$1,300 / 1br - Grove Princess Apartments (2901 Virginia Street)

Grove Princess Apartments
2901 Virginia Street

About Grove Princess Apartments
Experience your new apartment at Grove Princess Apartments in Miami. The location in Miami's 33133 area is an ideal place to move. Make a visit to see the current floorplan options. The leasing staff is waiting to show you all that this community has in store. Stop by to talk about leasing your new apartment.

Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
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Small and Large Studios from $730
1 bedroom only $1300
2 bedroom only $ 1590 ( waiting list )

Located roughly two miles south of downtown Miami, Coconut Grove sits right next to U.S. Route 1, making it easy for residents to commute into the city. Several open spaces, including Peacock Park and David T. Kennedy Park, provide places to run, gather, or simply gaze out at the sparkling water. The shoreline is dotted with marinas and yacht clubs, and white-sand beaches allow for swimming, beachcombing, surfing, and fishing. For those with pets, the Coconut Grove Dog Park provides a terrific space for them to run. Grapeland Water Park hosts an annual Dog-a-Pool-Ooza, where dogs can visit the park on the last day of the season and swim.

Head down to the intersection of Grand Avenue and South Bayshore Drive for a variety of cuisine choices. Locals particularly enjoy Lulu restaurant in Commodore Plaza, where experienced chefs prepare delectable meals using organic vegetables, local free-range eggs, and other authentic ingredients.
Students welcomed.

Laundry on Premises
Private Parking
Security entrance
Air Conditioning

*Prices and Availability Subject to Change without notice.
Fair Housing Act
The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in all stages of the home buying process on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. In particular, housing advertising that indicates a discriminatory preference based on one of these factors is illegal. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") has published guidelines for those who advertise homes for sale. You can report housing discrimination to HUD in a number of ways, including via phone at show contact info or via web form. HUD provides a number of resources for consumers and professionals relating to fair housing. This is a good place to start: http://www.hud.gov/off ... ghts.cfm.

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