The Port of Spain International Waterfront Centre - Completed
Soaring 300 feet into the air, the Port of Spain International Waterfront Centre, emerges as a beacon in the nation's capital and transforms the western shoreline into a majestic, modern coastal facility, featuring:
Two 26-storey office towers at 885,000 sq. ft. combined;
A 22-storey, 409,000 sq. ft., 428-room Hyatt Regency Hotel;
The largest conference centre in the English-speaking Caribbean at 55,000 sq. ft.;
A 7-storey car park with accommodation for 1200
An auditorium and performing arts theatre; and
- A well-landscaped park designed for relaxation and enjoyment of the vast views from the waterfront.
The International Waterfront Centre is already the new
home of the recently
refurbished Breakfast Shed,
one of Port of Spain's famous
"hot spots" for local cuisine.
The Port of Spain International Waterfront Centre, which was opened in 2008, is testament to the burgeoning development of our twin-island nation. With only two new major developments constructed in
downtown Port of Spain in the past 10 years, the International Waterfront Centre is the new hallmark of an ever-evolving Port of Spain - a city already established as a significant regional centre for trade, commerce and industry.
UDeCOTT is developing the structures that form part of the innovation for lasting
prosperity; the development plan of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago.