The Caribbean Hotel Sustainability Awards 2022
To mark Earth Day, Caribbean Journal Invest is highlighting those at the forefront of the sustainability movement in Caribbean hospitality. From green energy to sustainable construction to a focus on community, this year’s winners are helping to set the standard for the way forward in Caribbean hospitality and development.
“This year’s Caribbean Hotel Sustainability Awards celebrate the people, hotels and projects that are a model for the sustainable future of the Caribbean,” said Alexander Britell, Editor-in-Chief of Caribbean Journal Invest. “From climate to natural resources, the Caribbean is at the epicenter of this century’s global challenges; that means the region can and should be a model to the world.”
Development of the Year: The Strand, Turks and Caicos
This new residential community on Cooper Jack Bay is set on 2,300 feet of shore frontage, with completion slated for 2025. The property is uniquely offering solar packages on all of its villas, thanks to a partnership with Turks and Caicos-based Renu Energy TCI. It’s a development by John Fair. With the continued surge in real estate investment in Turks, this could be an exemplar for the TCI going forward. It’s designed by a partnership between RAD Architecture, Inc. and Modus Operandi.