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Four Seasons back on market


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The beleaguered Four Seasons Hotel property is now owned by Government, and the Mia Amor Mottley administration is looking for an investor or buyer to get the financially plagued project off the ground.

Minister in the Ministry of Finance Ryan Straughn revealed this yesterday when he was a guest caller on Starcom Network’s Down To Brass Tacks radio call-in programme.

He was attempting to clear the air on what was new with the project.

“We have been trying to get the project revived, which we had been doing throughout 2019, and we were close to a solution in early 2020. We were anticipating to get the matter on track, but of course COVID-19 hit and circumstances changed with respect to the prospective investment,” he said. (BA/MB)

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