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The Hampshire

Sunday, March 31, 2019

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I nterior design maven Eroleen Anderson-Powell took the Style Observer ( SO) on a tour of a one-bedroom unit at The Hampshire. The Guardian Life Limited-developed complex located at 9 Musgrave Avenue in the Golden Triangle was designed by architectural firm Michael Lake & Associates and constructed by Matalon Homes. Among the upscale apartment complex's amenities are a rooftop recreational area with a pool and gym; 24-hour security; a standby generator; and a back-up water supply system.

At the ground breaking on June 14, 2017, Prime Minister Andrew Holness noted: “Guardian Life's decision to make this major investment is a confirmation of confidence that Jamaica is making the right decisions as it moves along its path to growth.” Almost two years later, Guardian Life is making another major investment in real estate with The Cambridge — a 176-unit apartment complex kitty-corner to The Hampshire.

With the support of Appliance Traders Limited, Active Traders Limited, and Regency Blinds, Anderson-Powell expertly staged one of the units at the eco-friendly Hampshire complex. She demonstrated how to maximise space without sacrificing taste. SO takes a peek inside.

 

Want to be led on a virtual tour of the apartment by Anderson-Powell? Then check out The Hamspire video on Jamaica Observer's YouTube channel.


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