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The Pinnacle is an Extensive and Rare New Lifestyle Estate for Jamaica.

Set securely beside the sea and the lagoon, embraced by an established marine reserve, it is an extensive collection of beautifully designed apartments and villas, with a range of exquisite amenities and services. With wellness and the joy of Jamaica at its heart, residents will benefit from its private club, spa, sports facilities, restaurants and shopping.

The Pinnacle, the natural address of Jamaica.

At The Pinnacle,
We are Committed
to Excellence.

We believe in Responsibility

Responsibility for our environment; responsibility to our community; and responsibility for the security and safety of our residents.

We believe in Excellence

Excellence of design and detail, in service and in the amenities and facilities we provide.

We believe in Pride

Pride in our community; pride in the quality of what we do and say; pride in the places we create.

We believe in Joy

That at the heart of a truly beautiful life is joy; and that perfection of place contributes to that joy.

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The Masterplan of The Pinnacle.

Embraced by the sea and encircled by mangroves and the marine reserve, The Pinnacle has been masterplanned to provide both apartments with extraordinary views and security that enable the perfect Caribbean Life.

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The Montego Bay Marine Reserve.

Surrounding the whole of Montego Bay, the marine reserve is some 15 acres of protected reef, mangrove islands, forests, seagrass beds and a multitude of amazing wildlife.

Gazing across the lagoon residents can watch a huge variety of birdlife. Often spotted flying across the water and exploring the mangroves are herons, sandpipers, egrets, terns, frigate birds and pelicans, many to nest each evening on Bird Island directly opposite The Pinnacle. Below the water can be found grouper, mutton snapper, red and yellowtail snapper, amongst many exquisite tropical species, many enjoying the protected seagrass and reefs that punctuate the reserve.

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