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Jamaica Begins Work on Large-Scale Beach Upgrade Project

 Above: Jamaica Tourism Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill on a tour of beaches in St Mary and St Ann By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s getting closer to finishing a major upgrade and enhancement of the country’s beaches. Work has already …

How Chile is Helping the Caribbean With a New Anti-Poverty Project

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A major new project is looking to put a significant dent in poverty in the Eastern Caribbean. The new multi-dimensional project was launched by five Organization of Eastern Caribbean States member states this week. The …

The Caribbean’s Big New Canal Project

 Above: Lake NIcaragua By George Nicholson and Rachael RobinsonOp-Ed Contributors On Dec. 22, 2014, the Government of Nicaragua and the international infrastructure development firm, Hong Kong Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Co. Ltd. (HKND), publicly announced the commencement of the construction …

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 Above: the Hamanasi Resort in Belize By the Caribbean Journal staff Belize’s Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort has completed its recent renovation project. The property’s updated Great House is slated for a grand opening on April 25. The boutique hotel …

 Above: the Ocean Terrace Inn in St Kitts By the Caribbean Journal staff The Ocean Terrace Inn in St Kitts has officially reopened its doors following a major renovation project. The 50-room property, which is the oldest boutique property in …

 Above: the new cruise pier (Photo: BVI Ports Authority) By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Virgin Islands’ cruise pier expansion project is near completion, officials said this week. The pier has now been widened to 60 feet and lengthened …

 Above: Jamaica (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A major road project in Jamaica is getting a big boost. Jamaica’s “Major Infrastructure Development Programme” has received a budget allocation of $28.9 million USD in the country’s most recent proposed …

 Above; a rendering of the Gran Palazzo project By the Caribbean Journal staff A $200 million condominium project has broken ground in Grand Cayman. The Gran Palazzo project, the brainchild of Caymanian developer Lewis Ebanks, is located on North Sound …

 Above: the Baoase resort in Curacao By the Caribbean Journal staff The Baoase Luxury Resort in Curaçao is expanding this year with a total of 10 new suites, the Curacao Tourism Board announced. The expansion project will be located in a …

 Above: a rendering of the project By the Caribbean Journal staff Another new condominium-hotel project has broken ground in fast-growing St Kitts. The T-Loft hotel and condo project at Pirate’s Nest in Frigate Bay has officially launched. The $40 million …

 Above: the Baha Mar in Nassau By the Caribbean Journal staff Nassau’s Baha Mar resort is targeting a March 27 opening date, according to the project’s Web site. The property announced the move with the debut of a new video …

 Above: Las Olas Residences in Aruba By the Caribbean Journal staff This is the newest condominium design in the Caribbean, courtesy of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Adache Group Architects. The eight-story Las Olas Residences will be located on the Caribbean island …

 Above: the project in St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff It was once set to become an expansive hotel and golf club. Now, it’s a long-stalled project on 500 acres in St Lucia. But they may change, as the …

 Above: Caye Chapel By the Caribbean Journal staff A major new resort project is coming to Belize’s island of Caye Chapel. The country’s government announced Tuesday evening that a leading Mexican luxury hotel development group had purchased the 265-acre island. …

 Above: Dominica (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Venezuela and Dominica are partnering on a link road project on the Caribbean island. The Petit Soufriere-Rosalie Link Road is now in its fifth phase, with the most challenging portion set …

 Above: Grand Anse Beach in Grenada (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The island of Grenada will soon be home to what the government is calling two “major” new hotel projects, Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell announced in the …

 Above: Tilapia By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad’s Ministry of Food Production has launched a new tilapia project. The Tilapia Floating Raft Cage Culture Project in Ste Madeline, South Trinidad at a cost of around $34,910 USD. According to Minister …

 Above: St Croix (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The long-awaited reconstruction of the Paul Joseph Stadium in St Croix is moving forward. US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh has signed a contract with General Engineering Corporation for …