Woodbridge senior community set to open August 2020
A new active senior community is under construction in Prince William County near the Occoquan River and Belmont Bay. Aspire at Belmont Bay, a 124-unit rental property, is set to open in August 2020, according to a statement by the community’s manager, Solvere Living.
Located on Clear Lake Circle in Woodbridge, the four-story, 113,178-square-foot apartment building includes an indoor pool, fitness center, salon and spa, art studio, theater, meeting and game rooms. The grounds will feature walking trails, a full-service restaurant with a main dining room and private dining room, and a bistro-style restaurant and bar. The rental office opened in October.
Rent starts at $2,995 per month, along with a one-time community fee of $2,500, and includes utilities, landscaping, dining plans, weekly housekeeping, programs and events, and maintenance and repairs. The manager expects to create 35 full-time jobs to run the property.
Missouri-based J. Price Architecture Inc. designed the project, and Arlington general contractor Bonaventure is the community’s owner and developer. Solvere Living, the operations management division of Florida-based Solutions Advisors Group, will manage the property.