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A ground-breaking integrated community set to rise in Grand Bay Dominica

By Caribbean News Global fav

ROSEAU, Dominica, (MMCE) – The government of Dominica is adamant about revolutionizing the country’s housing and urban development sector; hence, the continuation of housing initiatives across the nation.

The mission to provide a decent home for Dominican families aptly embodies a beacon of hope in developing sustainable and resilient housing communities funded by the CBI Programme.

Construction works are in full swing through key partners and stakeholders for several housing projects in Scotts Head, Eggleston and Canefield. Adding to the roster of the successful projects by MMC Development Ltd., will be the brand-new integrated community of Grand Bay Ville.

Grand Bay Ville Housing Development is a ground-breaking, contemporary, master-planned concept. More than 100 standalone houses, 29 empty plots for future construction, and
more than 10 houses for complete renovation and modernization will fill out the scenic surrounding of the development.

The vast majority of the housing units will have three bedrooms, two toilets and baths, a kitchen, a dining area, a living room, a laundry area, and a porch.

Beyond the beautifully crafted homes and picturesque view are major facilities and amenities such as a commercial square consisting of 22 shops, a gas station, a magistrate house, a regional fire station, a community centre, and a church. In addition, there will be sporting facilities such as basketball courts, recreational spaces, and pocket parks.

Furthermore, the community’s safety is ensured with the presence of the renovated and modernized police station providing 24/7 services to the public.

Like all other projects undertaken by MMC Development Ltd., the substructures and superstructures will follow the highest resiliency standards – reinforced concrete, shatter-proof windows, and underground utilities to combat adverse weather and natural disasters.

The 25-acre enclave will become a model community for the whole Caribbean region. The fully integrated community will be a model to emulate. Grand Bay Ville will provide homes to residents displaced by hurricane Maria.

Remarkably unique, a vibrant and holistic life awaits within the Grand Bay Ville community borders.



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