You are here: Home > Langley > > 5443 Brydon Crescent > Field + Fort
Page Views: 1
Building & Condo information

Field + Fort

5443 Brydon Crescent

Langley, V3A 4A3

Marketers Website: Developers Website:

Contact Us®

Yes No

Welcome to our Strata Minutes section - these are private. In order to get access to these Strata Minutes you must get a password from us. Please call us at 604-671-7000 or Contact Us.

Receive more information about Building - Field + Fort

Yes No

Receive more information about
Field + Fort

Yes No

Field + Fort MLS® Listings

"Sorry there are no listings. Please click here to view listings"

Building Info

Field + Fort  - 5443 Brydon Crescent, Langley City, BC V3A 4A3. Field + Fort has a total of 115 units.  Modern Living. Convenient Location. A Great Lifestyle. Spacious designed 1, 2, and 3 bedroom modern condos boast beautiful finishes and a convenient location. Steps to major and future rapid transit routes and surrounded by over 24 parks and open areas exceeding 300 acres. With a confident West Coast Modern design, well-crafted interiors, and carefully considered floor plans, Field + Fort is a striking addition to Brydon Crescent.

At Field + Fort youre just minutes from dining and shopping at Willowbrook Shopping Centre. And for green space or playground Brydon Park and Linwood Park are steps away.



Sales Centre:
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Condos

Field + Fort Technical Info

Building Name Field + Fort
Address 5443 Brydon Crescent
City Langley
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 5
Units in Development: 115
Units in Strata:115
Sub Categories:Strata Condos
Year Built 2022
Developer Altos Properties Corp.
Strata Website
Management Colyvan Pacific Real Estat
Restrictions Details

Field + Fort Building & Common Area Photos

Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Rendering
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Bedroom
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Powder/Bathroom
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Kitchen
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Bathroom
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Closet/Bathroom
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Dining/Kitchen
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Kitchen
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Dining/Kitchen
Field + Ford - 5443 Brydon Crescent - Gym

Field + Fort Maps (Google, Google Street View, Bing Aerial View, Area Condos, Walk Score)

Google Street View
Google Map
Bing Areal View
Please click the image above to view respective full map. This will open in a new window.

Featured Properties

2057 CORNERSTONE D.. 3 Bed, 3 Bath,3632 Sqft.  $1,490,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
472 E 4TH STREET 3 Bed, 2 Bath,1318 Sqft.  $2,500,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
14147 24TH AVENUE 5 Bed, 6 Bath,4368 Sqft.  $5,700,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
506 1678 PULLMAN P.. 2 Bed, 2 Bath,1203 Sqft.  $1,999,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
1601 1005 BEACH AV.. 1 Bed, 1 Bath,716 Sqft.  $950,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty
808 1633 ONTARIO S.. 2 Bed, 2 Bath,1034 Sqft.  $1,290,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty
107 2028 W 11TH AV.. 2 Bed, 1 Bath,815 Sqft.  $970,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty
2302 1228 W HASTIN.. 2 Bed, 2 Bath,1256 Sqft.  $1,500,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty

Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Field + Fort - 5455 Brydon CRESCENT - EPP91751
  2. B The Wesley - 5475 Brydon CRES -
  3. C Creekside Estates - 5438 198TH STREET - BCS1314
  4. D Brydon Walk - 5454 198TH STREET - BCS2287
  5. E Brooklyn Wynd - 5488 198TH STREET - BCS1942
  6. F Creekside Villas - 5438 198 STREET - BCS1314
  7. G Brydon Park - 5351 200TH STREET - NWS66
  8. H Catherine Court - 19991 53A AVE - LMS00513
  9. I Madison Crossing - 19939 55A AVE - BCS3809
  10. J Madison Villas - 5516 198TH STREET - BCS3201
  11. K 11786 River Rd. - 11786 River ROAD - LMS790
  12. L The Terraces Two - 19790 55A AVE -
  13. M Bayside Court - 19953 55A AVE - LMS1894
  14. N Marquee - 19752 55A AVE - EPS1969
  15. O Briarwood - 5465 201ST STREET - LMS1344
  16. P Heritage Park - 5475 201ST STREET - LMS3214
  17. Q Canim Court - 5489 201 STREET - LMS724
  18. R Parkside Place - 20088 55A AVE - LMS1772
  19. S The Sonnet - 5430 201ST STREET - BCS2075
  20. T Garden Grove - 5360 201ST STREET - NWS2886
  21. U Blackberry Lane - 20125 55A AVE - LMS1257
  22. V Blackberry Lane - 2135 55A AVE - LMS1257
  23. W Michaud Mews - 5488 201A STREET - EPS1765
View All Buildings in Langley

