Monday, April 22, 2024

Apes Hill $1b. work picking up


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THE PACE of construction at Barbados’ most expensive tourism/residential venture, Apes Hill Club, St James, is picking up. When completed, over $1 billion would have been pumped into the economy.

Project manager Donovan Bagwell told the SUNDAY SUN that 175 lots had been carved out and of them 145 had been sold.

With momentum returning to Europe and North America, increasing numbers of owners are beginning construction of villas, costing between US$5 and US$8 million.

“We have been very successful in selling lots on these sprawling 470 acres,” Bagwell said, “and the people who bought are starting development. We have four houses under construction and we expect to have 12 more started during the remainder of 2015.”

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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