The homes at G3 include open floorplans

The homes at G3 include open floorplans

Affordable lifestyle living at Guildford’s G3

G3 Developments is proving that good luck comes in threes.



Surrey’s Guildford neighbourhood is quickly becoming a vibrant place to live, work and play. Now, G3 Developments is adding to the excitement with G3.

With three buildings and 155 condominium suites in a range of studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom-and-den and two-bedroom floorplans, three is definitely a lucky number for G3, located just steps away from anything you could possibly need.

“You can walk to everything,” says sales manager Margaret Bird. “There’s easy access” to the rest of the Lower Mainland via the Port Mann Bridge, along with the convenience of living near Guildford Town Centre and the Guildford Recreation Centre and Library. You’re also within walking distance of parks, schools, shopping and restaurants, and just minutes away from Surrey City Centre by car.

The homes at G3 are spacious and modern, with stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms and a convenient eating bar perfect for a quick bite in the morning or as a place to gather while entertaining. The ceiling mount track lighting and pendant lights in the kitchen easily illuminate your tasks.

The bathrooms feature a quartz backsplash to complement the countertops, as well as wall mount vanity lights, soaker bathtubs and semi-frameless glass shower stalls and a sleek undermount sink.

Buyers can choose between two designer colour schemes, Sterling and Onyx. The homes include nine-foot ceilings (higher on the top floors), laminate hardwood flooring in the main living areas and lush carpeting in the bedrooms, along with a stacking front-load washer and dryer and storage and parking for every home.

Residents will also have access to the G3 residents lounge, which will include a gym, fireside lounge and a guest suite, among other things.

The biggest draw for buyers so far has been the value they get for their money.

“These price points are attractive,” Bird says, adding that first-time buyers have been particularly interested. She has also seen long-time area residents looking at the homes as part of their downsizing plans.

“They want to live near their kids, but not actually with them,” she says.

The first phase, called Premiere, has been selling well and Bird notes that buyers there will be able to move into their new home in March 2014. The second and third phases, Encore and Finale respectively, will be completely finished by next summer.

Homes at G3 start at $139,900 for a studio, $169,900 for a one-bedroom and $219,900 for a two-bedroom. For more information, go to g3living.ca, call 604-588-8238 or visit the showroom at 10439 154th Street, Surrey, open every day except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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