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Real Estate News | December 3, 2020

We are beyond excited to announce that we are now SOLD OUT at Alexander Square! We are thrilled to welcome the final homeowners to the Alexander Square community.

Since 2013, Willoughby has steadily been growing into an active urban centre…..


Alexander Square will become home to over 300 new homeowners who will enjoy living across from Willoughby’s Town Centre, featuring shops, restaurants, yoga, parks, schools, plus easy access to Highway 1, Golden Ears Way, and Fraser Highway. And you’re only a short drive to Willowbrook Mall, Walnut Grove, and the historic Fort Langley.


These homes have been designed to make living every day an incredible experience. Interiors at Alexander Square feature a modern style with efficient plans that let you live in a functional space, with bright and airy open layouts that give you room to breathe. Why would you settle for anything less Alexander Square is designed to build community spirit. Meet neighbours and friends in the landscaped courtyard or entertain guests on your common rooftop patio or in the entertainment lounge with a full kitchen.

The new residences at Alexander Square will enjoy shared garden plots adding to the lively green space. Relax, unwind, and get to know fellow green thumbs. Work up a sweat in the convenient fitness studio or enjoy one of the two rooftop patio spaces to enhance lifestyle and space.


In the early 1900s, a man named Willoughby H. Singer saw the potential of this land becoming a thriving community. The area soon became a peaceful home to many pioneering families and settlers. 208th Street was originally named Alexander Road, and Alexander Square is named to honour its pioneering history and hometown spirit. Willoughby begins here, at Alexander Square.

Family and friends enjoying a picnic in Langley in 1927. Pioneering families established a community centred on Alexander Road (208 Street(and Scholes Road (83 Avenue). By 1921, a school, community hall and a general store were built for a growing rural population.


RDG Management = Craft, Science, Business…Spark. Building homes and maximizing density is standard. It happens on plots of land across the Lower Mainland every day, but you aren’t looking for that. Your home is a source of pride and you want something different. Something that only comes from the ability to look beyond the barriers of building a dream that some say isn’t possible. And that’s where the spark comes in; synergy born from a practiced balance of craft, science and business to make a little magic. It underscores the collaborative innovation that creates unique solutions to overcome barriers and turn vision into reality.

If you’re interested in any other RDG Management projects, head to their website for currently selling and upcoming communities!

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