Norton & Associates Inc. Real Estate Investment Division Nortech Realty Adding $3 Billion in New Commercial Development Projects Using "Carbon Credits"

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Robert H. Norton, MBA, PE, President of Norton & Associates Inc with Divisions including Nortech Realty, Nortech Investment Group, Carbon Technology Management and Carbon Credit Today. The group's announcement includes the Funding and Development of International multi-million projects in Resort Hotels, USA Destination Entertainment, Harbor Resort, Retail, Indian Casino and Life Care Retirement communities using foreign investment with added value credits (carbon, conservation, environmental, energy).

Robert H. Norton, President of Norton & Associates Inc. a 30 year New York M&A, Private Equity Investment and P & L Management Development firm announces the Joint Venture development of an additional $3 Billion of multiple projects with DSDC Venture LLC and associated Design Engineering consultants.

Norton & Associates Inc provides Investment Management services that will re-engineer land use and add value with using carbon credit offsets, conservation, environmental, energy credits in addition to traditional tax and economic incentives. Many projects will utilize land recovery of former industrial waterfront and manufacturing areas in developing growth areas that encourage better economic uses. The group specializes in Carbon Technology Management, Design, Engineering and Development and provides programs that qualify for Carbon Offset Credits and "Climate Friendly Labeling". All projects are selected based on Environmental, Energy, Bio Technology, R & D evaluation programs that provide carbon conservation footprint management which reduce greenhouse gases. Program documentation will be based on United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNCCC) Kyoto agreements and members of the World Bank.

Nortech Realty Development a division of Norton & Associates Inc. also provides Foreign Commercial Real Estate Investment private funding for the "Climate Friendly" and carbon credit offset markets. Funding for commercial real estate land acquisitions, land banking and project design and development is private equity and foreign private investment. Projects selected will include "added value" using building green,sustainable, coastal adaption, conservation, renewable energy, fuel switching, recycle, transportation, waste and storm water management, and environmental remediation. The group with associates international engineering and design partners provides economic incentives for all types of projects and creates "climate friendly labels" for International end users.

The new projects have been identified to include added value to comply with the goals of the developing group. This includes USA Destination projects in key existing tourism markets including mid Atlantic location known as "Chinese Corner" that will provide International ECO Hotels for foreign visitors and providing International food cuisine, entertainment and a themed water venue. The project is a phased development over three years. The group also has a Harbor Resort Port project located at a major East Coast Cruise Ship port that will provide themed entertainment (similar to City Walk in Florida & Universal Studios), major sports and water sports.

Including economic incentives and environmental improvements our group is developing with an American Indian Florida tribe to develop an International Resort, Level II Gaming Casinos, Special international sporting events, International hotels and a themed water park. The project includes an existing private airport and a key location within 30 minutes of an International airport. We have worked in the past with two major Indian projects that are extremely successful and rewarding to the community.

Norton & Associates Inc. continues to provide Investment and Development P & L Management services for numerous US projects and provides Investment acquistion, development opportunity to Foreign investors including existing Carbon Credit investment partnerships.


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