How #MyBelmont has quickly become the new heart of the Westshore

Entering the construction of Phase 3, Belmont Residences East is building on its early buzz!

The team gathers for a fun ground breaking event at Belmont Residences East in Langford, BC.

With #MyBelmont starting construction on the third phase on Nov. 4, the 85-unit Belmont Residences East condominiums make finding the perfect home for Langford residents as easy as 1-2-3 – literally. With the first two phases creating quite the buzz, it’s no surprise that these units are also selling fast!

The award-winning #MyBelmont is backed by a talented team that’s brings the best to the city.

The award-winning #MyBelmont is backed by a talented team that’s brings the best to the city.

If you’re looking for a few reasons to adopt the enviable #MyBelmont lifestyle, here are six:

  1. The location supports a balanced lifestyle: Proximity to a beautiful natural environment and abundant urban resources, Belmont Residences East skillfully balances the two in a beautiful blend of city and nature. From outdoor opportunities like the Galloping Goose trail on your doorstep to the amenities of Belmont Market right here at home, there’s something for everyone!
  2. Affordable & attainable: The newest addition has almost 40 per cent of homes priced below $399,900 and 75 per cent of homes below $499,900 – making a premium living experience within your reach.
  3. Fostering community relationships: #MyBelmont strives to create relationships and interactions within the community. They’ve created a neighbourhood design that encourages connections, including a plaza where all buildings converge and Belmont Club. In this place, families can gather and neighbours can meet.
  4. The features you want: The buildings and units all offer many outstanding characteristics, special touches and signature accents – no wonder they’re selling quick. Equipped with everything you need to support your West Coast lifestyle with security and peace of mind. Enjoy secure underground storage and parking, with dedicated bike and kayak storage areas. Bike cleaning and repair stations and electric vehicle charging stations are included as well – no matter what adventure you’re planning, they’ve got you covered. The units are also pet-friendly, so your furry companion can join in on the fun too!
  5. Planning is approved: Belmont Crossing is backed by a skilled team of professionals who have the experience to make sure the entire process – from planning, selling, breaking ground to moving in – runs smoothly.
  6. Multi award-winning community: The #MyBelmont team brings the best to the city, and they’ve got the awards to prove it:
  • 2020 VIBE Award for Residential Community of the Year
  • 2019 Best New Condo Development in the Greater Victoria area in Black Press Media Best of the City Awards – with more than 83,000 votes received!
  • 2019 Victoria West Shore Community – Best Development & Home Builder Award for the #MyBelmont Master Plan Community
A perfect day to enter phase three for #MyBelmont.

A perfect day to enter phase three for #MyBelmont.

Belmont Residences East offers first-time home buyers, working professionals and those looking to downsize the opportunity to live in a highly regarded, secure and fully equipped community.

Visit their Sales Centre in person or register online today for your chance to life your best Belmont life!


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