A rendering of the Belmont Apartment Buildings which are targeted for 3130 Jacklin Rd. (Courtesy of Woodsmere Holdings Corp.)

New apartment buildings move forward in Langford

Belmont Place Apartments on Jacklin Road will feature 222 units when finished

It’s no secret that the population is booming on the West Shore and especially in Langford.

That’s why Victoria-based Woodsmere Holdings Corp. has begun construction on a new development at 3130 Jacklin Rd., near the Sooke School District’s office.

President and founder Danny Jadresko said they were approached about building in Langford and after doing some research they decided to move forward with the project.

“Stew [Young] was actively and aggressively urging us to look at Langford to invest in, so we did,” he explained.

Belmont Place Apartments is being developed on roughly 5.12 acres of land. The development will consist of three 74-unit buildings with five storeys of residential on top of concrete parking structures for a combined total of 222 units.

Each apartment building will include 29 one-bedroom units, 25 two-bedroom units, 15 two-bedroom units with two bathrooms, and five three-bedroom units with two bathrooms, which will be maintained and operated by Woodsmere Holdings.

It is estimated that one-bedroom units will rent for roughly $1,200 per month, two-bedroom for $1,700 per month and three-bedroom for close to $2,000.

Woodsmere Holdings Corp. has completed the rezoning application and received development permits.

A completion date is tentatively scheduled for spring 2019. The City of Langford still has to approve permit plans for the project.

For more information, visit woodsmere.ca/langford-development.

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