The names of at least two former residents of Park Hill will be etched in the walls of the proposed cultural and artistic hub at Bellevue.
Grace McDowall and Gladys Leonara Cupid will have this honour bestowed upon them posthumously.
This was declared by Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, the area representative for the constituency of North Central Windward.
Gonsalves made the announcement on Sunday, November 19 in Park Hill.
He was at the time speaking at the funeral service for Leonora Cupid at the International Pentecostal Assemblies Church at Park Hill.
He said the names of the two women will be placed above certain rooms in the cultural hub, to honour their legacy.
Mc Dowall, also known as Tanty Grace was buried last month, while Cupid who was known as Mama, was laid to rest on Sunday.
Both women were senior citizens in the Park Hill community and lived exemplary lives.
Government has already secured a loan of US$10 million to transform the an old banana boxing plant and arrowroot factory at Bellevue into a cultural hub.
The project will be funded by the Saudi Fund and will also include a recording studio, multimedia and agro-processing facilities, among other things.