DEVELOPMENT IN MISSION
Mission is well on its way to becoming what we believe will be one of the hottest real estate markets over the next decade. In its current state, both Cedar Valley and the Downtown are seeing solid progression/revitalization. This development has been primarily generated from local developers and small to midsize development projects.
What is exciting to us can be described as a sleeping giant in the Fraser Valley, the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area. Through the last few decades, these 3,440 acres have seen a roller coaster of changes. Several developers have assembled land in hopes of servicing and developing the area but up until the last 2 years, no developer has taken the initiative to undertake the Official Community Plan approach. Polygon Homes has lead the charge by initiating a Master Infrastructure Strategy alongside the City of Mission, which will set the groundwork for servicing routes and is a pre-requisite to commencing land use planning. We expect many more developers to flock this area in the coming years given its land mass and lower land costs.
Mission’s council has been progressive in their approach to development, supporting ongoing initiatives while also being aware that the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area will nearly double the city’s size over the next 50 years.
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MISSION IN DETAIL
The District of Mission is nestled on a southern coastal mountain slope, overlooking the lush valley of the mighty Fraser River. Founded in 1892, Mission, BC was originally inhabited by the Stó:lō First Nations people, and today this rapidly growing and dynamic centre is home to a population of some 38,000 residents.
Ideally situated, Mission is just a 15-minute drive from the US border, and approximately 70 kilometres east of the City of Vancouver. Mission is surrounded by the incredible beauty of mountainous vistas and natural forest settings. Our climate is warm in the summer and mild and wet in the winter. Flowers bloom most of the year, as the area is naturally hospitable to a wide variety or plant life and vegetation. Topographically, Mission enjoys an immense variation of hillsides and gullies which maintain natural neighbourhood enclosures, spectacular views, and a sense of permanence.
Data provided by City of Surrey, Statistics Canada, Landcor Data Corporation, Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB), and Commercial Edge.
Although the information shown above is accurate to the best of our knowledge, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data provided.