Belden Park

Belden Park:  the Hidden Gem

The Property

Belden Park was developed in four stages in the early 1990s for luxury condominium living.  Completed in 1994, the community contains 78 condominium units with 39 buildings, as well as significant roadways, 4 beautiful ponds and fountains, trees, shrubs and landscaping.  The homes share the same architectural style and include a blend of ranches and two story homes, all with cathedral ceilings, skylights and 2 car garages, many with walkout lower levels.  The developer created a ‘look and feel’ for the homes that is in direct contrast with the ‘cookie cutter’ appearance of many other developments. Most homes have views of one of the ponds and/or treed areas in this setting which also seems to attract abundant wildlife sightings including fish, frogs, deer, geese, ducks, and the occasional fox and hawk.

Belden Park Condo community is located in the heart of Jackson township, thus using the Jackson police, fire, and schools.  We are just minutes from Belden Village shopping & dining, KSU Stark/Stark State, theaters, the Strip & I77.  

Management and Board

The same professional management company, Grace Property Services, has been engaged since inception. Alex Jacobs, CFO, is the Association Manager who oversees the daily operations.  The Board of Directors meets at least 10 months each year and is actively engaged in making decisions collectively in areas such as:

  • Developing strategic direction
  • Formulating annual budgets
  • Prioritizing capital improvements
  • Establishing rules; and
  • Ensuring they are enforced in a fair and consistent manner

The all volunteer Board of Directors embarked on major capital improvement projects in 2013 to replace all the roofs and skylights, and resurface the roads. The timely and cost effective resolution of these major capital improvements, along with ongoing prudent management of financial resources, have resulted in a solid reserve position.  Belden Park is a fully funding association.


Belden Park has continuously attracted owners who take pride and appreciate living in a community that supports condo living.  It is a common practice for residents to wave ‘hello’ to each other as they pass by in their vehicles.  Dog owners enjoy exchanging pleasantries while their leashed pets greet their furry neighbors.  Owners genuinely care and watch out for each other.

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