Peatt Commons West, due to open in June, is an award-winning, environmentally friendly building centrally located in the heart of Langford.

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Peatt Commons West offers eco-friendly, good value rental option in central Langford community

If you like the idea of being close to everything and living green in a pet-friendly community in Langford, a great new rental opportunity is coming your way.

Peatt Commons West, sister building to the East wing on Hockley Avenue, steps away from Peatt Road, is slated to open in early June and is accepting tenant applications now. If you’re looking for a ‘green’ living space, this building’s construction ticks many boxes, says Mara Robb, Senior Property Manager for Pemberton Holmes Property Management.

“The mass-timber construction of this Net-Zero Energy-Ready building can mean lower energy costs,” she says. “And its large, triple-glazed windows make a huge difference for natural lighting, sound and energy. Plus, the high level of insulation minimizes heat loss and cuts down on the noise level inside your suite.”

Whether you’re downsizing, moving closer to work or looking for a modern new living space in a thriving community, Peatt Commons West provides an eco-friendly lifestyle to meet your accommodation challenges:

  • Multiple layouts available – With one- and two-bedroom layouts in a variety of configurations, you’ve got flexibility. All of the suites are bright and feature open-concept kitchen/living room areas; six high-quality, energy-efficient appliances including dishwasher and in-suite laundry; easy-maintenance vinyl plank flooring and private balconies. Individual heat pump/AC units and separately metered utilities make watching your energy costs easier, and with rents starting at $1,350 per month, it all adds up to great value!
  • Unbeatable location – Peatt Commons West is a short walk from the vibrant Goldstream Avenue corridor, with its many dining and shopping options, or a few minutes’ drive to Westshore Town Centre, home to shopping, movie theatre and dining options. Heading to a football or rugby game or the bowling alley? City Centre Park and Westhills Stadium are just a wee bit further down Langford Parkway.
  • Pamper your pooch – Not only is the building pet-friendly, there’s a convenient self-service doggy spa/pet wash station at ground level. And the fenced, pet-friendly garden area is a perfect way for you both to get some fresh air without venturing too far! The building owners show further commitment to animals by supporting the local work of BC SPCA’s Wild ARC.
  • Ground floor suites provide easier access – If you need room to manoeuvre a wheelchair or other mobility aids, Peatt Commons West contains four accessible ground-floor suites. Each has wider doors, ample turning radius in the bathroom and bedroom, and wheelchair-accessible sinks, among other accessibility features.

Watch thepropertymanagers.ca for information on possible open house dates, but get your name on the wait list now by submitting your application online. Find more information at langfordapartments.com or call 250-478-7252. You can also visit Pemberton Holmes Property Management’s page on Facebook.

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The pet-friendly properties at Peatt Commons are ideally suited for singles, couples and small families.

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