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New Customs House in St. Kitts nearly done

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The Customs House in the Marina Village in Christophe Harbour in St. Kitts is scheduled to be complete in September. When it opens, it will include customs and immigration, marina operations, a captain’s lounge, fitness center, and a real estate sales gallery.

Workers are busy with interior finishes, painting and trim work as well as installing flooring and tiling.

The exterior façade is also expected to be complete soon as the remaining balustrades, stonework, and custom ironwork are fit into place.

The flooring and Gazebo event space atop the retail shops are in place with the trim work also nearing completion. Hardscape work on the lower plaza and upper plaza continues in tandem with building construction.

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