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Construction is underway on a $25 million office complex set for western New Providence.
Ground was recently broken on the 68,000-square-foot commercial development, The Windsor Professional Centre, located on Windsor Field Road.
Sonya Alvino, the project's manager, told Guardian Business that the commercial development has been zoned for professionals like bankers, lawyers, engineers and architects.
"We have got our contractors in there right now preparing the site and putting in infrastructure and utilities. We're in the first phase of development with just three of the buildings. We are hoping to get cracking on those as site development is done," she noted.
Alvino estimates that $4 million will be injected into the project's first phase and it will take 18 months to complete.
"The first three buildings are 15,000 square feet and we are building 68,400 square feet overall. We will probably build three buildings at a time just as we are doing in this phase or as the market demands," she said.
The Windsor Professional Centre is located within five minutes of retailers, restaurants, Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport and many gated communities including Lyford Cay, Old Fort Bay and Albany.
"It is located in western New Providence, which is fast becoming the hub of commercial activity in Nassau. We're hoping to attract people looking for a second office outside of the city center or trying to escape the city center. We are seeing a lot of lawyers looking for a second location down by Lyford Cay and Old Fort. They are looking to service that type of exclusive neighborhood," Alvino shared.
The site will also feature upscale warehousing space.
Stefan Russel of the architectural firm CDS designed the multimillion-dollar project, while a professional landscape planning and design firm headed by Michael Myers was engaged to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. DHP Associates will manage the bidding process and the construction contract.
The Windsor Centre will consist of seven 5,000-square-foot buildings each comprised of two 2,500-square-foot units; two 7,500-square-foot buildings comprised of four units at 1,875 square feet and two 9,200-square- foot buildings each with multiple units at various sizes.
The 2,500-square-foot units will include customized design consultation for interior fit outs, hurricane-proof windows and doors, travertine floors, superior molding and base boards, luscious landscaping and attention to every detail.
Each unit will have or have access to a beautifully landscaped courtyard. A property owners association that offers 24-hour security and manages parking, landscaping and individualized generators for every unit will maintain the overall site.
"These units offer the professional community a quality product at an affordable price and an escape from the hustle and bustle of Nassau. They are also turnkey units to minimize the impact of relocating," according to Alvino.
A group of Bahamian entrepreneurs, including experts in planning and development, are the shareholders behind the new Windsor Professional Centre office complex.