A new luxury real estate project is coming to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos late next year. The Strand Turks and Caicos, a private residential community on Provo’s Cooper Jack Bay, will feature a total of forty-six residences.
Owners will have access to a Beach and Tennis Club, along with a water’s edge restaurant and bar and a Club Boat, among other amenities.
The project is the product of a collaboration between Fair Capital LLC and Brue Baukol Capital Partners.
“We are creating a sense of place here at The Strand that will be an entirely new experience in Turks and Caicos – authentic to the destination while delivering that delicate balance between privacy and connectivity with the understanding that people seek both,” said John Fair, managing director of The Strand.
“The resort is being thoughtfully developed to take full advantage of the island’s natural panoramic beauty, while providing the detailed services and offerings that will set the stage for The Strand to become one of the most exclusive residential offerings in the Caribbean,” said Fair, who the developer behind the transformation of the Grace Bay Club into one of the Turks and Caico’s top resorts.
The Strand’s residences are being designed by RAD architecture, Modus Operandi and KEITH landscape architecture.
There will be four different real estate options: The Villas, turn-key, two-bedroom villas with their own private plunge pools; Luxury Residences, a mid of four and five-bedroom homes with guest houses; Grand Residences, six-bedroom, seven-bathroom homes (the largest on the property) with 14,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor living space, and six custom homesites, each starting at $3.5 million, each with a 100-foot yacht slip in the rear.
It’s the newest in the growing pipeline of luxury real estate developments in Turks and Caicos, from Grace Bay Resort’s Rock House to the Andaz Turks and Caicos residential resort to the new Ritz-Carlton project soon to debut on Grace Bay.