Charan S. Sethi

President at Tien Sher Group of Companies

Location:
4631 Shell Road, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Company:
Tien Sher Group of Companies
HQ Phone:
(604) 207-4633
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Last Updated 12/5/2017

General Information

Employment History

Realtor  - Re/Westcoast

Education

MLS Medallion  - 

Affiliations

Board Member  - Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association

Active Member  - Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association

Active Member  - Urban Development Institute

Member  - Area 15 Regional Planning Commission

Member  - DS BIA's Land Use

Active Member  - Richmond Chamber of Commerce

Web References  

Board of Directors - Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association

Charan Sethi
Founder & President, Tien Sher Group of Companies Charan Sethi laid the foundations of his highly successful development career during twenty-two years as one of Metro Vancouver's top realtors. Since emigrating from England in 1978, this visionary former machinist, turned real estate development entrepreneur, heads his large-scale land development venture throughout Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island creating varied commercial properties and over 1,800 residential units. He has received worldwide recognition and industry awards for innovating new housing models for shifting buyer needs. These models introduced 299 sq.ft. 'micro-suite' condos for transit-oriented downtown markets, demographically inclusive communities of luxury townhomes with one-bedroom starters plus British Columbia's first six-storey wood-frame condominium building. Sethi has large land holdings in City Centre. He owns "Quattro" block community as well as over four acres on the "Flamingo" block to develop additional three towers with residential and commercial space generating new jobs in the Heritage Whalley District - Gateway to the New City Centre. Sethi also has a deep commitment to his new community, contributing to many community events, projects and fundraisers, such as Movie under the Stars, Surrey Christmas Bureau and the Quattro Street Fair.

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2017 Surrey Business Award Finalists Announced - Surrey Board of Trade

Charan Sethi, Tien Sher Group of Companies

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The South Fraser Blog: May 2010

I recently had an opportunity to meet Mr. Charan Sethi of the Tien Sher Group of Companies (the developer of Quattro 3) in the Whalley area of Surrey.
Many members of the general public think that developers are simply cash-grabbing money grubbers that are only concerned with the almighty Loonie. While a few bad apples seem to spoil the bunch, Charan Sethi is just not that kind of developer. I knew a little bit about Quattro and their latest Quattro 3 offering from the press and some information I obtained from presentation centre staff. What I did not know was that Charan Sethi has one huge passion for doing the right thing and making Whalley a model community. Charan "gets it". I could have listened to the man and his vision all day and our time together just flew right on by. Charan believes firmly that developers in an area like Whalley have a social responsibility to attract people that will change the neighbourhood in a positive way. You can throw together some cheap units, cash out and leave, or you can stay and become a "social engineer". Charan has clearly taken the social engineering path. Quattro is a development built on a foundation of quality and affordability. It is a delicate balance to provide quality materials and furnishings, while keeping the price within reason for an area like Whalley that is in transition. As I walked the property with Charan from Quattro 1 over to 2, he was constantly pointing out features that he sprang to upgrade. Firstly, the buildings are architectural interest built into them from the exterior with crafted top edgings in place of simple square corners. Every run has an inset or other unique feature. Many of the accent items like the decorative overhang of the parkade were specified by the architect to be of wood materials. But it became evident to Charan that black painted steel would be more attractive and much more durable.

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