Western Np Project Readies Open House

THE Venetian West, a 42-acre gated community in western New Providence, is set to host its first open house on December 7.
 The event will be held off off Windsor Field Road, in the area of Old Fort Bay Town Centre, just behind Solomon’s Fresh Market.

The gated community is currently under construction with a number of units to be completed by March 2014. It will be offering a variety of amenities, including 24-hour security, clubhouse, community pool and gym, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, an event lawn, playgrounds and walking trails.

Tim Rodland, an estate agent with Mario Carey Realty, said: “The developers, Quantas Investment Group, have filled a void that the market has been looking for. This is one of the few gated communities in New Providence that primarily caters to younger professionals with all of the amenities that other communities offer at an affordable price”.
 Ashley Brown, a fellow estate agent with Mario Carey Realty, added: “The location is perfect. With nearby gated communities such as Old Fort Bay and Lyford Cay, and the new Old Fort Bay Town Centre, The Venetian West is conveniently located for all of your shopping needs.

“This fast-growing area is within close proximity to the airport, gas stations, grocery store, and there are plans for Meridian, an all-age school, to start construction just behind the development in the near future. As a young professional myself, I must say that it is best investment on the market.”
 Venetian West offers four products; The Oasis, 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo in a four-unit or eight-unit building for $239,000. The Monaco is a three-bedroom, two bathroom condo for $269,000. The Mandalay is a three bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, two storey townhouse for $299,000, and the Riviera is a three bedroom, 2.5 bath, two storey townhouse with a garage for $349,000.

Phase one will consist of 211 units, and will be a mixture of these products.


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