A town centre and a neighbourhood in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, Guildford is the place to be. Along 104 Avenue and 152 Street, it’s recognized for its shopping corridors. There is a 200-store shopping centre at this crossroads (also known as the Guildford Shopping Centre). Guildford is the town’s official name, taken from the English town of the same name.
As a whole, Guildford is relatively large, yet locals believe it to be centred around the town centre and its immediate surroundings. The Expo 86 fairgrounds’ 86-meter (282-foot) tall flagpole, which held the record for the world’s highest flagpole at the time, is a well-known landmark in Guildford. The City of Surrey owns and operates the Guildford Recreation Centre, which serves the recreational requirements of residents in the area. Since the 2016 census, Guildford’s population has risen to 60,745.
Guildford is located in the northeastern section of the city of Surrey, with its northern border on the Fraser River, its western border extending to around 144th Street, and its eastern border abutting the city of Langley on 196th Street. Cloverdale’s southern border with Fleetwood is around 84th and 80th Avenue, while its southern border with Cloverdale is approximately 96th Avenue.
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada’s Guildford Town Centre is a shopping mall. Ivanhoé Cambridge, a Quebec-based real estate corporation, owns it. It is the third-largest shopping centre in British Columbia, behind Metropolis at Metrotown in Burnaby and Park Royal Shopping Centre in West Vancouver, in terms of square footage in the Lower Mainland south of the Fraser River. With a total leasable area of 111,816.6 square metres (1,203,584 square feet), the shopping centre houses over 250 retailers, services, and restaurants, including the likes of Hudson’s Bay and Walmart, London Drugs, Old Navy, and Uniqlo. It aimed to break the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest carrot cake on their 50th anniversary in 2016.