Business Social - August 14
Prime Minister Andrew Holness (second right) cuts a ribbon to officially open Pulse's 70-unit Lifestyle Village. He is joined by (from left) Hilary Phillips, Pulse director; Kingsley Cooper, chairman; and Pulse models Alicia Burke and Shantae Leslie Photos: Garfield Robinson

Pulse Investment Limited on August 10, 2022, broke ground to commence construction for its 30 standalone, low-density Pulse Homes housing development in Stony Hill, St Andrew.

The event, which saw a blended attendance at the historic Villa Ronai estate, was also attended by Prime Minister Andrew Holness who was the guest speaker.

Pulse, which has been on a mission to build out its real estate portfolio, also executed an official opening of its 70-unit Lifestyle Village comprising restaurants, office spaces, spa, gym and other residential apartments.

The small contingent of specially invited guest was treated to project updates from key management officials and also got a slight peak into the planned development expected to come on stream in 2024.

As guests to the proceedings, we hook you up with some of the happenings.

The exuberant Cole Cooper shares an high-five moment with Prime Minister Andrew Holness last Wednesday at Pulse's ground breaking and Lifestyle Village opening at Villa Ronai in St Andrew. Looking on is his father Kingsley Cooper, chairman of Pulse Investments Limited.
Pulse executives and Barita's Terise Kettle, vice-president of investment banking (right), captured in conversation with Prime Minister Andrew Holness (third right) following the ground-breaking exercise which officially marks the beginning of construction for the first phase of the 30 Pulse Homes development on August 10, 2022.
Pulse top models Alicia Burke (left), Shantae Leslie and Francine James pose for the camera during a ground breaking and Lifestyle Village opening event last Wednesday.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness (right) shares in a hearty laugh with Pulse's Chairman Kingsley Cooper (left) and Romae Gordon, managing director, during a recent visit to the beautiful Villa Ronai in St Andrew.
Construction Ready! Ground was offically broken on August 10 to commence construction of the 30-unit Pulse Homes project. Participating in the ceremonial activity are (from left) Kingsley Cooper, Romae Gordon, Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Safia Cooper, managing director of property and leisure at Pulse Investments Ltd.
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