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COLDWELL BANKER SPONSORS DOWNTOWN MURAL

 

Corporate Jamaica is doing its part in bringing art to downtown Kingston.

Coldwell Banker has sponsored the painting of a mural on a building at the corner of Water Lane and Rosemary Lane, transforming the wall into a colourful Caribbean Scene.

Six artists from Trench Town, Central Kingston, Nannyville and Havendale are working with Kingston Creative to paint the mural.

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