Located near shopping, dining and recreation, with easy access to the University of the Fraser Valley and the Abbotsford Regional Hospital, welcome home to Midtown Club Suites.

Midtown residents are loving the live-work lifestyle

Innovative project puts you in the heart of it all

Abbotsford is growing up.

Today, urban opportunities complement the longstanding natural amenities that have drawn families here for decades, meaning you no longer need to choose between career and lifestyle. You can build a both a great career AND a life that allows for family, recreation and community.

Now, Abbotsford also has a residential rental development to match those needs.

Welcome home to Midtown

With three contemporary, well-appointed buildings set around an expansive, beautifully landscaped greenspace, Midtown Club Suites is designed a little differently from traditional rental developments, including professional management staff right on-site.

Residents in the fully-rented Building 1 are already loving their bright and spacious, upscale homes just steps from shopping, dining, recreation and transportation, and looking forward to welcoming their new neighbours in Building 2 Oct. 1, and to Building 3 in December.

Who’s moving to Midtown?

The city’s growing population boasts an educated workforce embracing the many local career opportunities – including two prominent entries among BC’s top employers, the University of the Fraser Valley and Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre.

Young families, working professionals and those seeking more bang for their buck love that there’s no need to battle daily traffic to Vancouver – they can build a rewarding career right here at home, allowing more time to enjoy what they love: ample green space, diverse communities with a rich cultural heritage, world-class education and healthcare, access to farms and great culinary experiences, and outdoor recreation on their doorstep (and yes, they can even get outfitted for their adventure next door at Cabelas!)

For Midtown residents, it gets even better.

The brand new pedestrian overpass offers a direct link between Midtown and the University District, with the University of the Fraser Valley an easy walk to work or class. After work, hit the Abbotsford Entertainment Centre for a concert or game on your way home, or head into historic downtown Abbotsford, with its unique family shops and restaurants.

Another community focal point, Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre, is less than a five-minute commute from your front door, or enjoy a leisurely 25-minute walk to work!

For those times you DO want to explore, Highway 1 is right outside your front door, taking you to the bright lights of the “big city” in just 45 minutes, or to the global possibilities awaiting at the Abbotsford International Airport, where passenger growth has jumped by close to 200,000 in just a few years – from 487,833 in 2015 to 677,653 in 2017.

Others are definitely seeing the many possibilities of this “city in country.”

To learn more about joining the Midtown community, visit today at 1865 Salton Rd. in Abbotsford, or online at midtown-abbotsford.com or give them a call at 604-776-1818. Applications are first-come, first served – apply early for the best selection!


With easy access to the Abbotsford International Airport, business travel and getaways are easier than ever.

From your new home at Midtown Club Suites, get out and enjoy the hiking, biking, fishing and other outdoor pursuits on your doorstep.

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