City Centre One has won two building awards.

City Centre One honoured with awards

Surrey development wins twice at Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards

Surrey’s City Centre One development has taken two top awards in the Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards.

City Centre One received the nod for Judges’ Choice Best Overall Entry and the excellence award in the office category at the fourth annual awards, held Nov. 13 at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

Also recognized were the South Surrey Recreation Centre (best in the community recreation category), Breeze of South Surrey (best in the multi-family category) and Surrey’s new City Hall and Civic Centre (best in community institutional).

The awards, sponsored by the Surrey Board of Trade, the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board commercial division, Re/Max Commercial, Fortis BC and the Business Examiner recognize the best commercial and industrial building throughout the region.

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