Alton Central Park Opens for Leasing

Kolter Multifamily LLC, an affiliate of Delray Beach’s The Kolter Group, developed the luxury 318-unit apartment community.

The latest luxury apartment community from Kolter Multifamily LLCAlton Central Park, has started leasing its residences at a starting price of $1,900. The community at 11590 Roma Way in Port St. Lucie has been designed to cater to the unique needs of residents and offer various living options that ensure ease and comfort.

“We are excited to be a part of the rapid growth in Port St. Lucie,” Jeff Quinlivan says, president of Kolter Multifamily. “With the surging home prices and apartment rents in South Florida, many households are looking north for attainable rental properties. Port St. Lucie is quickly growing as a highly desirable location, drawing residents in as a more affordable option while still providing a great quality of life.”  

Alton Central Park is situated in the Central Park St. Lucie master-planned community, providing residents easy access to I-95 and Florida’s Turnpike through the nearby Crosstown Parkway. With its strategic location, residents can enjoy access to various regional economic resources, such as Keiser University, Florida Center for Biosciences, Torrey Pines, and the nearby Cleveland Clinic Tradition Hospital. Additionally, residents can take advantage of the numerous shopping and dining options offered by The Landing at Tradition and Tradition Town Center, which is close to the community.

The community boasts an impressive 318 units, each offering a variety of spacious one- to three-bedroom floorplans, with some featuring two-story townhomes. All residences at this pet-friendly property showcase modern, luxurious finishes and a sophisticated design aesthetic, including sleek stainless steel appliance packages, trendy quartz countertops, and handsome wood-style plank flooring. Additionally, each residence has full-size washers and dryers and ample walk-in closets, providing residents with convenience and storage space.

Residents of Alton Central Park can enjoy a myriad of high-touch and community-centric amenities that provide an elevated living experience. These amenities include a flex office space, a 24-hour fitness center, a yoga room, a private dining room equipped with a catering kitchen, a pickleball court, a resort-style pool, and a clubhouse boasting British West Indies-inspired architecture situated on an expansive lake, grilling stations, and two dog parks. With such enthralling amenities, residents are sure to feel right at home.

An affiliate of The Kolter Group, Kolter Multifamily is responsible for developing multifamily communities throughout the Southeast, including recent developments in The Alexander, Alton Serenoa, and Your Life™ Palm Beach Gardens.

Photo Credit: Kolter Multifamily

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