Housing Trust Group proposes South Dade rentals

Miami /
Dec.December 04, 2016 11:00 AM

Miami-based Housing Trust Group (HTG) proposed construction of an apartment complex with 150 units in southern Miami-Dade County.

Matthew Rieger, chief executive officer of HTG, told the South Florida Business Journal that his company designed the project as an affordable rental development called Princeton Park.

Rieger also told the newspaper that HTG plans to start construction in the April-June period next year if county officials approve the company’s application to build the Princeton Park apartment complex.

HTG has a contract to buy vacant 8.5-acre site for the development at a proposed address of 13096 Southwest 248 Street in a South Dade neighborhood called Princeton.

Princeton Home Park LLC owns the land, located just south of a building at 24311 South Dixie Highway occupied by Goodwill Industries of South Florida.

Corwil Architects designed the HTG apartment development as a cluster of four buildings, each three stories tall, with two-bedroom and three-bedroom units. A pool, clubhouse and courtyard are among the shared amenities. [South Florida Business Journal] Mike Seemuth


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