105-11 1/2 Connolley Drive | JMD $29,960,000
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Unit#3, Sovereign Comm. Centre
9-11 Barbican Rd. Kingston 6,


Years (35 year max)

Address 105 11 1/2 Connolley Drive
AreaSt. Andrew
Sub AreaKingston 5
State/ProvinceSt. Andrew
PriceJMD $29,960,000
Property TypeBuilding and Land
Floor Space856 Square Feet
Lot Size0.00 Acres
MLS® #63725

The open layout of this 860sqft office space is filled with options to suit any professional office set up. Brand new, it boasts fine construction, adequate parking and convenient location of premises between the New Kingston and Downtown business districts. The property is on the first floor so it enjoys an above ground view even as far as the Kingston Harbour; viewed through the large windows, this space is conducive for healthy work productivity. The complex is suitable for professional offices. Call now to view the property


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Kamille, The REALTOR


Kamille commenced her real estate career in 2010 with Coldwell Banker. A civil and structural engineer by training, she incorporates her skills for the benefit of her clients. She does real estate sales, leases, both commercial and residential and offers engineering support services for upgrades, renovations and inspections. She also serves in the development process for engineering services with the benefit of the added skillset for the real estate demand specifications of buyers. 


Miss Kamille Jackson commenced her engineering career at the University of Technology, Jamaica, and is a Masters graduate of the Victorian University of Manchester, United Kingdom. She graduated in 2000.


She worked in the North Sea and West Africa as a Field Engineer in the Oilfield Service prior to returning to serve Jamaica in the industry of the built environment. She has worked on road rehabilitation projects, commercial, institutional, residential as well as tourism engineering and construction projects for both the private sector and the Government of Jamaica. She also gives back by contributing pro-bono engineering work for inner city and lower economic community projects.


Kamille Jackson served on the Council of the Jamaica Institution of Engineers from 2005 to 2008 where she was Vice President of Public Relations and Communications for the period 2007 to 2008.  She currently sits on the Sustainable Construction Panel of the Institution of Structural Engineers in the UK where she is a Chartered Engineer. Eng. Jackson served on the Professional Engineers Registration Board (PERB) from October 2012 until May 2018, where she served as Chair of the Communications Committee.


Kamille served as a part-time facilitator at the University of Technology, Jamaica in the Faculty of the Built Environment, Caribbean School of Architecture from 2010 to 2014, while practising Real Estate and Engineering. She held the position of Director of Projects at the Tourism Product Development Company from 2015 until June 2017. She currently serves as a member of the Bachelor of Engineering in the Civil Engineering Course of Study Advisory Committee for the University of Technology, Jamaica. She is currently working in the private sector as a Civil and Structural Engineering consultant as Director of Three:23 Projects Limited, and continues to work in Real Estate.

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Her passion is geared toward sustainable development for Jamaica especially in the context of the built and engineered environment. She enjoys art and fine photography, travelling, poetry and real estate. She is an author of a line of children’s books, the first of which was published in 2018, and is currently working on releasing her second book. She is a runner and a member of New Phase Club in Kingston, a member of the Jamaica Photography Society, the Georgian Society of Jamaica, and the Realtors Association of Jamaica together with the National Association of Realtors, and the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica. Her service to God is the basis for her work.



Kjaerebooks is the name under which Kamille shares her stories. The first story – “Has Anyone Seen Dara’s Smile” is geared toward the toddler in developing skills to switch emotions which will later in later lead to a pointed awareness and control management of emotions. The second story to be released is currently in production – and is geared toward an older child with an intention to evoke a sense of pride and respect for Afro-textured hair.

Please follow @kjaerebooks on Instagram.