The Rhyne Park development will respond to the housing needs of low to middle income earners in St. James, and persons employed to the attractions and accommodations sector in Montego Bay.

“Today we break ground for 754 mixed units that will allow for a price point ranging from 7.9million dollars to 18million dollars, which is the best that I have heard of to date in the country. Rhyne Park will also become part of a bigger development in the area which already has over 2000 houses,” Minister Bartlett added.

In the next five years, more than 6000 rooms will be developed along the elegant corridor which will create a demand for more and more housing and create jobs and more jobs for the people of Montego Bay