Aspire at Belmont Bay in Woodbridge, Virginia, offers the opportunity to add new chapters to your already amazing story – every day. Our community is the perfect balance between a quiet retreat with plenty of privacy and the active social calendar you crave. Enjoy restaurant-style dining when it fits in your schedule, explore the beauty of our common spaces inside and outside or pursue activities that stimulate your creativity. Choose from a large variety of floor plans — and make it unique as only you can with your decorating style. And since you’re in Northern Virginia, you can always discover new restaurants, diverse music offerings, world-class art events and historical sites at every turn, along with great shopping. Come tour our community — then make it your home.
At Aspire, you can spend your time exactly the way you want to. Here’s a sample of the services we handle and the amenities we provide that give you more time to do what you love:
Anytime Dining turns meals into events, giving Aspire a resort atmosphere. In our retirement living community, you decide when you want to eat, where and with whom. Peruse the menu at The Aspire Dining Room or visit the Tavern for a full-service bar and bistro restaurant. Or, if you’re having company, invite them to The Royals Private Dining Room, where you can enjoy extraordinary meals in a private setting. We also have outdoor dining patios and firepits so you can make the most of the beautiful days and evenings.
Being a resident of Aspire at Belmont Bay means you have your pick of 11 spacious floor plans, each with beautiful details. Whether you prefer a cozy one-bedroom or a roomy two-bedroom apartment, we have a layout you can personalize and settle into. Explore our floor plans and find your favorite.
Your life and your budget are always under your control when you move to our Northern Virginia retirement community. There are no large upfront costs, just all-inclusive luxury retirement living.
You and your family should have all the information you need before deciding on a retirement community. Our team is here to help. Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions we hear. If you have a question that isn’t answered, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’ll help you find the answers you need.
Senior living communities are often referred to as “retirement communities” or 55+ apartments because they offer homes for people who are close to or at retirement. Some have age restrictions, but others do not. Homes are in a community where adults want to maintain active, engaged lifestyles without the usual daily tasks and chores of homeownership. In other words, retirement living communities are designed to help you maximize your retirement years. Amenities like laundry and housekeeping, restaurant-style dining and transportation are all options depending on what you value most. You have complete freedom to continuing doing the things you want to do, while offloading the tasks you don’t enjoy.
Retirement living may be a good option for you if:
No. Retirement living and assisted living are two different senior living options. Retirement living is for independent individuals who are active and have the ability to take care of their own needs, with some minor assistance. Assisted living provides a greater degree of support with daily living activities. Neither retirement living nor assisted living provide the extensive care of a nursing home facility. Here are the main differences between retirement living and assisted living:
Change can be challenging, but moving to a retirement living community that fits your lifestyle will make transition easier. The right community will make it easy for you to meet people and making new friends, get involved in events and programs and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with fewer responsibilities and less stress. You’ll settle in faster than you think and feel at home in the right retirement living community.
Take a tour! Visiting the retirement living community that interests you is the best way to learn whether it’s right for you or not. Meet community members, staff and residents, peruse the community event calendar, walk around the grounds and common spaces, tour a private apartment and ask the team questions.