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Commercial Lots For Sale In Lewisville, St. Elizabeth

Saturday, June 11, 2011

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Lot 5 – 9080.5 sq. ft – $1.1 million Lot 27 – 6425.0 sq. ft. – $1.4 million Lot 28 – 6433.5 sq. ft. – $1.4 million Terms of sale Lot will be sold after evaluation and approval of the proposed development plan The deposit, 30% of the sale price, is to be paid on […]

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Luana 3 – Starter Homes Priced At J$2.5M

Thursday, February 18, 2010

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Luana 3, a housing development that’s currently under construction in St. Elizabeth, has starter homes which are affordably priced at J$2.5 million. It’s undoubtedly a great investment opportunity; here are some additional details: Detached studios on 3000 sq. ft. lots Expansion plans provided Panoramic views Easy access to Brompton Main Road (which links Black River […]

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New Housing Development In Luana, St. Elizabeth

Saturday, July 18, 2009

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Ground will reportedly be broken next Friday (July 24) for a J$87-million housing development in Luana, St. Elizabeth. To be called Luana III, it will include 49 starter houses and eight serviced lots, and is centrally located – approximately five minutes from Brompton – along the Brompton to Savanna-la-Mar main road. It will be developed […]

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Luana Gardens Exhibition

Monday, May 4, 2009

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The Housing Agency of Jamaica (HAJ) Ltd. presents ‘Luana Gardens‘, an exhibition showcasing “exciting and modern town planning designs produced by professionals from Jamaica and the Caribbean. Come and get a glimpse of the future of St. Elizabeth.” Exhibition dates: May 4-8, 2009 Time: 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Location: The Atrium, HAJ Ltd., 13 […]

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Where To Live In St. Elizabeth?

Friday, November 7, 2008

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St. Elizabeth is Jamaica’s largest parish. It is located in the southwest of the island, in the county of Cornwall. Its capital, Black River, is located at the mouth of the ‘Black River’, Jamaica’s longest river. St. Elizabeth is quite diverse in terms of terrain and weather conditions. There’s the bauxite-rich soil in the interior […]

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