April 2024 Market Insights REBGV

March 2024 Market Insights

January 2024 Market Insights

January 2024 Market Insights

December Market Insights

Housing market resilient in 2023, ends year in balanced territory

Real Estate Related News Articles(Sun and Province) Search News  

# Article Publish Date Source
1 Major civic project funding on the line as Burnaby saw $175M shortfall in developer money last year

The City of Burnaby took in $175 million less than expected in developer money last year – and that spells trouble for the future of the city’s major community amenity projects.

Burnaby expected to pocket almost $237.2 million from developers in 2023, but the city only took in about $62.2 million, almost three-quarters less than expected, according to the city’s annual municipal report.

The city took in $250.7 million in 2022.

Through its community benefit bonus program, the city funnels the developer money into its reserves dedicated to affordable housing and community amenities like recreation centres, cultural facilities and space for non-profit organizations.

Burnaby saw $175M Les in Revenues from Developers for CAC’s
2024/05/11 Western Investor
2 Vancouver council open to increasing slots, table games at existing casinos

Vancouver city council voted this week to allow for applications to increase the number of slot machines and tables at the city’s two casinos, on the condition they be accompanied by an assessment of their social and economic impacts.

The request to amend the city’s 2011 gambling moratorium was made by the B.C. Lottery Corp., which told council the city’s population has increased 22 per cent in the past decade and that the amendment is a first step to allow BCLC to look at ways of expanding its two existing facilities — the Parq casino in Yaletown and Hastings Racecourse in East Vancouver — rather than building more casinos.

The Parq Cascino in Yaletown is allowed to have 600 slot machines and 75 table games
2024/05/10 The Vancouver Sun
3 The city has contributed more than $172 million to non-market housing in the form of land

The City of Burnaby has a total of 1,040 non-market housing units, including rentals and co-ops, just built or in development on its land, according to a new city report, and there’s more on the way.

The city lands program for non-market housing, which was adopted in 2015, leases city-owned lands at a nominal rate to non-profit housing providers through a public request for proposals (RFP) process.

The city has contributed about $172.44 million as part of the program, including land, grants and on-and-off-site works, according to the report which accounts for 11 projects that recently completed or were in progress as of March 2024.

The assessed value of the land makes up more than $120 million of that $172-million total contribution for the 11 projects.

These are the non-market rental housing projects developed on Burnaby-owned land
2024/05/09 Western Investor
4 Household Financial Health and Housing Market Trends

According to the March 2024 Edge Report, current trends in debt service ratios and net worth may indicate areas of concern. The prevalence of static payment variable rate mortgages, household debt-to-GDP ratios, and Canada’s heavy reliance on real estate assets, may raise concerns about resilience.

In Q4 of 2023, debt servicing costs stayed stable, with the household debt service ratio holding steady at 15%. This ratio, which reflects the portion of disposable income allocated to debt repayment, remains significantly high, at levels not seen since 1990. A minor adjustment downwards from the previously reported peak of 15.2% in Q3 should be noted, however.

Consumer Health: Debt Service Ratios And Net Worth
2024/05/09 Canadian Real Estate Wealth
5 Canada’s New Housing Plan

The federal government’s new Housing Plan, announced on April 12, 2024 and supported by Budget 2024, introduced a provision aimed at helping renters build credit by integrating rent payments into credit histories. It proposes amendments to the Mortgage Charter, encouraging collaboration among fintech companies, credit bureaus, and lenders to include rental payment data in credit scores.

The government calls on these agencies to create an ecosystem where renters can choose to include their rental payment history in their credit scores. It also expects lenders to prioritize comprehensive credit information, including rental payment history, in credit evaluations whenever feasible.

Canada’s New Housing Plan: Linking Rental Payment History and Credit Scores
2024/05/08 Canadian Real Estate Wealth
More News