The César: A Proven Choice
Matalon Homes Managing Director Peter Matalon helps to say "welcome home" to residents of The César — the company's third project in collaboration with Proven Real Estate Investment Trust. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

Last Saturday, Proven Real Estate Investment Trust said "welcome home" to some of the residents of its third project in collaboration with Matalon Homes — The César. The Millsborough Avenue-located gated community comprises six villas and nine apartments. The two-and three-storey villas range between 4,465 and 5,581 square feet. The apartments, which are two or three bedrooms, are between 1,355 and 1,950 square feet, respectively.

A César resident opened their villa, described by the developers as "a sophisticated space that reflects the magical merging of inspiration and architecture", to host the elevated block party. The well-appointed community offers its residents safety, privacy, high property value, a strategically central location, and a sense of community.

Guests could not help but feel the pride that Proven Investments Limited Director Peter Bunting has for The César. The developers describe the gated community's six villas as sophisticated spaces that reflect the magical merging of inspiration and architecture. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
ColdWell Banker Jamaica Realty star agent Natalie Barakat-Johnson and her consultant husband, Gerard Johnson (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Cari-Med Limited Chairman Glen Christian (right) enjoys a stimulating conversation with Proven Investments Limited Director Peter Bunting. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Nakash Construction Equipment Limited CEO Christopher Nakash (left) shares the Social frame with Kelvin Kerr, managing partner, Davidson and Hanna Chartered Quantity Surveyors. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
ColdWell Banker Jamaica Realty Managing Director Andrew Issa (left) and Contraxx Enterprises Limited Managing Director Stephen Chung are in conversation. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Members of the Proven team collaborated to execute last Saturday's event. From left: Luwanna Williams, assistant vice-president of investment banking; Belinda Williams, group chief marketing officer; and Tricia Tucker, finance and compliance manager pose for a photo op. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
It is a perfect evening for enjoying cocktails and nibbles at The César block party. Public health and infectious disease consultant Dr Alicia Webster (left) and Guardsman Group General Manager Roxan Shirley share the frame. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Proven Group Chief Marketing Officer Belinda Williams is proud to represent the conceptualisers of The César. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Matalon Homes Managing Director Peter Matalon (third right) and his wife, Tina (third left), are flanked by (from left): Proven Real Estate Investment Trust Head of Business Development Ruth Ann Lacey; Contraxx Enterprises Limited Managing Director Stephen Chung; Delmarr Enterprises Limited CEO Winston Delmarr, and his wife, Beverly. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
There was lots to celebrate on Saturday evening for Proven Group Chief Marketing Officer Belinda Williams and ColdWell Banker Jamaica Realty Managing Director Andrew Issa. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
We reckon real estate is the topic of discussion for Proven Real Estate Investment Trust Head of Business Development Ruth Ann Lacey and Contraxx Enterprises Limited Managing Director Stephen Chung. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
From left: Cari-Med Limited Chairman Glen Christian, his daughter Althea Stewart, and the former managing director of Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) Scarlette Gillings (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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