- Posted by Carlos Herrera
- On May 6, 2019
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CFH Groupwants to develop an apartment complex on farmland in the Princeton area of south Miami-Dade County.
County officials received the pre-application on March 19 for the Pointe at Princeton at 14251 S.W. 256th Street. Developers file pre-applications so they can receive feedback from county staff before submitting an official application.
The 12.3-acre site would have 340 apartments in nine buildings, 3,478 square feet of retail, and 555 parking spaces. Amenities would include a clubhouse, a pool, a dog park, and a tot lot.
The Pointe at Princeton would total 376,165 square feet with buildings for three and four stories.
The apartments would range from 615 to 1,092 square feet. There would be 105 one-bedroom units, 211 two-bedroom units, and 24 three-bedroom units.
TMC Naranja 66 Holdings, managed by Tom Cabrerizo, Maurice Cayon, and Carlos Herreraof CFH Group, own the property. Alberto Valencia, of Fenix Contractors, which represents the developers, didn’t respond to a request for comment.
The Pointe at Princeton was designed by Villa & Associates.
Its located just west of South Dixie Highway and the South Dade TransitWay, a dedicated bus lane slated for bus rapid transit.
There’s been a development boom in south Miami-Dade as people seek more affordable places to live. The South Florida Business Journalhas found over 9,200 units in the pipelinein Naranja, Princeton and Goulds.
The Pointe at Princeton would have 340 apartments at 14251 S.W. 256th Street in Miami-Dade County.