neighbourhoods of single-family homes and vibrant retail area. On its northern edge, the community is bordered by the Fraser River. Whalley lies to the west, Langley to the east, and the southern border jogs from 96th down to 84th Ave. The community has a population of 60,745 and continues to grow, with recent development in the Fraser Heights neighbourhood that overlooks the Fraser River.

Guildford's retail corridors follow 104 Ave and 152 St. At their intersection is the Guildford Town Centre mall. The Port Kells neighbourhood is located in the northeastern sector of Guildford, adjacent to the Fraser River, and just west of Walnut Grove, Langley. There are two sectors to Port Kells. South of Hwy 1 is a sizeable rural neighbourhood and the area north of the highway consisting mostly of industrial parks.


Newton is a Surrey town centre with a population of 149,040 that developed around the corner of 72 Ave and King George Boulevard. The City of Delta borders the community to the west, Mud Bay and South Surrey to the south, 160 Street to the east, and the communities of Whalley and Fleetwood to the north.

Newton is known as Surrey's industrial area, but it's also a community of quiet residential neighbourhoods, with single-family homes, and great amenities. Higher-density industrial use, and redevelopment position Newton West as one of the fastest growing industrial areas in Surrey.

Newton West is the largest of Newton's industrial areas, and is home to a variety of light and heavy industries, with a high concentration of manufacturing companies. Located south of Hwy 10 at 152nd St, Panorama Ridge Business Park is ideal for corporate home offices. The East Panorama Business Park is roughly 50% developed.

Newton East is located west of 152nd St, between 65th Ave and 69th Ave, and is home to light industrial businesses. East Newton Business Park is located north of 65 Ave, and the development will accommodate low-impact businesses like those in the high-tech sector, research and development companies, light manufacturing and corporate head offices.

South Surrey

South Surrey is a town centre located on the Semiahmoo peninsula, in the southern portion of the city of Surrey. It shares a border with the city of White Rock. The community has a population of 77,710 and is made up of the eight neighbourhoods: Chantrell Creek, Crescent Beach, Crescent Heights, Elgin, Grandview Heights, Hazelmere, Ocean Park, and Sunnyside.

South Surrey has the largest senior population of Surrey's town centres, making up just over one-third of its residents. South Surrey is the least urban of the city's communities, and you'll still see tracts for farmland and acreages.

South Surrey offers convenient connections to the United States through the Peace Arch and Pacific Highway border crossings.


Whalley is located in the northwest corner of Surrey and includes City Centre. It is bordered on the north and west by the Fraser River. Newton is to the south, and the eastern border, for the most part, follows 144th Street. Whalley/City Centre is the Surrey's Downtown and home to Surrey City Hall. With a population of 75,610, it is the most densely populated and urban of Surrey's six town centres.

It is the educational centre of the city, with Kwantlen Polytechnic University's (KPU) Civic Plaza campus and Simon Fraser University's Surrey campus.

City Centre has been the focus of significant residential and commercial development. The central hub of Whalley is being transformed into a pedestrian-friendly, transit-oriented downtown core for business, culture and entertainment.


Surrey offers a range of outstanding education and career training options to support the city's businesses. The city has two universities that provide highly qualified business graduates, several accredited colleges, as well as a few specialty colleges. Specialties include finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, human resource management, innovation, marketing, and tourism.

More than 20,000 students are enrolled at Simon Fraser University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University Surrey campuses. 120 Faculty of Medicine students trained at the UBC teaching hospital are located within Surrey Memorial Hospital.

Simon Fraser University - Surrey Campus

Located near the Surrey Central transit station, Simon Fraser University's Surrey campus offers education and training in mechatronics engineering, computing science, business, health, interactive arts and technology. VentureLabs is an early stage business incubator that actively promotes student entrepreneurship, in which student entrepreneurs meet regularly with experienced mentors. VentureLabs work with university, government and industry partners, collaborating in supporting innovation, entrepreneurship and business acceleration.

SFU Surrey offers two unique programs only to Surrey Students. The Entrepreneurship program teaches future business leaders to identify market opportunities, secure financing, recruit and retain employees, and deliver quality goods and services at cost-effective prices. The Innovation and Entrepreneurship program teaches students to understand and leverage the dynamics of change so they can lead effectively in a rapidly changing business climate.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Kwantlen Polytechnic University is the second largest business school in western Canada. KPU offers certificate, diploma and bachelor degree programs, in accounting, entrepreneurial leadership, human resources management and marketing management.

The university's innovative Entrepreneurial Leadership degree focuses on launching startup business enterprises, and managing and leading small to medium-sized businesses. Their Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology program provides training in information systems; planning, design and security; data communications and networking; data warehousing and mining; business and management; communications and liberal education.

Sprott Shaw College - Surrey Campus

Sprott Shaw offers programs in business and administration; child, family and community support; nursing and healthcare programs; tourism and hospitality management; and trades and design. Their Employment Services Specialists assist graduates with job placement assistance throughout their lifetime.

