Welcome to Lakeside West Condominiums in Langford, BC 

Lakeside West incentive: $10,000 price reduction off list price - limited time offering

Welcome to Langford’s next multi-use, family friendly development.

Introducing 78 units consisting of 1-bed, 1-bed + den, 2 bed  & 2-bed + den condominiums near Langford Lake. Condominiums with  inviting, minimalist, Scandinavian-inspired interiors, superior fit-and-finish, quality appliances and excellent building amenities. Homes designed for effortless living.

Lakeside West - only five percent down until completion

Contact our Sales Team and provide 5% down towards your deposit to secure your choice condominium.

FINISHINGS

Timeless Style…Quiet Luxury with simple, understated details.

Lakeside West Condominiums - Living Room
Lakeside West Condominiums - Living Room angled left
Lakeside West Condominiums - looking over island into living room.
Lakeside West Condominiums looking into den
Lakeside West Condominiums - Master Bedroom
Lakside West Condominiums - Ensuite

3D Walk Through

Take a walk through Unit B1: One of our 2-bed + den, 2-bath condos

Ideal Location

Lakeside West will be located on the corner of Leigh Road and Dunford Avenue in Langford, BC.  Our new address will be 2885 Leigh Road, Victoria, BC V9S 4G5

LANGFORD LIVING

Unique, Adult Education Campus Set to Open in the Heart of Langford in Spring 2025.

Latest News by Lakeside West

Located on Peatt Road, this new facility will host students from the University of Victoria, Camosun College, Justice Institute of BC, Royal Roads University, and The Sooke School District, to provide adult students with more choices for their studies.

It will be a five-story, one stop-shop campus.

“This is the future of post-secondary education,” said Philip Steenkamp, President, and Vice-Chancellor of Royal Roads University. “It will be unique in Canada.”

The campus will offer a variety of programs, including paramedic training by the Justice Institute of BC, which is vital as students currently need to travel to the Lower Mainland for such courses.
Instead of a food court, students will have access to local retailers along Goldstream Avenue.

“We didn’t want to compete with local businesses. We want the student body to support the local community,” Steenkamp explained.

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