Belvedere Neighborhood Seems to be Turning the Corner

A lot has changed since Belvedere’s inception, but it seems that they are in the process of turning the corner.

In May of this year, I noted that sales in Belvedere had been increasing, following up on an account from Bret in Belvedere about the neighborhood’s growing activity and energy.

The neighborhood has been struggling for quite a while, but it seems that now things really do seem to be looking up :

Belvedere is doing awesome! We now have 70 homes sold, with more under contract, several spec homes being built and only 15 spots left in Phase One! Our annual HOA meeting was just a few days ago and we are still thinking over all the information. The community voted a member onto the Board (a big deal, since we often have issues that need addressing and did not have any Board presence until now per the HOA agreement). The meeting was full of excellent and interesting news.

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A wonderful new addition to the project is the Senior Center now slotted for the first commercial land lot as you enter the development. This multi-generational space looks awesome. A representative from the Senior Center came and gave us a slide show about the new facility. They are busting at the seems over in their current facility on Pepsi Place. It looks fantastic and open to the public. I couldn’t imagine a better place to hang out if I was over 50! Exercise, social events, clubs, cafes, cookouts, classes of all kinds. It is a great addition to the project.

The Senior Center is a wonderful addition … shame there’s been no word about the SOCA soccer fields …

(if you’re looking for homes for sale in Belvedere, start here)


Update 27 September 2011: A visitor just asked what the median price for a home in Belvedere is … including single family and town homes:

Belvedere neighborhood median sales price
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