Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Limegrove taking shape


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Senior officials of the Ministry of Tourism and the Barbados Tourism Authority (BTA) were updated on the progress of the swanky Limegrove Lifestyle Centre last Friday.
Developer Paul Altman of Altman Real Estate said the Holetown, St James facility would be a place where Barbadians and visitors could experience a variety of foods, entertainment and shopping options in a blend of contemporary and traditional architecture.
In this Sandy Pitt photo, from left, Altman, Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy, and BTA deputy chairman Austin Husbands view Holetown’s scenery from one of the buildings expected to be completed by December 15. (NB)


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