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Today’s climate of physical distancing and stay-at-home orders has required closure of non-essential services and hyper-vigilance about reducing social contact.

#MyBelmont continues to support and serve condo browsers and buyers throughout the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with most interactions taking place online.

In the interest of keeping employees and the public safe, it’s “business as un-usual” with offers to personalize virtual tours and appointments for anyone seeking more information about a new home.

Ledcor Property Investments Ltd. is very pleased to announce that the Crossing at Belmont rental building has been purchased by Killam Apartment REIT.

This is a big win for Ledcor, the #MyBelmont team, and the Langford area community.

Today’s climate of physical distancing and stay-at-home orders has required closure of non-essential services and hyper-vigilance about reducing social contact.

#MyBelmont continues to support and serve condo browsers and buyers throughout the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with most interactions taking place online.

In the interest of keeping employees and the public safe, it’s “business as un-usual” with offers to personalize virtual tours and appointments for anyone seeking more information about a new home.

What’s New?

Belmont Residences East is an exciting evolution of earlier Belmont Residence West homes with new design elements, including:
• Nordic-inspired interiors showcasing clean lines with light muted colours complemented by warm wood tones and textures creating contrast with the trendy black stainless steel appliances creating a harmonious, balanced effect.
• Technologically enhanced materials. Premium materials that are more durable and resilient.
• New layouts, like the one-bedroom + flex unit, brings homeownership within the realm of possibility for more people. 40% of the homes are under $399,900. Unit sizes range from 648 to 1,191 sq. ft.

This latest phase in the #MyBelmont vision “Opens More Doors to Home Ownership” according to Director of Development, Marcela Corzo.

OK it was kind of unusual to have a Council Meeting at the City Centre Grill on Tuesday, February 25; but, hey, this was a Langford Council Meeting and they told us they something BIG they wanted the community to know about.

They were right! It was a night with a number of huge, surprising announcements about planned future community projects that are coming to Langford. It’s hard to think of anything this impressive in recent memory that even compares to it!

Last night, a surprise announcement in true City of Langford form and fanfare happened in front of approximately 125 business and community stakeholders. It was a Langford Council meeting, in a Pub, to let the Westshore community know that they intend to focus on the Arts & Culture, Entertainment and Hospitality sectors for the next 5 years.

New year, new beginnings. If home ownership in the West Shore is on your mind, rent-to-own at Crossing at Belmont is a great first step!

While the two rental buildings are now 70% occupied, with 108 of the 156 units already rented, there is still a good selection of unit types still available for you to look at. You’ll be pleased to notice that all units include high-end features to provide you and your family with the kind of convenience and comfortable living experience you would expect to see in premium units.

Some 15 years ago, the City of Langford set out to rebrand itself as the sport tourism destination in British Columbia. Already home to Golf Canada, Cycling Canada and Rugby Canada, there’s still lots more to come in 2020.

Look out for a new boxing training facility to house Boxing BC headquarters at City Centre Park. The facility will help build B.C.’s provincial boxing team as well as local competitive boxers—not to mention providing our local community with another great option for recreational fitness, health and wellness.

From the beginning, Crossing at Belmont set a new standard for rental living in the West Shore. With its unique blend of urban-meets-suburban lifestyle alongside the Galloping Goose Trail, numerous parks, lakes and outdoor spaces, it’s no surprise it has become one of Vancouver Island’s most anticipated rental developments.

This fall, Crossing at Belmont started welcoming its first tenants to their new homes. From comments received, tenants are super thrilled with their new condo accommodations. The combination of nearby family conveniences and modern finishes is what has impressed them the most.

In 2019, Maclean’s magazine gathered data on 415 communities across Canada to identify the best spots to live in Canada. They were looking for what they call “supercharged small towns”—communities with rural charm with close access to urban jobs. They defined a “community” as a town or city with its own mayor.

They selected and compared 415 communities using the following categories: wealth and economy, affordability, population growth, taxes, commute, crime, weather, access to health care, amenities and culture.

And guess what? Three of our West Shore municipalities made the list as towns that are offering an attractive alternative to big-city living!

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