Three-storey buildings are hardly ever found in Barbados. All we can see is small houses, single-family homes, no matter if they are simple or opulent. Apartments designed to be used by professionals, temporary immigrants, atypical families, or middle-class workers simply do not exist.
But now a new shopping mall is working well, so the operating company decides to meet this urban need.
The mall is located on a very fragmented rural scheme consisting in a network of roads among small highways with a lot of traffic. At the back, halfway the slope in a terrain with no views, a kind of urbanization with terraced houses of three or four floors had already been planned.