As Princeton continues to grow, council considered another development plan that is proposing to build over 500 homes near its current Eastridge subdivision.
A representative of the Garden Homes of Venice development went before council during the Monday, July 11, regular meeting. The action item was part of a development agreement that would incorporate the proposed subdivision, currently in Princeton’s extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ), into the city’s limits.
Garden Homes of Venice would have two access points, according to the concept plan, with one off of FM 75 and the other connecting to CR 466. The developer is East Melissa Company and Armani Homes; McDonald Architects helped present the development plan at the meeting.