The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) the major urban development agency of the Government of Jamaica, is the owner of the proposed site in Montego Bay, St. James (Part of Success Estate now known as Northern Estates) and invites Expression of Interest (EOI) from prospective investors for the Acquisition and Development (in line with the local planning authority’s regulations) to facilitate a resort development.
Approximately twenty-one half acres (21.588) of idyllic rolling land situated in the beautiful Cardiff Hall Subdivision Lot 6 Pimento Drive, Runaway St. Ann.
The Land is close to the beach and an 18-hole championship golf course.
Located within walking distance of the North Coats finest hotels.
Ideal for resort/residential development.
To take advantage of this opportunity, submit your offer in a sealed envelope by Friday, December 8, 2017, marked.
The Legal Department
PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax and Advisory Services Limited (PwC), on behalf of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), invites interested investors with financial capability and business experience, to manage, operate and develop, the Fort Clarence Beach Park under a long-term concession agreement.
Fort Clarence Beach Park, St. Catherine, Jamaica
Considered the finest white sand beach on the south-east coast, the opportunity exists for development of eco-tourism and related attractions. Suggested potential developments for the area include:
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) the country’s leading sustainable urban development agency is a facilitator of investment in Jamaica. The UDC invites potential investors to buy into our vision, trust our land development expertise and peruse our portfolio of attractive investment opportunities.
The proposal will see the development of a 5 tower multi-storey mixed use residential complex on a 2.63ac parcel which now hosts a parking lot owned and operated by the UDC, small commercial entities and a security outpost for the JCF which at present has downsized its occupancy due to poor infrastructure and lack of amenities.
Development of a multi-storey car park with 792 parking spaces and 10,192 Sq. Ft. of retail shopping for UDC, Digicel and surrounding areas to be developed as a Private Public Partnership (PPP).
Since its inception in 2011, the development of the UDC's Northern parking lot entails the design and build of a multi-storey parking garage which will facilitate a parking capacity of 792 cars coupled with serviced commercial spaces. The development's aim is to satisfy the demand for additional parking spaces in and around the downtown Kingston Waterfront.