The town of Warrens located in the parish of Saint Michael is one of the fastest developing areas in the country of Barbados. In the span of a few years beginning around the year 2000, the Warrens, Saint Michael area has become synonymous with new money flowing into the country and for the development in the form of newly constructed tall buildings.[1]

Upon the completion of two new towers in Warrens it is estimated that roughly 350,000 square feet (33,000 m2) of the island's 860,000 sq ft (80,000 m2). of A-Class office space will be located in Warrens.[2]

Traditional building-height restrictions in the central Bridgetown area,[3][4] and the perseverance of Barbados authorities in not allowing full-scale conversion of Bridgetown's many traditional buildings into tall iron and glass works[5] has led to many companies in Barbados choosing to locate in the Warrens area for their high-rise complexes.[6]

In 2010 the government stated that road works were being conducted to mitigate the traffic problems[7][8] in the area of Warrens.[9][10]

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