Workers were preparing the site of the Alder Grove Town Centre project on Wednesday, Jan. 4, with multiple excavators and other heavy-duty equipment digging out ground for the residential project where a former shopping mall once stood at 3100 272nd St.
The new development, built by Janda Group, will include three six-storey buildings with residential condos and ground-level commercial space, a 10-storey tower with four levels of public parking and six levels of residential housing, plus a stand-alone two-level daycare.
A road, “Aldergrove Centre Drive,” will circle through the complex from 272nd Street to Fraser Highway.
A future phase will see a fifth residential structure going up where the sale presentation centre is currently located on Fraser Highway, next to the planned 10-storey Vanetta building on Fraser Highway.
In response to a Langley Advance Times query, Fifth Avenue Real Estate Marketing said the first two phases of Aldergrove Town Centre, the first-phase Shortreed, Jackman, and Vanetta buildings and the second-phase Creekside building, were more than 95 per cent sold out and the presentation centre has been closed temporarily to get ready for the final release of homes.