SPONSORED: Bungalower has been covering The Princeton at College Park (Facebook | Website) since plans were submitted to the City of Orlando back in 2014. So being able to tour the finished project was almost like meeting a pen pal or something else intangible but yet familiar – like a weight loss goal.
Located on that pie slice of land between Smith Street, Edgewater Drive, and Princeton, the new apartment community is smack dab in the middle of College Park’s retail strip, providing a sudden influx of nearby residents for local gastropubs, vintage shops, and boutiques just around the corner.
The development features one, two, and three-bedroom rental apartments with a variety of floorplans. Apartment features include shaker-style cabinetry with a choice of finish palettes, open kitchens with quartz countertops, designer tile backsplashes, wood-style plank flooring everywhere but the bedrooms, luxury bathrooms with tiled baths and showers, modern lighting, and private balconies.
The Princeton has a resort-style pool in the interior courtyard with a sun deck, outdoor bar with kitchen and grilling area, and more. Other features include a clubroom with game tables, big-screen televisions and an expansive bar for entertaining or events, a recreational fitness center with free weights, resistance and cardio machines, and on-site training programs and free workshops. The private parking garage has a series of murals by local artist Andrew Spear and is slated to have electric car charging stations installed.
Princeton’s one-bedroom apartments were snatched up quickly but the community still has two and three-bedrooms available, ranging in price from $2,000 to $3,285/month depending on the number of bathrooms and square footage.
Click HERE for a breakdown of each floorplan.
The Princeton at College Park is located at 646 W. Smith Street [GMap] and the main offices are open from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday if you’d like to stop by for a tour.