Something for everyone at Willoughby Town Centre

Qualico and Chow & Li are teaming up to bring a walkable community to Langley.

At the end of a long day and a long commute, there’s nothing better than leaving your car in its parking spot and knowing you’re home. But Qualico, in partnership with Chow & Li, is doing one better with Willougby Town Centre. With services and multi-family living all in one place, it’s perfect for those who want convenience and a socially active community.

“The whole idea is to be pedestrian-friendly,” says Diane Zarola, sales and marketing manager for Qualico. “We want it to be a gathering place.”

Thus far, confirmed tenants include Shoppers Drug Mart, RBC, G&F Financial, Noma Sushi Restaurant, Rendevous Liquor Store and Loblaw’s: Your Independent Grocer.

Other possible tenants include a yoga studio, coffee shop and clothing boutiques.

Willoughby Town Centre’s first residential space will be Kensington, a three-storey condominium development right in the thick of the action.

“You can look out your window and see your friends having coffee. There’s nothing like it in Langley,” Zarola says. “It’s going to become a destination. We’re very, very excited about it.”

For more information, visit www.willoughbytowncentre.ca.

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