Sprott Shaw understands that technology evolves, new techniques are created, and new terminology is introduced. It is essential for students to stay relevant, and therefore they may return for refresher courses should they require skills upgrading in the area they trained in.

Shopping Centres and Districts

Some of Surrey's shopping areas include Central City, Guildford Town Centre, Peninsula Village Mall, Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, and The Shops at Morgan Crossing.

Central City Shopping Centre

Central City is one of Surrey's newest building projects, located in the heart of Surrey, with immediate access to SkyTrain. It is a mixed-use development that combines 140 retail stores, restaurants, and services with the Simon Fraser University campus and
Toby award-winning office tower. Anchor stores include Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, The Brick, Shoppers Drug Mart, T&T Supermarket, Walmart and Winners.

Guildford Town Centre

Guildford has been transformed into the second largest shopping centre in the province — with over 200 stores — through an ambitious renovation and expansion project that was completed in 2011. Anchor stores include Apple, Hudson's Bay, London Drugs, Sport Chek and a 165,000-square-foot Walmart Supercentre. The expansion earned the BOMA BEST Level 3 Certification and LEED Gold certification.

Peninsula Village Shopping Centre

Peninsula Village Shopping Centre is an open-air shopping centre with 58 stores, located in South Surrey. The 169,839 sf plaza includes Dollarama, Safeway and London Drugs.

Semiahmoo Shopping Centre

Located in South Surrey, Semiahmoo Shopping Centre offers 75 stores, restaurants, and services. The 294,000 sf mall is a destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Anchor stores include Dollarama, Save-On Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart and Winners.

The Shops at Morgan Crossing

The Shops at Morgan Crossing is a 393,281 sf open-air shopping centre with a collection of 70 national and independent retailers, fashion outlets, services, restaurants and cafes. Anchor stores include Thrifty Foods, London Drugs, PetSmart, Restoration Hardware and Winners.

Business Parks / Business & Commercial Areas

Surrey industrial districts include Cloverdale industrial areas, the Douglas industrial area, Newton industrial areas and business parks, the Port Kells industrial area, South Westminster and Bridgeview industrial areas, and the West Surrey industrial district.

Where Surrey stands out is its many business parks. Business parks include Campbell Heights Business Park, the East Newton Business Park neighbourhood concept plan, Fleetwood Office Complex, Rosemary Heights Business Park, and Willowbrook Business Centre.

Surrey holds 47% of Metro Vancouver's available industrial land, and the City currently offers both fully-serviced industrial and business park land. There are also opportunities for new development, from Surrey's land reserve.

Campbell Heights Business Park

Campbell Heights is a 1,900-acre industrial business park in South Surrey, well connected to Highway 99, Highway 15, and the Canada / USA border. The park offers high-quality business park space, catering to light impact industrial users, with small-bay and large-bay facilities.

East Newton Business Park

The East Newton Local Area Plan designates land in the East Newton area east of 152nd St as a business park, in a Live/Work Area Neighbourhood Concept Plan (NCP). The business park was designed to accommodate 112,500 square metres of business park/commercial space, potentially creating over 3,000 jobs.

Fleetwood Office Complex

Fleetwood Office Complex is a two storey 9960 sf office building at the corner of 152nd and Fraser Highway. It offers excellent frontage and street exposure and ample parking.

Rosemary Heights Business Park

Located centrally in South Surrey, Rosemary Heights Business Park is a business and residential development that will accommodate approximately 1.05 million square feet of business floor area and is expected to yield 3,650 jobs.

South Surrey Business Park

Located in South Surrey, South Surrey Business Park is a multi-tenant industrial warehouse development. Building 1 is 214,155 sf, and there are 35,000lb hydraulic levellers, dock bumpers and seals, and a swing arm dock light already installed at each door.

Transportation Infrastructure

Surrey has two international airports within 45 minutes. Surrey is also home to the largest modern, multi-purpose marine terminal on the West Coast of North America, with convenient access to Port Metro Vancouver.

Surrey highway transportation needs are handled by Hwy 1 (Trans-Canada Hwy), Fraser Hwy, Hwy 10 and Hwy 15 (Pacific Highway). Highways 10 and 15 connect with Canada/USA border crossings. Surrey is a 40-minute commute from Downtown Vancouver via SkyTrain.

Key Business Sectors

Key Surrey business sectors include advanced manufacturing, agri-innovation, clean technology, construction, film and television, health technology, high technology, and the creative arts.

Investing in Surrey

Surrey is booming; home to over 18,000 businesses with 2,000 - 3,000 new businesses added each year. Surrey has the second lowest municipal tax in Metro Vancouver. There were over 13.7 bn spent in new construction over ten years, with 19 million square feet of commercial and industrial space added (2006 - 2016 census periods).

Surrey enjoys the commercial revenue from the second highest population in BC, with a 10.6% growth rate. Based upon the current growth rate, by 2041, Surrey is expected to have the highest population. One-third of the population is 19 years of age or less. 40% of the population is comprised of immigrants, with more than one hundred languages spoken.

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 16th, 2020 at 10:30am 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 16th, 2020 at 10:33am PDT.