Jamaica’s 44th Year of Independence to be Marked by Miami Tower

The Bank of America Tower at International Place in downtown Miami will illuminate in the colors of the Jamaican flag; black, green and gold in commemoration of Jamaica’s 44th Independence anniversary celebrations, starting on Friday August 4th at sunset.

This lighting is testament to the impact that Jamaicans are having in the “Sunshine State” of Florida which is home to tens of thousands if Jamaicans and their relatives. While South Florida is considered the fastest growing region of Jamaicans compared to any in the Diaspora, the Jamaican population makes up the largest foreign-born group in Broward County.

Built in 1987, the prestigious landmark Tower is located at International Place, 100 Southeast Second Street in downtown, Miami, and houses a wide range of modern office and communications infrastructure. The office building overlooks downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay and is widely recognized for its changing palette of exterior lighting schemes timed to coincide with holidays and significant occasions.

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