From 26 storeys up, the view from Abbotsford’s tallest building, Mahogany Tower, is a phenomenal look at the burgeoning city, including of nearby Mill Lake Park. Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News

Construction on Abbotsford’s tallest building nears completion

The 26-storey Mahogany Tower is located at 2180 Gladwin Road, near Mill Lake

Most condo buyers at Abbotsford’s tallest tower will be able to move into their new suites by Christmas, developers say as construction nears completion on Mahogany Tower.

The 26-storey Mahogany Tower is the tallest in Abbotsford, and boasts a stunning view of Mill Lake.

Watch above, as The News got a tour of the building, still in construction, including a look at the view from the roof.

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The 26-storey Mahogany Tower will be the tallest building in Abbotsford, with owners of the high-end condos set to be moving in by Christmas, according to the developers. Ken Goudswaard/Abbotsford News

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