New Senior Living Community Coming to Northern Virginia and D.C. Metro Area

WOODBRIDGE, VA–To better serve the growing senior living demand in the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. metro area, a new state-of-the-art active senior community is under construction. Aspire at Belmont Bay will provide high-end inspired senior living in a resort style setting, featuring an abundance of rich amenities and services in a vibrant and active environment.

Located near the Occoquan and Potomac rivers at 13875 Clear Lake Circle, Woodbridge, the four-story 113,178 square-foot apartment building will provide 124 one and two bedroom monthly rental apartments, available in seven floorplans which include balconies or patios.

Amenities will include an indoor open-air pool, fitness center, salon and spa, art studio, theater, meeting and game rooms. There will be beautifully landscaped grounds with walking trails, a patio, gazebo, private gardening areas, outdoor dining with fire pit and much more.

Aspire at Belmont Bay also will feature a full-service restaurant, complete with a main dining room, private dining room and The Tavern bistro-style restaurant and bar—all open to the public. Residents will be provided with numerous social, educational and spiritual programs and events.

Managed by Solvere Living, the operations management division of St. Petersburg, Florida-based Solutions Advisors Group (SAG), Aspire at Belmont Bay’s sales office is open at 1455 Old Bridge Road, Suite 105, Woodbridge. The community is slated to open in August, 2020.

“We are very excited about managing the exceptional Aspire at Belmont Bay and bringing its luxurious, inspiring and resort-style atmosphere to Woodbridge and the D.C. metro area,” said Kristin Ward, President and CEO of Solutions Advisors Group. “We are providing residents an environment of rich amenities, engaging programs and events, along with the best in quality of life and services. The location and atmosphere is lush, elegant and private, and also offers easy access to Northern Virginia and Washington D.C.’s plethora of international, historic, cultural, recreational and entertainment attractions.”

Aspire at Belmont Bay will also feature Solvere Living’s proprietary wellness philosophy Salus™. Latin for well-being, Salus is a holistic approach that focuses on each resident’s potential to achieve his or her personal goals through engagement and connections.

“Our Salus program is designed for more successful and healthier aging and helps people sustain their physical, intellectual and social abilities into their ‘90s and beyond,” Ward said.

Some of the many services include concierge, around the clock security, emergency response system in each apartment, maintenance and repairs, scheduled transportation, snow and trash removal and basic cable.

Aspire at Belmont Bay is expected to create more than 35 full times positions in the immediate future. The owner/developer of the community is Arlington Virginia-based Bonaventure, and Belmont Bay marks the second of its Aspire communities.

Founded in 1999 by Dwight Dunton  III, Bonaventure is a rapidly growing general contractor, with areas of expertise in multifamily and senior living new construction and renovations. It also holds a full suite of multifamily property management and investment capabilities with a portfolio of apartment homes in two states and 22 communities.

The architectural firm is J. Price Architecture, Inc., based in Liberty, Missouri. Founded by Jeffrey C. Price in 1999, the full service company has an extensive and diverse portfolio of commercial development projects throughout the Midwest and East Coast in a 20 state area.

SAG is comprised of Solvere Living, the operations management division; Solutions Advisors, the marketing, advertising, sales, consulting services; and the SA Digital division. SAG is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and committed to serving the growing senior living industry. The firm employs more than 300 staff, with 35 clients across 15 states. Its Solvere Living division currently operates 13 communities in eight states, including Florida, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Texas, Maryland, Virginia and Oklahoma.