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The commencement of initial work on the construction site of Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada
Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, has endorsed the start of the project and rapid progress of works on the new resort by the leading developer of citizenship by investment developer of projects in the Caribbean ‐ Range Developments: “The Government of Grenada fully supports and welcomes the work of Range Developments, who has an outstanding record of delivering the finest world class resorts in the Caribbean. This project will impact significantly on Grenada’s rural economy and it will also offer visitors a more unique experience, given its location outside of the traditional tourist belt.”
The Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada will be a 100‐ room, luxury resort, located on Grenada’s La Sagesse beach. The resort will be one of two resorts on one of the most coveted sites in the Caribbean.
Mr Mohammed Asaria, Managing Director and Board Member of Range Developments said: “We have achieved this important milestone in a record time: the agreement with the government has only been signed 10 months ago and, due to strenuous efforts of our team, we are proud to have completed the hotel design and commence construction within such a short timeframe. This timeline is unmatched from a standing start. We also feel privileged to be placing our resort on such prime land in Grenada and to be working with Six Senses, a brilliant combination. These are exciting times ahead, as we always strive to make
a difference in the communities we operate in. The Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada resort, similar to all of our developments, will create a halo effect across the country’s economy”.
Grenada has one of the strongest Citizenship‐by‐Investment programs in the world and is highly sought‐after by individuals looking for citizenship solutions. Upon investing USD 220,000 alongside with government fees, into a government‐approved Citizenship‐by‐Investment project such as Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada, an investor can enjoy multiple citizenship benefits including visa‐free travel to over 130 countries. Grenada is the only Caribbean Citizenship‐by‐Investment jurisdiction that enjoys USA E‐2 treaty. By making a substantial investment into setting up a business in the USA, citizens of Grenada can apply for a non‐immigrant E‐2 visa and live and work in the USA.
Official opening ceremony of the Dominica Kempinski Resort
The official opening ceremony of the Cabrits Resort & Spa, Kempinski in Dominica on November 2 has cemented Range Developments’ reputation as the leading developer of luxury hotels in the Eastern Caribbean. The hotel, set on the stunning Caribbean shores on the edge of a national park and near the town of Portsmouth, has already won widespread praise for the quality of its design and construction.
“The hottest Caribbean hotel opening of 2019 is here,” said the Caribbean Journal. “The Cabrits Resort and Spa Kempinski Dominica resort is a monumental new addition to an island that has always been one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean.”
Speaking to a distinguished group of politicians, including His Excellency Charles Savarin, president of Dominica, and The Right Honorable Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of Dominica, numerous high-level businesspeople and journalists, Mr. Mohammed Asaria, Managing Director of Range Developments, described the hotel’s development as transformative for Dominica’s tourism industry.
“This hotel marks the advent of a new stage in its development life cycle,” he said. “The possibilities for Dominicans to benefit from this hotel are endless – a multitude of small businesses have already been created. At least 40 local enterprises have been established, and this is what we all must be most proud of; the fact that we have provided opportunities for these individuals to flourish.”
“The economic outcome for the island has been nothing but positive, with a direct financial contribution of USD$40million from government fees. More than 400 local workers were employed at various stages of construction – with four million working hours completed without a major accident while building 250,000 square feet of 5-star built-up areas. More tourists will come to the island, and more than 150 jobs alone will be created at the hotel, with at least double that figure benefitting indirectly.”
“This hotel – Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski, Dominica is a lighthouse in the Caribbean’s CBI marketplace,” concluded Mr Asaria.
The spotlight for Range now switches to Grenada, specifically the Six Senses La Sagesse in Saint David’s Parish, an unspoiled area of remarkable natural beauty boasting ‘one of the top ten beaches in the Caribbean’ according to The Sunday Times.
Grenada’s CBI program is the only one in the Caribbean that offers visa-free access to China. It is also the only one that holds an E-2 Investor Visa treaty with the US, allowing citizens to be eligible to apply to the US for a non-immigrant visa.
Its appeal has been further enhanced by improvements to the country’s Citizenship-by-Investment unit, which is simplifying its processing procedures, and consolidating its position as one of the most sought after citizenship program in the Caribbean. According to a statement from the unit, the move to a two-step system will represent a ‘significant enhancement’ for the program.
The first step for potential investors is to produce key documents, including passport, marriage certificate, proof of funds, bank references, among others, which can be used for pre-screening candidates before final applications are lodged. While the formal processing does not begin until the application is fully completed and all fees paid, the aim is expected to cut down on unnecessary delays.
The unit has also moved to make the required documents more responsive to local customs, and less draconian on specific wordings. For example, confirmation of address need no longer be solely proven by a utility bill, but can also be confirmed by a letter from a landlord; a family book for Arab families can be used as a substitute for a marriage certificate.
These are just the latest enhancements to Grenada’s CBI program. The unit is also preparing to automate most of its work using application processing software.
Grenada: CBI-Developer Promises 500 Jobs During Construction, 300 Once Operational
Author: Christian Nesheim
Grenada: CBI-Developer Promises 500 Jobs During Construction, 300
The Six Senses, La Sagesse – Range Developments’ third hotel project in the Caribbean, broke ground in Grenada last Friday. The partly CBI-funded project is part of a larger master plan that “will feature two luxury 5-star hotels, oceanfront villas, spas, retail and watersports facilities,” said the developer in a press release yesterday.
Range Developments say the project will employ some 500 construction workers and support more than 300 permanent jobs once it’s up and running in 2022.
Range Formally Announces 4th CIP Development: Six Senses in Saint Kitts
Author: Christian Henrik Nesheim
Basseterre, ST KITTS & NEVIS – Range Developments, the developer of luxury hotel resorts in the Caribbean, is bringing the Six Senses brand to the island nation of St. Kitts & Nevis. Six Senses St. Kitts will be set on the site of a former sugar plantation with gentle hills rolling down to a long stretch of sandy beach fronting the Caribbean Sea. It is due to open in 2021. All the projected 70 pool villas and The Retreat will enjoy sea views and an unspoiled environment that gives the glorious feeling of being isolated from civilization and amid nature.
Overlooking the resort’s nature reserve, Six Senses St. Kitts will feature a menu of Six Senses specialty treatments as well as Caribbean healing traditions and rejuvenation journeys, Six Senses Integrative Wellness, detox, yoga and workshops. An Alchemy Bar will be a fascinating extension to spa personalization, first developed at Six Senses Spa Douro Valley in Portugal. There will be a dedicated pavilion for yoga and a fully-equipped gym in addition to a spa boutique which will offer products and exclusively developed for Six Senses.