Bucci Developments has submitted a development permit application for its three-tower mixed-use community in Surrey's Fleetwood neighbourhood. The application calls for the development of two 37 & 42-storey mixed-use towers and a 15-storey mid-rise. 1,121 residential units are planned totaling nearly 830,000 square feet of gross floor area.
The applicant has advised that the dwelling units in this project are expected to be constructed phase by phase. Phase 1 is expected to be constructed by 2028/2029; Phase 2 by 2031/2032; and Phase 3 by 2033.
The location of the 5-acre site is 16099, 16111 & 16065 Fraser Highway.
The development permit application states the following:
"to permit the development of two high-rise mixed-use buildings and one mid-rise residential building as part of a multi-phased development and the creation of a lot for Park purposes"
This is the first high-rise application for the Fleetwood Town Centre plan which is currently in the midst of being finalized. The plan will support the extension of the Surrey Langley SkyTrain Line down Fraser Highway and guide growth in Fleetwood over the next 30+ years.
2 mixed-use high-rises at 37 (Phase 1) & 42-storeys (Phase 2)
1 mid-rise building at 15-storeys (Phase 3)
Residential - 827,561 Square Feet
Commercial - 52,484 Square Feet (including 22,991 square feet of large format food/pharmacy anchor retail tenant)
Office - 24,197 Square feet
Total - 904,243 Square feet
One bedroom - 647 units
One + den - 44 units
Two bedroom - 430 units
Total - 1,121 units
The site is within walking distance of bus transit along Fraser Highway and is approximately 30 metres from the future SkyTrain station at Fraser Highway and 160 Street.
Block A (Phases 1 and 2) will allow residential uses, as well as limited commercial uses, including retail stores, personal service uses, general service uses, eating establishment, neighbourhood pubs, liquor stores, office uses, indoor recreational facilities, community services, child care centres and cultural uses.
For more information on the application: