Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, British West Indies (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
The Hartling Group announced construction on the luxury Turks and Caicos resort The Shore Club will commence in January 2014, confirming renewed confidence in the islands’ development market.
The January start date makes The Shore Club the first of several major projects recently announced in Turks and Caicos to put shovels in the ground, and indicates investor faith in the country’s post-2008 economic recovery.
The US $80 million dollar first phase of the project is expected to create 200 jobs locally and generate some $8 million in government revenue from stamp duties.
Phase One of The Shore Club spans nine acres and 820 linear feet of beachfront on Long Bay Beach on the island of Providenciales. At more than 60% sold, it has generated significant interest from real estate investors and those seeking an offshore property ownership.
This is the third project for the award winning Hartling Group, which has been based in the Turks and Caicos Islands for over 15 years, employing around 400 people.
Partnering on Phase One of The Shore Club project is Cayman Islands based DECCO Ltd, a privately owned construction management and services company. DECCO is part of the Dart Enterprises organization, the owner of award winning Camana Bay, which recently commenced construction on the Kimpton’s first Caribbean hotel, on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman.
The Shore Club features the Hartling Group’s trademark commitment to design and construction excellence, and offers a compelling opportunity for ownership of a luxury home in the Caribbean. The low-density resort community will feature 38 two and three bedroom condos in two low-rise buildings, and six luxury villas. Prices start from $1.4 million for the condos and $5.8 million for the six bedroom villas.
The Hartling Group has been a pioneer in the Turks and Caicos resort development industry. It developed one of the first condo-resorts on Providenciales, the landmark The Sands Resort on Grace Bay. The Hartling Group then followed their tremendous success with The Sands Resort by developing the luxury Regent Palms, which is often recognized as the top spa resort in the Caribbean and a leading Turks and Caicos resort.
For more information visit http://www.theshoreclubtc.com.