This 532 acre parcel comprises 3,500' of flawless beachfront, providing a rare opportunity to invest in long term upside of dynamic island Development Plan consisting of deep water port, cruise ship port and deep water yacht basin. ~~ The Turks & Caicos Government has recently emphasized government's commitment to work with investors to develop the east coast of East Caicos as a deep water shipping port, cruise ship port and deep water yacht basin. While TCIG government is developing it's criteria for Requests for Proposals, consistent with their development study, it continues to attract strong interest in the proposed world class project by investors world - wide. As the western neighbor to the proposed development project, the subject parcel, which spans from the northern beach to the southern banks, represents a highly unique and timely opportunity to strategically control access to the rest of the island well before the proposed development plans are formally announced and underway. ~~ This "Crown Jewel" is one of only a few privately owned beachfront parcel on the magnificent and uninhabited island of East Caicos, Easily accessible via helicopter from Providenciales International Airport or by boat from Providenciales, South Caicos, with its international new airport under construction, or any neighboring island, this offering provides an investor with a premier freehold Caribbean opportunity with no annual carrying costs, and only one change in ownership in a century. This parcel offers a unique and secure long - term investment / development opportunity in a pro - growth tax haven at a great price. Click on the link below for a full brochure.
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