Alta launches sales of second phase of Doral development

The second phase’s 33 single-family homes are expected to be delivered in Q1 2021

Miami /
Aug.August 03, 2020 03:45 PM
Rendering of an interior living room and kitchen in a home at the Neovita gated community in Doral

Rendering of an interior living room and kitchen in a home at the Neovita gated community in Doral

UPDATED: Aug. 4, 2020, 11:40 a.m.: Alta Developers launched sales for the second phase of its Neovita Doral gated community.

The second phase, known as Vesta at Neovita Doral, at 6833 Northwest 103rd Place in Doral, will feature 33 single-family homes, which are expected to be delivered in the first quarter of 2021, according to a press release.

The Keyes Co. is handling sales. Carlos Villanueva and Elizabeth Santurio of Keyes are leading sales, and Carmen Colmenares is sales manager.

PPK & Associates is the architect.

Vesta at Neovita Doral and the first phase, called Neovita Doral, will have 80 single-family homes and townhouses surrounding four cul-de-sacs. Townhomes in the community start at about $410,500 for a three-bedroom, three-bath unit, to $460,500 for a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath unit, according to the release. Single-family residences start at $599,900, up to $800,000-plus.

Alta, led by principal and CEO Raimundo Onetto, said it has a few homes left for the completed phase I, Neovita Doral.

The company said buyer inquiries have come from the Northeast, California, Texas and Latin America. Local interest has come from Miami residents seeking more space and backyard with pools, according to a statement.

Alta’s other current projects include EON Flagler Village, Pacifica Boynton Beach and Quadro at the Miami Design District, which launched sales earlier this year.

Past projects include One Paraiso, Le Parc at Brickell, Quantum on the Bay and Metropolis at Dadeland.

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly said the second phase included townhomes rather than single-family homes.


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