THE HOLLAND ESTATE STORY
Unlike any other Community to hit our housing landscape, Holland Estates is Jamaica’s first University Town. Focusing on comfort, security and a stimulating lifestyle this remarkable community offers the highest possible standards and excellent value for money.
This is more than just another housing development…It’s the highest expression of affordable living.
The community is perfectly located in one of the most spectacular parishes in Jamaica, Trelawny , with its preserved Georgian Architecture and diverse history has been scrupulously designed to be secure, economically friendly, socially equitable and economically vibrant.
In its conceptualisation and execution the 1200 housing community is unique because of the allocation for and the preservation of green spaces for an environmentally friendly surrounding to promote healthy living. These spaces include at least one park in each of the four phases, a sports facility and jogging trail. Holland Estates is the only development in Trelawny to include in its housing offerings duplex studios, two and three bedroom units.
The community will rest on 192 acres of beautiful coastal land within 30 minutes of Jamaica’s two major Tourism hubs, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios
Visual appeal and attention to every detail within the neighbourhood – from structures to streetscapes have all been thoughtfully designed, ensuring that homeowners and others are proud of their Holland Estates community.
True to the concept’s theme, the Holland Estates logo represents the most famous Holland tulip and the four phases have been named after three main Dutch cities and a Town. These are:
Phase 1: Amsterdam
Phase 2: Rotterdam
Phase 3: The Hague
Phase 4: Dordrecht
Key Features of Holland Estates Community:
- Kiddies park in each of the four phases
- Light Commercial Area
- Sports Complex & Sports Facility
- Jogging Trail
- Waste Water Treatment
- Social Services
- Space allocated for the construction of a Chapel with historic features
University of Technology (Western Campus)
- Georgian Style Architecture
- Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism
- Student Housing
- Central Park
A major feature of the park is the mural walls highlighting images of famous persons from Trelawny. This new concept introduces a fresh and unique perspective of a global lifestyle blended with the rich texture of the Jamaican tapestry and culture.