Belmont Residences West is a five-storey, 80-unit condominium residence situated along the Galloping Goose Regional Trail near Jacklin Avenue in Langford on Victoria's West Shore.
The building is the first phase of condominiums adjacent to Langford's Belmont Market shopping centre on lands formerly occupied by Belmont Secondary School.
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- Minimum 9 foot ceilings in all homes
- Laundry is effortless with a stacking Whirlpool® 2.9 Cu. Ft. with 5.9 Cu Ft dryer or; side-by-side Amana® 4.0 cu.ft. washer and 6.5 Cu. Ft. dryer
- A multi-USB port is conveniently located in every kitchen
- TV outlets and telephone jacks are located where you need them
- Each home is wired for today’s technology and for the future with multi-port and Cat-5e wiring
- A contemporary, solid paint grade door with polished chrome hardware welcomes you home
- Interior doors feature a modern design and polished chrome lever handles
- Choose from two designer-selected, West Coast contemporary colour schemes: the airy, fresh Trail scheme or the warm, earthy Market arrangement
- Wide plank wood laminate flooring creates continuity with main living areas
- Expansive low-E windows maximize sunlight, improve energy efficiency
- Elegant swinging patio doors open onto balconies
- KitchenAid® 30” 5-Burner Gas Cooktop with continuous cast-iron grates
- Self-cleaning 30” KitchenAid® wall oven with Even-HeatTM True Convection
- 30” KitchenAid® stainless steel 1.6 cu.ft. microwave oven and trim kit
- KitchenAid® EnergyStar ExtendFreshTM Temperature Management refrigerator
- KitchenAid® 24” Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher in PrintShield Stainless with Third Level Rack
- 30” AEG Perfekt Glide slimline, telescopic range hood
- Retreat to bathrooms and ensuites rich in spa-inspired details
- Relax in a contemporary rectangular soaker tub with polished chrome fixtures
- Step into an oversized spa-style shower with frameless shower doors, hand shower (all ensuites and most second bathrooms) and feature wood-look mosaic hexagonal tile
- Premium quartz stone countertops and large format porcelain tile flooring create a sleek, elegant look
- Oversized medicine cabinet mirrors beautifully lit with sleek LED vanity light
- Flat-panel floating cabinets feature slim brushed chrome pulls
- Dual flush water closets help to reduce water consumption
- Dine, entertain and cook in style in an elegant, well-designed kitchen
- Contemporary flat-panel custom cabinetry with slim brushed chrome pulls on lower cabinets
- Premium quartz stone countertops and a full-height woodlike tile backsplash
- Preparation and cleanup are a snap with undermount double sink in stainless steel and trendy matte black single-lever faucet with telescopic vegetable spray
- Experience the everyday luxury of well-designed kitchen details, including sleek under-cabinet lighting
nobody is hiding the bosa program i don't think.
if bosa wants a citified feature article on their program they probably have to pay though.
I think you can appreciate the can of worms this could open.
"So, Bosa, what you're saying is this program is really only beneficial if I want to move to Vancouver?"
"No no, that's not what we're saying at all. We may have inventory locally."
"Yeah, but that article on Citified I read made it sound like the purpose of your program is to get us to buy in Vancouver?"
"No no, that's not it at all."
"But it sure sounded like that. Because those guys at Ledcor have local inventory I can buy. Why don't you?"
Anyways, we've dragged this out for too long. I'll be happy to cover Bosa's program when they have a story that will resonate with locals to the degree Ledcor's did.
As a buyer at the Wade I went in to learn about the units at 1008 and they talked about the program.
There is nothing wrong with their program but I can see why they are not promoting it like they would be if they had something to sell anywhere in Victoria. Real-estate is a game of image and sensitivity to the local market and they would get laughed out of town if they promoted renting in Victoria with a program to buy in Vancouver. I can see what shoeflack is saying but now is not the time to lump Bosa into a rent-to-own discussion.
Further complicating the Bosa program is the belief that they are behind Dockside Green. I've already had to correct several colleagues who didn't realize that Bosa Properties (1008 Pandora) is not Bosa Development (Empress; Dockside Green).
Back to Belmont, the first condominium will be completing next spring. I'm pleasantly surprised at the level of finishing at Crossing, I honestly was not expecting such exterior build quality.
With the second building's release this month, the developer is offering up to $500 in a moving allowance for new tenants during a busy and expensive time of the year for many. The move-in dates are also flexible with a hassle-free move-in option.
Newly launched rent-to-own Langford rentals offering Holiday moving allowances, tenant perks
156-suite rental component of MyBelmont community in Langford represents changing attitudes towards Westshore housing.