Belvedere is an integrated community with so much more to offer than just a place to live.
Belvedere is different from other planned communities. Here, you’ll find so much more than just a standard, residential design. At Belvedere, a variety of Charlottesville neighborhood partners are integrated into this warm and welcoming place. Together, we make up the amazing community that we’re proud to call Belvedere.
The Center at Belvedere
The Center at Belvedere, a meeting and activity hub for the community’s seniors, will also be located on six acres at the entrance to Belvedere. Once completed, The Center will provide the community with added conveniences, meeting places for neighbors of all ages and the perfect place to stroll on a quiet evening.
As an important benefit to our multi-generational walkable neighborhood, the future Center at Belvedere (as determined by their commissioned study by UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service) will be a functional, tailored space with a variety of activities, education, and services centered on holistic wellness—promoting longer, healthier, happier lives. Encouraging healthy aging initiatives and positive social interaction are two key values our community holds dear. To learn more or donate to the building fund, visit: seniorcenterinc.org/community/whats-next.
SOCA @ Belvedere
Soccer Organization of Charlottesville-Albemarle (SOCA) is the premier local provider for soccer programming, serving more than 5,500 youth and adult soccer enthusiasts. Belvedere has donated the land to help SOCA create a vibrant, mixed-use neighborhood that best serves our community. The full campus will be constructed in three phases. Once complete, SOCA @ Belvedere will be the permanent headquarters for the club. The community will serve as host to SOCA’s office and field house, as well as a showcase field with synthetic turf and lights and a four field soccer park.
The Reserve at Belvedere
When designing Belvedere, we planned a community that would appeal to a mosaic of different people, in different phases of life. For those who want to live here, but prefer to rent, The Reserve offers luxury apartments and townhomes with open floorplans and one, two or three bedroom designs. The Reserve has pedestrian friendly blocks, authentic architecture and quality public and recreational spaces, reflecting Belvedere’s overall vision. The Reserve is designed so that residents can enjoy an extensive amenity package that includes: a 16,000 sq. ft. clubhouse with a chef’s kitchen, 24-hour business center and fitness center, cardio theater, cyber café, movie theater, billiards, ping pong and WIFI hot spots. A professionally landscaped park features a putting green and bocce court. Adjacent to the clubhouse is a resort-style, saltwater pool, hot tub with cascading fountain, cabana with men’s and women’s restrooms and a veranda featuring outdoor fireplace, gas grill and kiddie pool. In addition, there is a sport court, tot lot and walking trails.
This complex is constructed by Cathcart Construction and professionally managed by Cathcart Property Management. For more information, call: 434-296-6200 or visit us on the web at liveatbelvedere.com.
Fairview Swim and Tennis Club
Having the Fairview Swim and Tennis Club adjacent to Belvedere with an active junior swim team, adult and junior tennis program, swimming and tennis lessons, and social activities throughout the year, is like having these amenities in your own backyard. The club facilities include three swimming pools, four lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, sand volleyball court and a snack bar. And, Fairview is home to one of Central Virginia’s top swim teams celebrated for its dominant success in the Jefferson Swim League. Affordable memberships are available. For more information, visit Fairview.Avenue.org.
The mission of the Rivanna Trails Foundation is to promote, create and protect pathways, trails and greenways in the Rivanna River Watershed that connect communities and people to one another and to nature. We are a volunteer organization supported solely by tax-deductible contributions, and believe that community-wide trails serve as a resource for nature-related recreation, environmental education, and human-powered transportation.