Major Projects on the North Coast include
- Privatization and US$200m redevelopment and expansion of Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, making the airport the most modern airport facility in the Caribbean. The new airport will accommodate 9 million visitors per year.
- Brand new Private Jet mini-terminal with dedicated customs and immigration.
- New ‘Northcoast Highway', linking the three major resort towns of Negril, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios in addition to island-wide road and highway improvements.
- Transformation of telecom sector and new nation-wide GSM digital cellular network.
- New submarine fibre-optic network linking Jamaica to North America and the rest of the world, enabling high speed internet and digital services.
- Expansion programs under way for energy, water and sewerage systems.
- Abundant natural water supply.
- Revival of local real estate industry with the introduction of the Palmyra Resort & Spa.
- Transformation of banking industry. Banking services such as financing and mortgage brokering are finally available to foreign investors wishing to purchase property.
- New Conference center in Montego Bay near Rose Hall Great House.
- Massive expansion in the tourism sector with an estimated 12.000 hotel rooms under construction along the northern ‘Gold Coast', increasing the total hotel room capacity to approximately 30.000 rooms by 2009, up from today's 17.000.
- New US$250m Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium on the north-coast with 25.000 seats.
- Along with the real estate boom comes the first Casino in Jamaica which will be near to the Palmyra Resort at Rose Hill Montego Bay.