Turks and Caicos: Shore Club Condo Resort Project Set to Launch

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - September 9, 2013

Above: the Shore Club

By the Caribbean Journal staff

An $80 million project is set to begin in the Turks and Caicos Islands at the end of this year.

The Shore Club luxury condominium resort project, is set to begin construction in late fall 2013. Its first phase will include 38 luxury condos and amenities with what the company said was a market value nearing $80 million.

The Hartling Group, which is developing the project, has reportedly sold 60 percent of the first phase.

The Shore Club will offer condominiums ranging from $1.3 million to $4.5 million, with private villas starting at $5.4 million.

DECCO, a construction management and services company based in the Cayman Islands, has formed a strategic partnership with Hartling to begin construction on the project.

“Having DECCO as a strategic partner is an immense sign of confidence in the Shore Club product and the Turks and Caicos Islands,” said Stan Hartling, CEO and founder of the Hartling Group. “We are thrilled to collaborate on this project with another organization that brings the same passion for construction excellence, intelligent design and customer service to every project.”

The Hartling Group’s previous projects include the Sands at Grace Bay and the Regent Palms development.

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