Belmont Village nearing completion in Lakeway

An aerial view from late 2017 shows the structure of Belmont Village Lakeway. The assisted-living facility is located on 10 acres at RM 620 and Bella Montagna Circle in Lakeway.

An aerial view from late 2017 shows the structure of Belmont Village Lakeway. The assisted-living facility is located on 10 acres at RM 620 and Bella Montagna Circle in Lakeway.

Belmont Village Lakeway is rising along RM 620 at 107 Bella Montagna Circle, just south of Lexus of Lakeway. The four-level tiered facility—three levels and a garden level on a sloping property—is approximately 130,000 square feet and will have 156 private apartments for independent living, assisted living and memory care, company documents showed.


The Mediterranean-style building will offer expansive common areas and signature amenities, including professionally managed wellness and therapy programs, a full-service salon, an outdoor heated swimming pool and a theater.


Residents will enjoy chef-prepared meals; housekeeping and transportation services; enrichment and social activities; award-winning memory programs; and support from a well-trained staff, including a licensed nurse on-site full time.


Belmont Village is spread over 10 acres with a third of the property to be left as impervious cover. The facility will contribute to the 1,198 units of senior housing that is planned or existing in the Lakeway area.


Belmont Village Lakeway is the Houston-based company’s 28th senior living community, and it is expected to open early this summer.  The project will be Belmont’s second in the Greater Austin area. Belmont Village West Lake Hills at 4310 Bee Caves Road opened in 2014.



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