Alta Developers Requests Adminisrative Site Plan Review For Second Phase Of Princeton Commons

Princeton Commons II. Credit: MSA Architects.

On February 14, Alta Princeton, LLC, an affiliate of Miami-based Alta Developers led by Felipe Onetto and Juan Ignacio Montes, applied for an Administrative Site Plan Review for Princeton Commons II, a planned residential community within the Princeton Community Urban Center District (PCUCD) in Miami-Dade County. The project, slated for a 10-acre site at 24441 Southwest 129th Avenue, is designed by MSA Architects, with David Plummer & Associates providing civil and traffic engineering expertise. Diversified Structural Design, Inc. oversees structural engineering, while Witkin Hults + Partners handles landscape design. Leiter, Perez & Associates, Inc. serves as the land surveyor. Positioned within the PCUCD’s Edge and Center sub-districts, this development aims to introduce a blend of residential offerings to an area currently characterized by undeveloped land and warehouse use.

Site Overview. Credit: MSA Architects.

The plan for Princeton Commons II entails the construction of seven residential buildings, ranging from three to seven stories, and providing a total of 226 units. This initiative is integral to a wider strategy aimed at enriching the residential landscape of the district, supported by 350 internalized surface parking spaces designed to meet the demands of both residents and visitors. The units in Princeton Commons II are set to vary in size, from 681 square feet for one-bedroom apartments to 951 square feet for two-bedroom options.

Princeton Commons I and II. Credit: MSA Architects.

In addition to housing, the project aims to bolster community amenities by introducing a clubhouse/mail building and a park, allocating 84,429 square feet for open spaces that prioritize public enjoyment and interaction. Adherence to PCUCD regulations is evident in the thoughtful incorporation of internal sidewalks and lighting designed to foster a welcoming and safe pedestrian environment.

Princeton Commons II. Credit: MSA Architects.

Princeton Commons II. Credit: MSA Architects.

While Princeton Commons II and the already-approved first phase of Princeton Commons, poised to commence construction soon and add 378 residential units, would operate independently, they are designed to be a cohesive development and complement each other.

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